Friday 3rd April
Good morning to you lovely lot it's Friyay!
Well that's the end of our second week of Home Learning and the end of the Spring term. I cannot wait to see some of the fabulous work you have been doing at home. Don't forget to look at your emails on Purple Mash, you will find them in Computing, it's called 2Email. Today I would like you to send me an email to let me know what you have learnt this week. There are quite a few of you who haven't sent me a message- I would love to hear from you. Don't forget you can email each other- but I have to approve them first, so it's probably not a good idea to ask someone to play a game as it won't get sent to them until I have seen it. Ask your friends questions or share some funny stories through your email accounts.
Let's do some work... don't forget Joe if you fancy jumping up and down, and listen to David Walliams for elevenses. If the sun is shining listen in the garden.
I have put an Arithmetic sheet at the bottom of the page for you, the answers are for your parents.
Watch the Home Learning video Lesson 5- Equivalent FDP. The link is below. Then complete the activity that follows the video.
Compete a book review on The Street Child. I know we haven't quite finished the book, it would be a good idea to read the final few chapters to yourself over Easter. Click on the link below for some ideas that will help you when you are writing.
Don't forget to ask an adult to test you on your spelling words.
Have a lovely day- don't forget to comment on our morning blog!
Remember to send me an email on 2Email to let me know what you have learnt this week.
Have a lovely Friday. Today we should break up for Easter, so I wish you all a happy and holy Easter. I will be back in touch with you for a brand new topic, new learning and more fun things to do on Monday 20th April. You will need a copy of The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman for the start of the summer term. I sent your parents an email with the information in it.
Love to you all for a Happy and Holy Easter, Mrs O'Neil