20th March

Hello to all of you who are now learning from home. I miss you already, but I know that your families will be taking good care of you – and keen to make sure you carry on stretching your brains with lots of learning!

Daily tasks – Sumdog Maths Challenge (30 minutes) , reading and log on to and explore Zumos.

Go to Oxford Owl https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/please-log-in?open_loginbox=true and use the following login details to access a whole range of ebooks username: hmpsks1 password: hmpsks1

Maths Challenge: Can you copy and complete these number sequences in your home learning book?

This is a number line to 100 to help you

1.) 22 ____ 24 25 ____ 27 28 ____

2) 35 ____ 37 38 _____ 39 _____

3) 57 58 ____ 60 ____ 62 63

4) ____ 80 81 ____ 83 ____ _____

5) 74 73 ____ 71 ____ ____ ____

Philosophy Challenge

In our class book ‘Giraffes Can’t Dance’ Gerald learns to dance to a different tune. Our P4C question is – What would it be like if everybody was the same? Can you think of something positive and something negative? Try leaving a comment on the blog so we can hear your opinion.

Art Challenge: Try drawing a wild animal from the story. You could use one of these guides to help you.

10 thoughts on “20th March

  1. That is very true Jovani! Also wouldn’t it be boring to always meet people who were the same as you?

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  2. Hello I spoke with you this morning about being unable to see the class blog. I can now access it without any issues.

    It looks very helpful

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  3. Hello

    I spoke to you this morning about being unable to see the blog but I can now access it without any issues.

    It looks very helpful

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  4. Hello.
    I spoke to you this morning about not being able to see the blog but can now access it without any problems.

    It looks very helpful

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  5. If everyone was the same we cant tell the difference who is who. If everyone was the same it would be boring too. Everyone has to be different so we know who and what they are.
    Muhammad

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