Work out who the imposters are from the maths questions below. Solve the questions to check which answers are correct. Can you write the correct answers for the imposters questions?
Get someone to test you on the words below. How many do you get correct? Practice the ones that you did not get right.
The words this week are:
accident actually although believe bicycle business
caught centre century certain circle decide
Today’s aim: write an explanation text.
First, watch the video below, which reminds you of how a rover works.
If you cannot watch the video, there is an image of a rover with labels of the features below.
Then, write an explanation text about your rover.
Times Table Grid
Have a go at the times table grid below before you start your maths learning. Remember, you have 10 minutes to answer the questions.
Today's lesson is learning about cube numbers. Watch the video below to help you. Can you explain to someone else what a cube number is once you have finished watching it?
There are two tasks for you to complete. Choose a reasoning task based on how well you understood the first activity. Mild is the easiest and hot is the hardest.
Complete the task below. What would you take in your suitcase to Mars?
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Joe Wicks is doing live PE sessions on his YouTube channel. Can you challenge yourself to complete his lesson? The link to the videos is below.