GOOD MORNING FROM ME!
Happy Wednesday Year 5!
We've reached what is commonly known as 'Hump Day' (or the middle of the week). The snow hasn't disappeared as much as I would've liked so let's hope we get some warmer weather over the next few days.
Today, you're going to continue working through the Maths Unit of Volume, look at the Michael Morpurgo book 'Private Peaceful' and then continue exploring Prehistoric Britain by exploring the animals that lived during this time. Make sure you do the task I have set for this History lesson rather than the work within the lesson as this shows what you've really learned.
Have a great day!
ANSWERS FROM TUESDAY'S WORK
Please read from page 15 for this lesson.
Example sentences that I will use in the test on Friday
1. The car was stationary on the road.
2. I went to the stationery cupboard to get some pens.
3. The burglar wanted to steal someone's possessions.
4. The railing is made from steel.
5. I was very wary of the person walking behind me.
6. Joseph felt very weary after walking the long journery from Bethlehem to Egypt.
7. Who's that person standing over there?
8. The shepherd, whose job was to watch over the sheep, fell asleep on the grass.
9. Stitch Head's fate was sealed when Freakfinder spotted him in the corner.
10. The Eiffel Tower is a remarkable feat of engineering.