Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Sick Sentences:The sentences below are sick and need your help to get better. Re-write these sentences and improve them by including different skills.
“The muddy tsunami was dangerous.”
“The tsunami moved fast.”
“The scary tsunami was unexpected.”
“Suddenly, the big wave crashed into buildings.”
Remember to include:
· Adjectives to describe the noun
· Verbs to describe what the noun is doing
· Adverbs to describe the verbs
· Similes e.g. as tall as a skyscraper.
· Prepositions as sentences starters e.g. Below the clouds.
QUIZ TIME: European Countries
During International Week, we used a map of Europe to
locate different countries in Europe. Use this activity to recap
😀MISS ROBINSON CREATED A QUIZ FOR YOU. Click the link and type the quiz code to join the quiz😀
Room Name: ROBINSON368
🙌Miss Robinson will announce the top quiz scorers on Friday!🙌
Use the map of Europe on this page or click the link to
Google Maps to complete the Geography quiz!
Posted by Hill Top Academy at 06:27
Monday, 30 March 2020
Maths Day 7
Follow the link to your Maths Learning for today
LESSON 7: Fractions of a Set of Objects
Play one video each day and complete the worksheet.
If you are unable to print the worksheet, write your answers on a piece of paper.
Click on the photo's to make them bigger!
1. “Marcus dove to the ground”.
Why does Marcus have to dive to the ground?
2. Why didn’t Marcus feel anything when the statue collapsed?
3. What was the only body part that Marcus injured?
4. Why was Marcus tempted to steal an apple?
5. What do you think the street vendor means, when he says, “The giant beast must be restless”?
Doncaster Literacy Trust are organising some great competitions over the lockdown period. I think this would be a great opportunity for your child to develop their creative writing skills and their love of reading.
Here is a link to their facebook page - please take a look!
This week the creative writing challenge is set at The Frenchgate Centre! I could see some amazing creativity from this! Please encourage your child to take part. It is such a great opportunity for them.
Mrs Clark xx
Posted by Hill Top Academy at 13:58