Remember that it is half term next week so there will be less work on the blogs but still engage with us on PM if you wish.
For those celebrating EID this weekend - I wish you a wonderful time with your family.
Be safe, Be happy, Be YOU!
Message from Clare:
Hi Year 6,
I am so proud of all the work you have been doing - I’m really getting into my reading now I finally have time! Eid Mubarak and hope to see you all soon. Take care.
Today I want you to have some fun by growing your brain with the 24 game :)
There is an example of how you do it above..
You need to try to make 24 using all four digits on each card by using any operation! This may test your patience but stick with it and see if you can do it. Send in your answers!
Literacy (Mental Health Awareness Week)
First of all I would like you to watch this short video!
'The bridge is too narrow for the animals to pass...but what can they do?'
Answer the following questions
1. What is the moral of this story?
2. Design a slogan which could be used with this video.
Some of you will be celebrating Eid ul-Fitr this weekend. Eid ul- Fitr is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.
Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fitr means "to break the fast" (and can also mean "nature", from the word "fitrah").
Eid is celebrated all over the world!
Make Eid cards for your friends and family! You can create them on purple mash or on paper at home! Don't forget to send them into us!