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Friday 3rd July

Here are two lovely pictures that you might like to colour in today!!

1.The Daily Three – Maths


Mental Maths - NUMBOTS: 

Keep going at playing Numbots and see if you can move up another level this week.

Remember to have your user name and password ready.  It is in home school pack and in the cover of your blue Home School book.


What is CAPACITY - BBC Bitesize

Watch this link:

Now have a go at:

Please play the capacity game – Ordering Coconuts, there are different levels up to 1000ml:

I am sure you will have fun with these.




Event 5 – Target throw – no time limit –


Distance – 2 x height – Heel to toe total x 2

Measure out the distance and place markers at each end. Choose and end you are throwing from and place an empty upturned cup or small target object at the end of 1 x height (you may need to heel-to-toe check this). Place another target object at the very end of the marker so 2 x height. Place a third target marker in between the ones you have already placed so 1 and a half of your height. These are your markers you will be trying to hit – ensure they are in a straight line.

Start from the end you chose to throw from, and you have 3 attempts with your throwing object. You can roll or throw. The target only needs to be touched – not knocked over (if it is knocked over stand it back up). If you touch the closest target – 1pt, second target – 2pts, third target – 3pts. If you only have one ball, then collect each time and then throw.

Write down your score after three shots at the target. Remember you get three SCORED attempts and unlimited practices. Do not confuse the two. A scored attempt is whatever you got; you cannot opt out halfway through.


3.  The Daily Three - Art and Design:


Today it would be great if you could draw around your shells (if you have some) or draw and arrange them to make a beautiful shell picture.  Use your imagination. 






Here are some examples of shell pictures!

If you would like to name the shells you come across use this sheet to name them.