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Wednesday 25th March

Good Morning! 


We hope you are all keeping yourselves out of mischief and helping your parents at home particularly with your home learning. Thank you so much for sending us your work. It has been lovely to receive them as we really miss seeing your lovely faces.  


Start the morning with the Joe Wicks P.E lesson and get your heart beating!

Click on the link below.

Quick Maths Warm Up



Revision of Equivalent Fractions


Today you can revise how to find an equivalent fraction. An equivalent fraction is a type of fraction which seems to be different (not having the same numerator and denominator) but is equal in value




What equivalent fractions can you see on the fraction wall?

Now, get your maths CGP book and turn to pg 29 and have a go. You can also go into the Home Learning Resources and go to Fraction Lesson 1.  



When you have finished, and you want to do some more work, you can play the fraction game you made yesterday and go onto TTRockstars. Happy Maths learning! 

States of Matter


You can watch these videos to learn a little bit more about states of matter.





Now, your final task today is to carry out an experiment and you will need to do with an adult. 


You will need:

  • chocolate
  • butter
  • ice
  • candle wax
  • 4 bowls the same size (that fits on top of the bowl with the boiling water inside)
  • one bowl with boiling water inside
  • timer


  1. First, predict which you think will melt the quickest and slowest. Put them in order from the one that melts the slowest to the quickest.
  2. Next, measure out equal amounts of the chocolate, butter, ice and candle wax and place them in their bowls. Make sure they are kept cool!
  3. When you have completed this, boil some water and place it into the bowl. (You will need an adult to do this) 
  4. When you are ready, get the bowl with the ice inside and place it on top of the bowl with boiling water.
  5. Immediately, switch on the timer and time how long it takes to melt the ice.
  6. Repeat for the butter, chocolate and wax.
  7. Finally, look to see whether your prediction was correct and think about why this happened. 


Send us pictures of you carrying out the experiment and how you have recorded your results! GO Scientists!