Please do practise your spellings during the week and make sure that you test yourself on a Friday. Thank-you to those people who have sent me their scores in. If you haven't yet, it's not too late!
Here is the link to Spellzone where there are some games to help you to learn the words with an -ous suffix.
L.O. To make a prediction
Listen to the remainder of Chapter 2 - The Open Road. You can watch the video below which has a few pictures with it. (If you don't want to hear the part I read for you last week, start at 8 minutes 50 seconds). If you would prefer to hear an abridged version (a bit more simple), follow the link to Bernard Cribbins version (at 3:00 from where we were up to).
After you have listened, you can fill in the summary sheet for chapter 2. Can you write what happens in chapter 2 in just a few sentences? There is a summary of chapter 1 done for you so you get the idea. Look after the sheet because we will write a summary of each chapter as we read it.
Finally, can you predict what will happen next? You can use the sheet below if you would like or create your own.
L.O. To use a formal written method of division
Today, we are going to learn how to divide using a formal written method. We will put all the learning from last week into this lesson where we will learn how to show it in a much neater way.
I will do a live lesson at 10:45 which I hope you will be able to join me for. The details are on my blog. If you can't make it, there is a powerpoint and extra YouTube videos which may help.
We'll keep doing this all week so don't worry if it seems a bit tricky at first. Your parents will hopefully be able to help you as this is probably the way that they learnt when they were at school!
The team from PAS, who usually provide our after school sports club, have been busy making videos to help you to keep fit. Each day, they will post 2 videos: one is a 5 minutes fitness video and the other is a skills video. Here are the first 2, but check back each day for a new set! I've put the link to their YouTube channel below.
L.O. To learn Spanish vocabulary
Follow the link below to learn some Spanish vocabulary. Choose the correct level for you. Most of you will be working at beginner level, but a few might want to try the intermediate level. Then, you can choose a topic that you are interested in. Let me know through email or the blog which topic you chose. We will use this site each week, so keep a note of what you have done so that you choose different topics each week.