In literacy we have been looking at explanations and in our science we have been finding out about different forces!
Find out how a roller-coaster works and tell me about it below.
How does it move? What would happen if it went downhill? Can you explain what forces would be acting upon it in this picture?
Can you challenge yourself and tell me what the missing numbers are in the calculation below? Explain the reasons for your answer.
How could you find out the missing numbers?
In outdoor learning today we challenged ourselves to create a game using a piece of wood and other natural resources found in the garden!
I loved some of the very creative ideas you came up with! Can you tell me about your game? What is it made of? How did you create it?
I was so impressed with Year 5 this afternoon- it was the first time I have had the pleasure to listen to their guitar session with Mr Marshall.
I have had a little lesson myself from Jason- who explain some of the different strings and chords to me.
Can anyone remember which song we learnt today? What type of rhythm it had?
Tell me something about the game you have just been using.
Were the instructions useful? Why? Why not?
Were you successful? How does it feel to win? Is it important to always win a game?
Look on our writing challenges tab to answer our writing challenge for November in no more than 25 words.
‘What qualities make a good friend?’
I think it is important to be honest, kind and considerate in order to be a good friend.
Our new topic this half term is Games and Rides! This week we have been looking at instructions for different games.
We even invented our very own board game!
Write the instructions for your game below. Think about your grammar and punctuation choices. Why are your instructions effective?