This week’s spellings:
|ancient science species efficient deficient glacier scientists sufficient emergencies inefficient achieve mischievous|
Read the diary entries written by the captain. Any words you are unsure of, ask an adult or google them. Then answer the reading questions (remember you don’t need to print them out). The answers are at the bottom of the sheet so make sure you check!
Using the image below, complete a setting description.
Remember to use fronted adverbials, brackets, commas, dashes and challenge yourself to use : and ;
Miss Cope has made a video showing you how to write an effective setting description.
This week we are looking at algebra. Today we are going to use shapes to solve calculations. Have a look at the video which explains how we can use the value of shapes to find missing values.
Foundation – German
Today you are going to look at Anne Frank in German. Both activities are on the word document and the description of the tasks are below.
- Match up the English phrase to the German phrase by drawing lines OR write the matching pair of numbers.
- The first one has been done for you. 2 <-> 14
- Using your research from last week’s English, have a go at matching up the correct date
Challenge: Miep Gies was one of the people who helped Anne and her family while they were in hiding. Find out about Miep Gies and produce a fact file. This link will help: https://www.annefrank.org/en/anne-frank/main-characters/miep-gies/