Good morning children. It's almost the end of the week. I hope you have managed to do most of your home learning from our class blogs. I am looking forward to seeing you for our book swap from 2pm-3pm today.
Thank you Maddie for sharing. I like your sentences where you have used good description for different items, you used verbs and adjectives. Well done on the maths challenges, looks like you are very confident using weighing scale to read and compare mass of different objects. Fantastic home learning Maddie!
Thank you Amelia for your lovely work. You wrote great sentences using verbs and adverbs to add more detail. Super proud of your maths work, you have used your thinking skills to understand and solve them. All of them are tickled pink but just double check your answer for how heavy dad's suitcase is compared to Sophie's. You are very close. Great job Amelia.
We will read chapter 4 today. George is almost finished finding all the ingredients for his medicine but he had another idea before cooking up the marvellous medicine. Find the meaning of these words once you have finished reading;
wheeze, meadow, hoarse, crumpled, contained, staggered, severe.
George has added all he could into the saucepan and he is ready for the cook up. Here is a list of things that he has in the gigantic saucepan so far.
golden gloss hair shampoo
dandruff cure Shampoo
animal pills of all sorts
The next chapter is the cook up. Look at the picture below. Write some descriptions around the picture about what's happening? Can you use words to describe the smoke? How dose it smell? When George is heating it up, what happens to the ingredients inside it? Do they bubble, do they froth? How does George react when he inhales the strong smell?
strong powerful smell, swirling smoke, fiery smoke, sizzling fume, splashing liquid, fiery foam
Can you think of any other words to describe what is happening?
What do you think this equipment is used for? Have you seen it anywhere?
Have you ever been in a room where you felt really really hot, and you start huffing and puffing and say,
'It is so hot in here'
But how can you measure how hot the room actually is? Can you put a number on it?
Today we are going to find out about measuring temperatures. What does the word 'temperature' mean? Can you write a definition?
Your challenge is to find out the daily temperature in London for the next 5 days. You can watch the news or use the internet to find the weather forecast to do this. I want you to create a table and write the temperature for each day. What do you think is the unit for measuring temperature? Is it going to be cm, ml, kg? Find out what is the symbol on the right is called.
In Y1 you learnt about Florence Nightingale. Do you remember why she was famous for?
This is Mary Seacole. Read the slides below to find out more information about her life and why she is remembered today.
Before you go through the slides, I want you to come up with some questions about what you want to find out about her.
Using the information above to make a fact file about the life of Mary Seacole.