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Tuesday 30th June

Try singing this Sea Shells tongue twister!!

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.




We are looking at measure. 


Week 10, Lesson 2, here is the link:


Measuring mass in kilograms


Today you will need your work book, pencil and a scale (if you have one).  Do you know how many grams there are in a kilogram?

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




Event 2 – Long distance run – cone – to cone – 3 mins


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 run 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. Remember this a long distance run so you might want to begin by jogging and keeping a good pace. The idea is to do this without stopping. You can go as fast/slow as you like but you want to keep moving.

At the end of the 3 minutes – write down your score for opposite cone/marker REACHED.


3.  The Daily Three Art and Design:


Listen to this story:  What lives in a Shell?


Today we are looking at sea shells and just like snails the shells have been a home to a range of sea creatures.

Have a look at these:


Sea shells vary from tiny shells that are not even 1 cm in diameter to large sea shells up to 10 cms and more.

I would like to you even look at a shell at home or use one of these pictures to draw a large shell the size of a page in your book. 

Look carefully at the ridges, lines, shape and patterns. 


Each shell is special and unique just like you are too!





I would love to see all your pictures on Class Dojo !