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Mission 46

Are you ready to start Mission 46?

Okay, let's begin!

Your first challenge is to practice writing your letters by writing me a sentence about what you have done this week on Purplemash.

To change the page colour use the tabs on the right hand side.

Can you play your writing as a video by pressing on the green triangle 'play' button at the bottom right of the page?

Your second challenge is to watch the clip below and make a list in your literacy/topic book about what cars looked like in 1910.

Early Automobiles and Motor Cars, 1910's

Early silent footage of various early automobiles and motor cars from the 1900's. Black and white., http://www.myfootage.com/details.php?gid=58&sgid=&pid=20550

Your third challenge is to practice your 2 times table using the video below. 

2 Times Tables Song - Numberjacks

Learn your two times tables with the Numberjacks crew. FUN FACT! WHAT is Numberjacks? It is all about excitement, fun and learning, thinking skills, problem ...

Your forth challenge for today is to complete the guided practice worksheets.

Remember to ask an adult to help you. 

Your fifth and final challenge for today is to research facts about cars in 1910!

Look at the Ford model T- it was the first mass produced car which came to Britain in 1911. 

I have added some videos below to help you

Make notes in your writing/topic book, will need your facts tomorrow! 

Five Reasons the Model T was Revolutionary

Automotive historian Bob Casey shares five key reasons that Henry Ford's Model T was revolutionary when it was introduced in 1908. This video was created as ...

History of the Model T | The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation

In this segment from "The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation" you'll learn about the Model T car.

Gwaith ardderchog!

Excellent work!

You have completed your missions for today!

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