Thursday 4th March 2021
World Book Day 2021
Good morning Year 5 and 6. Today is World Book Day! The day's activities will be based around this, so please make sure to upload your day's learning via Class Dojo.
This week's spelling words have focused on word's that include: ible, able, ough and silent letters. We would like you to go on a scavenger hunt for these spellings in your reading book! Using any text at home, we would like to hunt down any words that contain the same suffixes/letter strings that we are currently focusing on. Make a list of them in your book, including showing them being used in the sentence presented in the text.
Today we need to cement our understanding of area. Work through the Oak Academy lesson which will focus on calculating the area of rectangles in square metres and find missing lengths given the area.
Today for overlearning I would like you to work on your time skills. We have a digital clock in class, and many of you have a digit watch or smart phone to help you tell the time. This will show me what you know about reading an analogue clock!
World Book Day Activities
Click the link below to be provided with a choice of 25 World Book Day activities. We would like to you to select a minimum of four activities from this list to complete. Make sure to upload evidence of yourself completing each activity to Dojo.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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