Thank you to all of you who have done your work yesterday.
I have marked your Maths work. Take a look and see which questions might need to be corrected and which ones you got correct.
All of the worksheets you need for the activities will be set in Assignments on Microsoft Teams.
You need to complete all tasks before handing in your work.
Don't forget to use the 'hand in' function when you have finished your work. Also look out for feedback when I return your work.
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Have a go at the 5 in 5 and then watch the video so that you are ready for todays Maths lesson, but watch it carefully, you might miss something important.
Then go back into OneNote and complete the worksheet.
For your 10 in 10 write down all of the squared numbers between 0 and 150.
We are learning about sentence structure today, including clauses.
Take a look at the video below and have a go with some examples throughout the video in your Home Learning book.
Now have a go at writing a description of Newstead Primary School. You might find it helpful to picture the school in your head and use what you learned from the video in the description.
Some of you might write a paragraph, some of you might write more than one, but try to practise using compound sentences and coordinating conjunctions as well. (Can you see, I have used it as well!)
Have a go at sketching the school from an image in your head.
You don't have to do the whole school, you might only do a view from one side, or you might only include a particular feature. (I've used a compound sentence again!)
Have a go at creating your own rhythm. If you have GarageBand or an app that you can create your own music, why not have a go. You might even like to record your screen and share the recording in the OneNote or in 'Work that I'm Proud' section.
I look forward to seeing some of your compositions.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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