Well done to all of the children who have already taken up the Stonehenge challenge. I am loving seeing all the different ways you are approaching this task.
|List 1 (Year 4/Optional Year 5)||List 2 (Year 5)|
|Endings which sound like|
ʃɘn spelt – ssion
|Words ending in able|
Over the next couple of weeks, we will be writing our own legend stories based on ‘The Mermaid of Zennor’ book. I would like you to think about what other mythical creatures we could come across in the mysterious Cornish seas.
A mermaid has the upper half of a human, but the bottom half of a fish. What will your creature look like? Give it two contrasting parts. It could be the top half of a seagull with the bottom part of an octopus.
If you want, you could create a flipbook of ideas to create different creatures.
We have been continuing our work on multiplication, focusing on developing our mathematical vocabulary to help in our explanations.
This week I have set you a few tasks on Purple Mash to support your understanding of multiples. Look at the description and start at Challenge 1 as they get more difficult. Choose the challenge that is right for you.
I have also added the Math’s Starters for this week below.