Good morning everybody! Hope you had a good day of learning yesterday!
Firstly, a message about the year 6 book swap. You will receive a text from Joan about coming into school to change your reading books. I have some new books ready for you to read. Year 6 book swap will be taking place on Thursday 1pm until 3pm. I look forward to seeing you then!
Before I share some of the great work handed in, let me tell you about the new assembly blog on the website! Click this link find out more!
We also have a Spanish blog and a Music one too! Check them out and let us know what you think?
Take a look at this work sent in by Noa! I really enjoyed reading her letter and think you should too!I like the photos she has taken and shared with us!
Also, Sara has sent in some great Science work and a picture of her yummy cookie dough! Making my mouth water Sara! Great poster too... take a look...
If you are having trouble organising your day or just need some guidance with learning at home, check out Emily's ELSA blog! She has created a great timetable for you.
Here's the link: https://www.virginia.towerhamlets.sch.uk/elsa-blog
Let's crack on with today's learning. So Thespina is now with the Scorpidon, lets see what happens next...
Well done on creating your line graphs. Here is one created by Aman. Keep them coming in! Don't forget to add titles and use a ruler! Today's maths is our last lesson on line graphs! Look at the graph below and answer the questions reading and interpreting the graph.
Here is a quick number problem for those of you wanting a challenge. Which statement do you agree with and why? Do you have an alternative way to solve the problem below?
For science let's continue with the human body. How did you get on with your pulse rate experiment? Did you notice your pulse rate changing? Lets now think about your lungs. Why are they important? How does oxygen get round your body into your lungs? Watch the video below and take some notes.
If you're feeling scientific why not try and build your own lung capacity tester. Watch the video below for the all the equipment you will need and how to make it work. You will need an adult to help you. Send in any pictures or videos of you making and using them! I look forward to seeing your experiment!
Finally take a look at this ancient map of Greece. How many different myths and legends can you spot? Find a modern map pf Greece and compare the two. What do you notice? Which myths and legends took place in which modern location? This will come in useful in the next few days when we continue with our topic on Ancient Greeks.
Have a great day of learning! Thank you to all the children who have been sending work in, you are doing a great job! I look forward to seeing your learning throughout the day!
Have a terrific Tuesday!
Salma and Clare!