Remember to send in your work to firstname.lastname@example.org You can copy this address straight into your email and attach any photos or documents of your work! Thank you to all the children who have been doing this regularly! Special mentions to: Noa, Quinell, Aman, Zhraa, Kalid, Sara and Aqilah! Keep it up!
Let's crack on with your learning! We have nearly finished Thespina and the Scorpidon! It's getting very tense now! Will she defeat the Scorpidon? Or will she meet the same fate as everyone who has tried to slay him? Let's read on and find out! Send in your answers or write them on purple mash for us all to discuss!
Thank you for all your line graphs that you have been sending in Let's spend a few days doing some problem solving before we move onto a new topic. Have a go at these two number problems. The numbers represent a digits. Think about trying different numbers to help you. Is there a way to solve this systematically using a method? I found these problems on the maths mastery twitter page! Good luck! I can't wait to see your answers and how you solved them!
Shall we continue learning about the Ancient Greeks? What did you think of the map? See you if you can find a place called Mount Olympus? ... Found it? What important event do you think happened on Mount Olympus? Of course... the Olympics! Watch the video below and see if you can answer these questions. You can present your answers in any way you wish: poster, video diary, fact page, story board. I look forward to seeing your answers!
1. What year did the first olympic games take place?
2. Why did the Ancient Greeks begin the games?
3. Whats different sports did they take part during the Ancient Greek times?
4. How are the sports different today compared to the original games in Ancient Greece?
5. How did the athletes compete? Could all citizens of Greece compete?
6. Why did the games stop in Ancient Greece?
7. What year did the games start up again?
8. Is there anything else that is interesting about the Ancient Greek Olympic games?
Every Wednesday check out the Spanish blog created by Ruth! It would be great to see what you have learnt!
And don't forget Emily's Elsa blog too-on the school website and on purple mash!
Thats it for today! I hope you enjoy your learning! Remember to send in your work or upload to purple mash! I look forward to seeing how you have got on!
Have a great day!
Salma and Clare :)