Faith B – You have been working extremely hard on your Maths work! Well done! Well done for writing a diary too.
Thomas – Wow, you have been busy! I enjoyed reading your exciting ‘Abandoned House’ story. Your Science video was very interesting and you have obviously learnt a lot. Lots of great Maths work and an excellent score on the grammar paper. I also enjoyed reading your Lockdown diary – I expect your Grandma and her puppy were equally excited to see you! Well done on your achievements representing Chelmsford Swimming Club – fantastic!
Edward – I have really enjoyed reading your story and your Lockdown diary – well done. I can see you are using a wide range of punctuation now, even colons! Lots of fantastic maths work, reading comprehension, PSHE and excellent grammar…well done Edward! Amazing effort!
Erin – I can see you have been busy with lots of great Maths work, as well as excellent grammar, computing, a lovely lockdown diary and very artistic outfit designs! Impressive variety of work Erin, well done!
Ellie – Well done Ellie, I can see you have been working very hard on your Maths work and using care to translate and draw shapes accurately. Excellent effort.
Hamsini – I can see you have been busy with Maths and Grammar work, Hamsini! Well done, a great effort.
We will no longer be posting daily blog tasks for you to work through as other year groups are. We are now going to be uploading all the resources you need for the week on one post on a Sunday evening so you can work through the resources during the week. Please continue to post the work images or videos you are completing on Seesaw alongside any other activities – we enjoy seeing/watching them!
We will also be doing Seesaw shout outs on a Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon instead of everyday.
We have attached the home learning pack along with all of the resources that you need for this week’s learning.
The numbers in the five times table are: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 …
I could shift these numbers up by 3 and they would become: 8, 13, 18, 23, 28 …
In this activity, the computer chooses a times table and shifts it. Can you work out the table and the shift each time?
Can you explain how you worked out the table and shift each time, and why your method will always work?
Levels 1 and 3 include tables up to 10. Levels 2 and 4 include tables up to 20. On levels 1 and 2, the numbers will always be the first five numbers in the times table. On levels 3 and 4, the numbers could be any five numbers from the shifted times table.
Task: Today you are going to create a storyboard describing the process of pollination and fertilisation. You can you the storyboard format below, or if you’d prefer to create your own, that’s fine too!
Here are some websites that might help you to further research the process of pollination and fertilisation.