I hope you had a lovely weekend, today's activities Earth School, revision maths and Hink Pinks I think you will enjoy these riddles! Have fun with them, see can you make some yourself! Well done everyone super work, lets keep it going !
Earth School- Where does Water come from
Did you know that we drink the same water that dinosaurs used to drink? Water is essential to life, covers over 70% of the Earth and makes up about 60% of our bodies. But in the rest of the solar system, liquid water is almost impossible to find. So how did our planet end up with so much? Where did it come from?
English - Hink Pinks fun language activity! Great for Quizzes!
What is a hink Pink? It's word puzzle that uses a two-word clue to lead to a rhyming answer. It’s best to give several examples to illustrate the concept. Here are a few creative juices flowing: Clue: tight carpet Solution: snug rug Clue: simple locomotive Solution: plain train Clue: empty seat Solution: bare chair Clue: steak stealer Solution: beef thief Clue: amusing roll Solution: fun bun Clue: sugary paws Solution: sweet feet Clue: complimentary oak Solution: free tree These are great fun, see if you can come up with some yourself ! There is a sheet attached see if you can solve them! Try it with your family! Enjoy,,,, if you come up with some yourself send them on to me and I can make up our own class list! Last years class had some great one ones! Enjoy Miss Ozenbrook
Around this time of year we would be talking about staying safe and enjoying the Summer.
Today I would like you to follow the link and look at the safety video, and just have a chat with your parents about Farm Safety. We may not all live on farms, but maybe our friends do, or our neighbours are farmers.
This is important information for us all.
Fourth Class Monday
Mixed operations - written problems The following can be used to solve the problem, Addition , Subtraction, multiplication and division . The last questions write an equation using x ..... what they mean by that is what we don't have the answer for X 80 euro per patient - for 1 patient the doctor was paid 1,760 how many patients were in? we don't know 1,760 divide by 80(patient )= x x = number of people Any issues , don't hesitate to give me a shout!
Fifth Class - Maths Monday
Revision Work Written problems mixed operations as in addition, subtraction and multiplication Please complete in your copy and show complete workings. Have a great day everyone , Miss Ozenbrook