Complete the Titanic comprehension on Google Classroom. You will need to type your answers underneath the questions and send it back to me for checking by clicking "Turn in"
Speedy times tables!
How quickly and accurately can you recall your 6, 7 and 8 times tables? The rules are simple; you MUST recall all of the facts by saying 1 x 6 is 6, 2 x 6 is 12...and so on. Time yourself recalling the facts to the twelfth multiple (12 x 6, 12 x7 and 12 x 8). You are not allowed to read the answers from a sheet or screen. You can post scores via Google Classroom and maybe even video yourselves doing it. How fast can you do it?!?!
Modern ships and buildings have diagrams to show exits and safety routes etc. There's an example below. I'd like you to draw and redesign the layout for a modern day Titanic. Label each part with a key so I know what's what.
Write a newspaper report the day after the Titanic sank. There's everything you need in the resources below. Use as much or as little as you like.
Think about the best thing about lockdown and the worst thing. You could write them down, create a video, comic strip, poem or draw it. Talking about or feelings and what makes us happy and upset is a strength. Sharing those feelings and emotions helps others and us come to terms with things.
Make a back to school plan like the one below.
We haven't covered much on shape, space and measures in maths but you should know the difference between area and perimeter. If not, look it up. Have a go at solving the problem below.
Your final challenge of the week is to practise your spellings. I won't issue new lists this week as feedback I've had suggests many of you haven't learned lists I've posted since early April. That's a lot of spellings. I'd normally give you a revision week anyway. Therefore, please go back over the last 3 weeks and make sure you know them inside out! Remember to use all the strategies we use in school. If you've forgotten, I've put the document below.
Create a Fact-File about a Significant Person.
Click on the worksheet below to find out more.
Use the internet to research/find ideas for your fact-file.