How are you all today?
Don't forget tomorrow is the Year 6 book swap 1-3pm!
Thank you for all your wonderful learning! I really enjoyed reading your work about Theseus and the Minotaur. Here are some great pieces to share with you from Noa, Zach, Kareem, Kalid, Aman and Aqilah. I like the way they build suspense!
Also... take a look at Zach's maths work! Good idea to draw it out first! Well done!
Thanks to Aqilah for her work on the Ancient Greek Gods!
Here is some more great writing by Aman and Kalid!
Let's begin our learning!
I hope you have enjoyed the work on Theseus and the Minotaur? The Ancient Greeks enjoyed performing plays and entertaining their citizens. Imagine what Theseus and the Minotaur would be like as a play? Read the following play extract from the BBC school radio website: http://teach.files.bbci.co.uk/schoolradio/theseus_minotaur.pdf
I really like how this play uses humour through the Greek God Hermes (who is also the narrator).
Your task is to carry on writing the play! Write the next part about Theseus leaving the labyrinth and letting the people of Crete know that Minotaur has been defeated! You can use humour through the character Hermes too!
* Character name on the left
*Dialogue on the right
*No need for inverted commas
*Stage directions can be in brackets
I look forward to reading them!
Well done on your work about Translating shapes! We will continue with some problem solving for the rest of this week. Take a look at the problem below:
Good luck! I look forward to seeing your answers! We can discuss them on purple mash!
Who wants to do something creative today? Take a look at these great labyrinths created for Theseus and the Minotaur!
Can you create your own labyrinth using materials at home? You can make them 3D or 2D! You could also try this step by step guide in creating a labyrinth similar to the one in the story. Remember to send in your work!