Good morning everyone. Hope you had a good day of home learning yesterday. It was so nice to speaking to most of you on the phone. Some of you have promised me that you are coming to our book swap. So I am looking forward to seeing this Thursday from 2-3pm. Come along and remember to bring in your yellow homework books if it's finished.
Thank you Mohammed for sharing your amazing home learning. I am so pleased to see you working hard. Lovely presentation of your work. I like your healthy plate, it is full of nutritious food and your mind map of how we can keep ourselves healthy is brilliant. Great job with reading scales in millilitres when measuring capacity. You have used your number bonds to make 100ml in different ways. Fantastic effort Mohammed!
Thank you Maddie for sharing your work. I love the way you have presented your work. Great illustration of George and I like your thought bubbles, they are very interesting. Shampoo in her drink! Haha! That would make her burp bubbles don't you think? That would be a funny sight for sure. Well done for using the online dictionary to find the meaning of the words.
Thank you Yamin for showing us your maths learning from home. I can see that you are enjoying the measuring unit. How many litres are in 2500ml? Use the fact below to help you.
1000ml = 1l
Thank you Hayat for sharing your smoothie pictures. I like the colour of the smoothie it looks yummy. I would try to use spinach next time in my smoothie because it gives that lovely green colour. I would have liked to see your full recipe.
Do you have a pet? What is the hardest thing about having a pet? How would you feel if your pet fell ill? Read this story about Allie Kay's pet, Moebus.
Read these two pages from chapter 3. Today, I want you to think about all the different items you can find in your house. Ask your adults for permission and have a look at them closely. Write a sentence to show how they look? Do you open them by twisting and turning or pushing or pulling, squeezing or shaking? What noise do they make when you use it? How do they look when you pour it onto something? Use adjectives to describe and verbs for actions?
The perfume bottle hissed as I pressed down on the metal cap. When it sprayed, it filled the room with an enchanting smell.
Can you come up with some exciting sentences of your own about the items below?
What is happening in the picture? Why are they doing it? Why is there a number showing at the bottom? What do you think this equipment is called?
Today, we are going to us the standard unit for measuring mass. If you were baking a cake and the recipe read that you need 100 (grams) g of flour, how would you measure 100g?
When we talk about mass we use the metric unit grams (g) and kilograms (kg). We use a measuring scale to measure mass. Have a go at the challenges below.
What do you think humans including animals need to stay alive?
Draw a picture of yourself and around it write and label all the things you need to stay alive.
Watch this video now add all the things you need to stay healthy.