Happy Thursday! It was lovely to see so many of you at our Zoom meeting last week. We were impressed by the skills, talents, research and facts you all presented so well – amazing! When looking at my suggested learning for today, don’t forget to try out some of the activities Miss Jenkins has posted on the Class 2 Blog in relation to National Deaf Awareness week and also have a look at my ‘Singing Assembly’ blog. Have fun, stay safe and I look forward to seeing you at Mr Hopegood’s Zoom meeting tomorrow.
Miss Scotchford 🙂
Death at the SPaG Bowl – Murder Mystery
The final clue was: The killer has been to four stag parties.
So the Murderer is…Erik Pickles. Well done to all of you who solved the challenge.
The Great British Spag off – Who killed the chef?
The English task this week is to identify the murderer at ‘The Great British Spag-Off’ by using your grammar and punctuation skills. Each week, as well as the weekly clue to solve, I will give you an explanation as to what you need to do.
Your task today is to read through the clue and put in capital letters where they are needed.
Once you have done this, the capital letters will spell out a clue that will allow you to eliminate half of the suspects on your list. Remember that M means Murderer!
Happy detecting everyone!
Quick Maths Challenge
ICT Link to an online activity: Ratio Blaster – use your knowledge of equivalent fractions for this classic game.