Good morning all, 

I’d like to start by sharing my first thought of the day with you – I wonder how many others (of the 1.4 million people who took part) have woken up with slightly achy legs today following Joe Wicks’ P.E. lesson yesterday?!

Maths tasks for the day is more rounding decimals! Today I have put together some challenge questions for you to discuss with family members at home. Click on the word Maths the word document:   Maths 

Keep practising your times tables as much as possible, chalks in the garden are a brilliant way to practice, especially when the sun is out 🙂 

For Literacy today, please write your own relative clauses about mythical beasts. Look back at the relative clause videos from the last two days to remind yourself of what a relative clause should include and where the punctuation is needed. If you have not yet started your mythical beast research, you could write a sentence about a Minotaur, a Griffin, a Fairy and a Merman. I have uploaded the 5/6 words list below, please include as many words as possible. Year-5-or-6-Spellings-Whole-Year-Tick-Box

I hope you are all finding time to read at home and record your comments into your contact book. It is important to make times in the day to do this – when you do it will need to fit with your family.

To support our next History topic, please log on to Discovery Education Espresso, go to KS2, History, Anglo Saxons, Factfiles. Here you can read the information about each area of Anglo-Saxon history. You could record your favourite fact from each fact file into your contact book. 

I hope you have another fab day, I’ll be working out with you all (and Joe Wicks) again at 9 am. 

Keep uploading your learning – everything I have received so far has been just brilliant.

Miss Shopland