Something completely different for maths again today. Use the link to access this BBC maths game that you played last week. You need to complete the Fractions, decimals and percentages, shapes and measurement sections.
Don’t forget that this isn’t timed, so instead of just guessing, if you don’t know, try and work it out.
If you want to do more that’s fine ! Enjoy !
We are going to look again at inference. Use this video to remind you what that means.
Now have a look at the presentation which helps you answer the questions . . .
Now answer the questions.
Today we are going to be focusing on the copyright law.
First, look at the weblink below, to have a read about what copyright is.
Use the PowerPoint below to look at a variety of scenarios surrounding the use of copyright. On a piece of paper or onscreen, right down what you think of each scenario: what you think they should? Or what is right or wrong about the scenario.
Either on word or publisher or you can use a piece of paper, create a poster showing your top tips for how to follow the copyright law.
- Copyright definition
- Importance of copyright
- Top tips for following the copyright law
Use the scenarios on the PowerPoint and the previous weblink to help you.
Please see a suggested example of the poster below:
Today in DT we are going to be practicing stitching, ready for making the squishy. The first two stitches we are going to look at are the back stitch and the running stitch. These will be used to add details to your squishy. Here are some videos to demonstrate the stitches to you:
The final stitch that we are going to look at is the blanket stitch. This stitch will be used to sew the edges of the fabric together. To practice this stitch, you will need to either use two pieces of fabric, or alternatively fold one piece of fabric in half and sew along the open edge.
Here is a video to guide you through it:
Please send a picture of your finished piece of material with the three stitches on it.
Logon and see how many you can get right in . . . a minute, 3 minutes, after 5 games, 10 games ? Can you improve your average time ?
Or if you have a times tables clock, you could practice that aswell.