This week in the Yr 6 bubble we used shading to draw our own symmetrical animal picture. Have a look at the examples from Yr 6 below. Why don't you have a go at drawing your own animal picture? Do remember to email in your own efforts.
Good morning 5AC
I hope you all had a good weekend. The home learning area has been updated for you to complete.
Well done to those who participated in guessing the height of the sunflower. The actual height measured 6ft 7 inches (approximately 201cm). Amazingly the flower has grown over 18cm in two weeks!
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I hope you have had a good week. I thought I would quickly show you the tallest sunflower in my Garden! I have 10 in total which I planted back in April. Who can guess how tall this one is? Answers will be revealed Monday (06.07.20).
I hope you had an enjoyable weekend. It looks like it won't be as hot this week.
A big well done to everyone who completed the Oak Academy work last week. New work has been added in the same area. Also, well done to Alfie who jumped the furthest in our sporting challenge last week.
Take a look at Titas and Dovydas performing the standing broad Jump. Titas' best jump was 157cm and Dovydas' was 141cm. Do let me know how you get on.
It is national sports week this week. At school (with 6AA) we have been trying some different sporting challenges. Why don't you give the standing broad jump a go! Click the link below to see how to perform a standing broad jump. Make note of your distance and see if you can beat it tomorrow. Send in your best distance to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will announce the winner next week.
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Hello 5AC Mr Chin here.
I hope you all has a good weekend and are looking forward to the lovely weather this week. Please make sure you complete the daily lessons (Oak academy) as this the minimum expectation. Please also remember to use TTrockstars too as this is an excellent times table resource. Activities have also been allocated on https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?e=-1&c=0 . If you run out of reading material do read the allocated book 'Oranges in no man's land'. This book is a gripping story of a ten-year-old girl who risks death to make a lifesaving dash through war-torn Beirut. I'm interested to hear your views on this book as I really enjoyed it!
I would love to see pictures of your learning so do email pictures and videos to email@example.com . I have loved seeing you all keeping busy at home!