Use these links to help you find out why William Shakespeare is so famous:
Keep up the good work revising!
This week, please complete:
SPAG: Pages 22-25 (phrases and clauses)
Maths: Pages 14-18 (Multiples and Factors)
Reading: Pages 26, 27 and 31 (Finishing the Old Photograph questions)
Computers can be really helpful for practising and revising tricky topics. This week Mrs Wigfield tells me you have been doing some work on co-ordinates! Let’s see if the computer can help us embed those skills
You can also try www.mymaths.co.uk
Well done for completing all of the SATs Revision homework in the Easter holidays!
This week we would like you to complete:
Maths: Pages 30 and 31 (wordy problems)
Reading: Pages 28, 29 and 30 (The Old Photograph text)
SPaG: Pages 51 – 55 (Word families, prefixed and suffixes)
Today in Computing you are going to create music. Using Isle of Tune you can write and compose your own music.
From the website go to Play.
When you are ready Press Create Island.
This screen shows you exactly what you need to do…
1- Make a road – This is the musical stave.
2. Add Street furniture and houses – these are the notes.
You can alter each item to make a different sound, pitch or beat! Experiment.
3. Drop in a car and this is the musician. As it passes each item something will play.
After you have played with the program can you make you own version of Frozen’s – Let it go? If you make the line marked in Yellow you will get the outline of the song!
When you have finished if you press share and name your island you can post the link of your work on the blog.
Here are a couple of links to help you with your research, however they will not give you everything that you need so you will need to use your own initiative and search using Google to find certain information.