Thursday’s learning 21/5/2020

P.E. – Daily workout with Joe Wicks!

Maths – Click on the following link and have a go at Lesson 4 and week 5– Fractions greater than one: 


Also, remember to have a go at practising your times tables!

English – Creative Writing:

Have a go at one or more of the following activities:

Question time!

What do you think has happened to their nest?

What is the mother possum thinking?

Which of the baby possums has the best seat and why?

Possums have incredible senses. Which of our senses do you think we use the most?

Sick sentences!

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help? Could you add an adjective or an adverb or improve the verbs used?

The possum had eyes and fur. She went up the branch carrying her young.

Perfect picture!

Think about where the perfect place for a possum to build a nest might be, then draw or describe it.

Story starter!

She gritted her teeth and began the climb. With her vulnerable young perched precariously on her back as she ascended the branch, the extra weight caused her paws to tremble, and her sensitive whiskers to twitch at the strain. Now that their nest had gone, and storm clouds gathering overhead, she was desperate to find a new location to begin building again. It was their only chance…

Can you continue the story of the possums as they strive to find a new home?

Alternatively, you could do further research on possums and produce a non-chronological report about them?

Computing – creating a presentation:

We are going to have a go at creating a presentation about the digestive system. Have a look at this information about what you need to remember:

Using Microsoft PowerPoint or Keynote, create a presentation about the digestive system and share with members of your household. If you do not have access to PowerPoint or Keynote, there are other apps that are similar or you could use the template below and hand-write each slide instead:

Make sure you post your learning from today on Seesaw!

Miss Jennings and Miss Mullinger

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