This week's topic is the famous ship, the Titanic. What do you already know about this tragic ship. You are asked to do some research and turn the information into a 'true or false' activity. There is also some writing about the passengers boarding. This reminds me of the writing we did about a busy Victorian shop. you can write a postcard as if you were sailing on the Titanic and then you are asked to create a quiz. This topic continues next week so it might be a good idea to do a bit of extra research into what happened. Make sure an adult is there if you use the internet so they can check that the websites you are using are appropriate.
This week's maths is a bit of a challenge because it covers a topic we didn't get chance to look at in class. It is teaching you to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers. It sounds difficult but all you do is use the basic skills we had already learned in class with fractions. You will need to find equivalent fractions and convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions. Download the video links page first. (Don't worry that it says 18th May - just ignore that.) Watch the videos as many times as you need to then have a go at the worksheets. The answers are there to check your work.
This week's project has ideas for activities linked to food.
Here are some lovely ideas for R.E. thinking about Pentecost. This is an important celebration for Christians and some people call it the 'birthday of the church'. It remembers the time when Jesus' promise to send us a Helper came true and the Holy Spirit was given to the disciples and us.