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?
Your spellings this week are tricky words that don't follow a pattern and have silent letters. Can you identify the tricky letters in each word before you practise spelling them? Use the strategies below to help you practice them. On Friday you will be tested on them.
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Today’s aim: plan a persuasive speech. You are trying to persuade a person or a company that your rover is the best. You want it to be chosen to be the next one sent into space.
First, watch the videos below. The first is an example of a persuasive speech. The next three introduce the planning process for a persuasive speech.
If you cannot watch the videos, there is information about persuasive speech below.
Then, complete the task. You can use the sheet below to help you.
Have a go at the times table activity below before you start your maths learning.
Today’s aim: recognise tenths and hundredths as fractions and decimals.
First, watch the videos below to remind you what tenths and hundredths are. Use this information to help you with the work.
Then, complete the two tasks. Choose the tasks based on how well you understood the video and how confident you feel.
Read Chapter 2 of Jazz Harper: Space Explorer.
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.