Well done for all the amazing ideas you came up with to send a message using Morse Code.
Lego, pasta and video messages using torches to name but a few. Here is one sent by Riley for you to have a go at decoding.
Although I’m not sure I agree!!!
|List 1 (Year 4/Optional Year 5)||List 2 (Year 5)|
|Statutory Words – Random||Statutory Words – Random|
Don’t forget to check your 2DOs on Purple Mash for the Spelling Quiz.
In PE and Theme this week we have been using maps to find different locations and help us solve a range of different clues. So for this week’s homework I would like you to create a detailed map of where you live.
Think about the journey from your house to school.
- Can you create a map of this journey?
- Try to imagine that you are travelling along this route, picture in your mind all the things you see.
- Think about all the senses you experience – what do you hear, what colours you see, are there any strong smells at certain points? Do you go up or down any hills or turn any corners? How could you include these features in your map?
- You could include details such as the shops, the houses, hedges, trees, parks, road turnings, parked cars. Can you include features such as post boxes, bus stops, traffic lights, road markings.
If you want an extra challenge you could have a look at an Ordnance Survey map online. Can you find the key and what the symbols mean? Could you change your map to have the same symbols for features as the Ordnance Survey maps do?
Feeling creative instead?
- Make your own 3D map on a larger scale using a selection of materials
- or create your own miniature route from an ant’s point of view.