Welcome to Topic Tuesday!
Well done Sycamore class for some super work yesterday. It was great to see your entries for the VE day Baking Competition. Remember that if you would like to enter, there is still time. Just make sure you send your entry in today.
Well done also for some fabulous entries and writing to accompany the 'Hold Still' competition photographs. There are some lovely entries there. Again, if you haven't sent your entry to display in our very own class gallery, don't worry, send it in when you are able to.
Remember to try to spend a bit of time every day on these following activities:
For today’s topic Tuesday, I would like you to think carefully about writing a section for your leaflet all about the Broads which will explain how the Broads came to be.
Lots of you wondered what the Broads were.
So, on this website, there is information to read as well as a little video clip that you can watch which will explain.
Then into your book, write today's date and the title:
‘The History of the Broads’
Then write your own section, ready to add to your leaflet. Make sure that you add a few labeled illustrations to explain how the Broads came to be too.
Maths: Problem Time!
Today you will find that I have put 3 different levels of word problems for you to have a go at. Decide for yourself what level of challenge you feel ready for: 1 star, 2 star, 3 star.
Then, open up the document, write the date and title neatly into your maths book. Make sure that you read the word problem carefully. Have your homemade clock nearby to help you if you need it. Record your answers neatly in your book.
I’m sure you’ll all surprise yourself with how well you’ll be able to do this!
Topic: The Broads
Please visit: https://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/news/photo-gallery
Or perhaps you have some images of Norfolk Wherries in your own home?
Today I would like you to be creative and either have a go at making your own model of a Norfolk Wherry!
Can you make a model Norfolk Wherry which will float?
Or perhaps you might like to do some art work such as a sketch or a painting of a Wherry.
Can you explain to a family member what a Wherry is, and some of their key features?
I look forward to seeing your models and art work of Wherries J
Have a great day!
For tomorrow’s Wellbeing Wednesday task, it would be great if you could find a glass jar that you can recycle, some glitter, or sequins if you would like to have a go at making something.