Hi Pankhurst Class,
We hope you are all well and enjoying the sunshine.
Here are today’s tasks:
Revise using modal verbs
If you can’t remember what they are, the following link may help:
Write at least 3 sentence containing modal verbs – use different ones for each sentence.
Last week you looked at nets and today I want you to focus on nets of a cube. I did ask the question last week if there was more than 1 possible net of a cube but no-one had replied by Wednesday. Is there?
Look at the following nets of a cube and work out which ones actually are nets and which aren’t. This task is all about visualisation – it’s like creating a picture in your mind. Can you ‘picture’ folding the net up and creating a 3-D cube?
If you can print, it might be worth printing them off but don’t worry if you can’t print as you don’t necessarily need to. If you are struggling with visualisation, you could create the nets on paper and see if they do fold up into a cube or not.
Discuss this scenario with your family:
Now try this:
Find out about the Artist William Morris.
Can you use some household items (or your computer) to create a repeating pattern. It could be in paint or printed using potatoes, sponges etc. It could also be drawn or chalked – whatever medium you like. Send us a photograph to the Year 5 e mail address or put into your home learning pack.
Have fun and we look forward to hearing from you. Missing you all.
Mrs Millard, Mrs Leeming and Mrs Munro XX