We hope you have had a lovely break and have been enjoying the sunshine. We really miss seeing your lovely, gorgeous faces and we are looking forward to seeing all your wonderful work this week.
Do the tasks you can and we understand that you will need to do what is best for you and your family. You can complete the tasks we've given to you on the day or do lots of the tasks on the same day. There is no expectation of how much you need to complete, just do your best.
Remember that throughout the week you can also keep up with spelling shed, TTRockstars and mathletics.
If we have any additional challenges or any exciting extras, we will send you a class text. Have fun, stay safe and keep smiling.
Reading Comprehension Task
This morning we would like you listen to Chapter 3 of the Iron Man.
Before you listen, think about where we left the story. Where was the Iron Man? What had just happened to him?
(Hogarth has just lured him into the trap and was feeling extremely guilty for what he had done)
Make sure you understand what has happened in the story before you start answering today's questions.
You might want to listen to it again and draw a comic strip of events to help you or you may want to jot down any words you heard that you didn't know the meaning to. It would then be useful to find these words in a dictionary or using an online children's dictionary like we use in class.
Once you have understood what has happened in the chapter, answer the following question.
We will be using this Chapter tomorrow to create a piece of writing.
Can you remember what each VIPER stands for?
CHALLENGE: Can you label each question with the correct VIPER? For example, question 5 would be a 'R' retrieval question because you have to 'find and copy'.
Click on the link. Choose Level 4, Rounding and up to 999 to nearest 10.
You are going to plan and prepare for an experiment to investigate the effect of the shape of ice on the rate it will melt. You will need to gather different sized containers to make the ice and use the planning sheet to set out your criteria.
Questions you need to think about:
You will need to obtain measured results, such as by recording how many minutes each block takes to melt or by leaving them for the same amount of time and measuring the amount of melted water or the changes in mass.
Once you have planned the experiment you will need to: get your containers, fill them with water and place them in the freezer.
You can carry out this experiment tomorrow.