Here are the lyrics to our song so that you can practise.
We have written our own versions of Macbeth. We changed the characters and the setting, thinking about the places where we could add our own detail to the version of the story that we have been using in class.
Using powerful verbs and adjectives we have thought about how we can bring the action of the story to life for our readers.
This week we have been looking at different ways of dividing.
We have shared the number in order to divide, and also found groups of the divisor to solve the problem.
We have been working towards the short division ‘bus stop’ method
We have been looking this week at how we can multiply a 2 x 2 digit number.
We have used the grid method and then looked at using short multiplication.
Our purses are now coming along, we are stitching together the cut out shapes and following our designs. The next stage will be the buttons and handles.
We’ve looked at the properties of liquids, but the scientist Issac Newton noticed that some liquids don’t follow the same rules and he named them non-Newtonian liquids.
A mixture of cornflour and water is a type of non-Newtonian liquid. When is it under pressure or agitated it can become solid. When you leave it alone it then becomes a liquid again.
What other liquids can you think of that behave in a strange way?