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Tuesday 12th

Wow, those Ken Ken puzzles were pretty tough. I thought I would just solve them and have the answers for you but the last two left me pulling my hair out for over an hour and a half before I gave in and found a puzzle solver online so I could give you the answers today.

Answers in the Daily Resources.

 

Have you seen the message from all the staff at Scotby yet. Check it out here.

 

Warm up: Soon you will get unlimited exercise opportunities (with a few rules) so get thinking about how you will use it and share your ideas.

 

ENGLISH:

Spelling Shed (10 minutes)

D.E.A.R - Drop Everything And Read (20mins)

SPAG - Have a go at this lesson from the BBC daily lessons on Commas, brackets and dashes. There are rather good videos and some activities to complete.

 

MATHS:

My Mini Maths - Answers in Daily Resources

 

Daily Work: Features of circles

Before we look at drawing pie charts it is vital to understand a little more about circles. 

Read through the circles knowledge organiser and then have a go at the tasks. All sheets are in Daily Resources.

 

Afternoon Work:

Art: First watch the video about Greek pottery - it has lots to learn, and a gentleman from the Hancock Museum shows you how to make a pot using an old type of potter's wheel.

 

After that, have a go at designing your own pot using the sheet in the Daily Resources.

 

D and T: I thought is would be good in D and T to have a go at creating something using things that you might have around the house. We will be trying to create a maze inspired by the myth 'Theseus and the Minotaur'. This afternoon, read through the comic story to learn about this famous myth and then have a look through the guide on how to create the maze. I will be attempting to make little videos to show you what to do.

 

 

Introduction to Ancient Greece: Pt. 2/3 - Pottery

Introduction to Ancient Greece. Part.2 of 3 of 'Community Curriculum' videos produced in partnership with the Great North Museum and Newcastle University.

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