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Making Memories

Thursday

Maths

 

The Question is the answer! 

 

If you have a dice, roll it six times and write the numbers down. If you don't have one just make up a 6 digit number e.g. 345231. This number is the answer to a subtraction or addition sum. All you have to do is make up the question that gives this answer. Easy ? Try it. Write 2 addition and 2 subtraction calculations.

 

For example:

466455 - 121224 = 345231

 

  • Make this easier by reducing the number of digits in the target number. 
  • Make it more challenging by including a decimal point.

 

Send some examples to Mrs Jones using Iamlearning.

Writing task:

Create a fact file about a significant/famous person of interest.

You may choose:

  • famous author
  • athlete
  • popstar
  • local hero such as a doctor, nurse or teacher.

Include:

  • birthplace
  • what they’re most famous for
  • significant events/achievements
  • any other interesting facts.

Here are some templates that you can use to present your information.

Reading:

Click on the image below and choose a person, who interests you, from the list. 

Record 10 facts that you have discovered about them.

 

 

Spelling:

Click on the image below and then click on 'Spelling Tiles'. These activities focus on words ending in: -able, -ible, -ably and –ibly

 

PSHE:

Discuss with someone in your house, a person who is significant to you all. This could be a famous person who has inspired you all or someone who has made a positive impact on your everyday life. Discuss the attributes that this person has - why are they inspiring?

 

Draw a picture of the person who is significant to you and write a few sentences underneath it explaining why this person is inspiring.

 

Please ask a parent or guardian to take a photograph of your work, post it to twitter and tag us @LyndonGreenJnr.

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