Thursday 2nd April- Year 5
Buenas dias todos! Good morning all!
Find out about passive verbs- this is one place you could look (but there are lots of others!)
Then write me some sentences in the passive voice.
Find out about Eratosthenes…who was he? What did his sieve do?
Can you create a sieve for the numbers up to 100? How does it work?
Science- pick one of the two experiments to try. Can you explain what is happening? Why do you think it works?
21 thoughts on “Thursday 2nd April- Year 5”
Good morning Mrs Leeming,
A passive sentence is where something does something but doesn’t mention the thing.
The treasure chest was found on the island.
The ship was abandoned.
The fish got caught.
Great work Sim.
good morning Mrs Leeming,
this is my English for the 2nd April 2020,
A passive verb is when someone or something does something but doesn’t mention who is doing it.
Roaring took place.
fish Are caught from the ocean.
Buenas dias miss Leeming hope you are keeping safe for a a sample
The fish got caught
And then it was dead.
Good effort George. Did you manage to do the Maths?
Brilliant Jess, great for avoiding being blamed for something
I broke the pencil becomes- the pencil got broken. 😁
Buenas Dias Mrs Leeming😃😃,
A passive verb is a sentence which is then turned into a sentence that has no proper noun,
Here are a few examples,
The man caught the fish and cooked it-The fish got caught and it was cooked.
The child bought a cat- The cat was bought.
The family watched toy story- Toy story was watched.
The parents bought the children pets-The pets were bought.
Well done Lydia.
It’s a great way of getting out if trouble…
Instead if I broke the window- the window got broken. 😁
Hello Mrs Leeming,
This is my maths for today,
Eratosthenes is a Greek scientific writer and poet.He made the first measurement of the Earth. He lived
from 276 till 194 BC [in the third century BC] .He lived and worked for most of his life in the city of Alexandria in Egypt.He died at the age of 82.His nickname was pentathlos. He die of starvation and he became blind and could no longer work.
Great work Jess! Did you manage to make a sieve?
Good morning Mrs Leeming
ill give some passive voice example :
The cake was eaten.
The man got stung .
The house was built.
Eratosthenes was an astronomer, geographer, and mathematician.
A sieve method is a simple method for finding all prime numbers up to any given limit
Great work Dan!
Did you manage to make a sieve?
I learnt that you can use a 100 grid to find prime numbers. Eratosthenes was a Greek mathematician who invented the sieve method. The sieve method is a method to find prime numbers. I used a 100 grid to test the method for myself. I think it was quite good, I liked it.
Great work Lydia, I can’t wait to see it.
Good afternoon Mrs Leeming,
Here is my maths for today.
Born:276 B.C. Cyrene, Libya
Died: 194 B.C. Alexandria, Egypt (82 years old)
Known for: Sieve of Eratosthenes; Founder of geography.
Nationality: Greek, Ancient Greek
Eratosthenes made a sieve by using a hundred square
and finding all the two times tables and so on crossing them of but not crossing single multiples out. In the end he had crossed all of the numbers with more than 2 factors he knew that 1 only one factor and left over was all the prime numbers.
Well done Sim! Have you tried making your own sieve to find all the prime numbers?
Great work Sim, have you been able to make a sieve to find all the prime numbers?
The video was posted on Facebook by Logan.
The dog was walked by Logan.
The flat tire was changed by Michael.
The lunch was eaten by Logan.
The playstation was played by Logan.
These are my passive sentences.
Great work Logan.
It’s a good way to make it sound like you didn’t do it- instead of
I broke the window by accident
The window was broken accidentally.
A passive sometimes does not clarify who is doing what but on the other hand sometimes it does by adding by the………. but actives do clarify who is doing what
Born:276 BC,Cyrene Libra
Known for: Sieve of Eratosthenes founder of geography
Education: Platonic Academy
Nationality: Greek,Ancient Greek
Eratosthenes was also first to calculate the tilt of the Earths axis which he figured with remarkable accuracy the finding was reported by Ptolemy (85-165 CE) he also calculated the distance from earth to the moon and sun but with less accuracy.He made a catalog of 675 stars