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Monday 29th June

Mr Coggins message to you !

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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.  https://play.numbots.com/#/account/search-school

 

WHITE ROSE MATHS: 

 

This week we are going to revise Mass in grams, week 10, Lesson 1 is:

Measure Measuring Mass in grams  

 

https://vimeo.com/432483400

 

Today you will need your work book , pencil and if you have a kitchen scale or a balancing scale get it out ready to use.

Now Complete the worksheet.

 

 At the bottom of the page I have attached the worksheet.

 

2. VIRTUAL SPORTS EVENT:

 

Event 1 – Sprint – cone to cone – 30 secs –

 

https://youtu.be/mS-pj1Y9bfc

 

Distance – 3 x Height – Heel-to-toe measure and multiply by 3

Place a cone/marker at each end.

Start at one end and on “Go” start to sprint to the opposite cone/marker – count ONLY when you REACH the opposite marker from where you started not every cone/marker. Reaching means your foot breaks the line where the cone/marker is placed. On the final sprint when time is running out you may run past the cone/marker to get that point.

At the end of the 30 secs – write down the score for opposite cone/marker REACHED. Not nearly touched.

 

3.  The Daily Three Art and Design:

 

We are going to start this week by looking SHELLS.  Do you know what the purpose of the shell is?  It is very important! 

Today we are looking at snail shells.  Every type of snail shell is slightly different but all snail shells create a spiral.

Have a look at these:

Most snails quite small up to about 5cm – a bit like these:

 

There are lots of different colours too:

 

BUT THEN there is the Giant African Land Snail (we used to have one in Year 2 a couple of years ago) which grow to the size of an adult hand!

 

I would like you have a look around your garden under pots or under leaves in the flower beds and even in the hedge to see if you can find a few garden snails.  BUT I only would like you to draw the shells can you see how many different snail shells either from our web page or the garden you can draw on one page – and then have a go at shading them showing how they can look different just by turning them around or over!

 

 

 

 

Virtual Sport Event Score sheet, Measure mass in grams

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