It’s Thursday again! I hope you are all enjoying the wonderful sunshine – I know I am. Have fun with the below learning for today and remember to take a look at the ‘Singing Assembly’ blog too. I look forward to seeing you all at tomorrow’s Zoom meeting.
Miss Scotchford 🙂
The Great British Spag off – Who killed the chef?
If you have lost the suspects list, here it is again:
As you will remember, the English task 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 of what you need to do.
Clue 1 answer:
I hope you were successful in identifying last week’s clue. The capital letters should have spelled out ‘M uses a pan made out of cast iron’. This would have allowed you to eliminate all the suspects who do not use cast iron pans.
Clue 2: Fix it
Tips to help you to be successful today:
1./ Select the correct prefix to replace the hyphen from the table below the sentences ( il, ir, in, im, dis etc.)
2./ Work out what tense the sentence is written in (from the past, present, future or present continuous)
3./ Now use the table under the sentences to read across and down for each sentence to identify the clue word.
4./ The clue words from each sentence will spell out a message to help you eliminate more of your remaining suspects.
Happy detecting everyone!
Quick Maths Challenge:
ICT Link to an online activity: Guardians Defenders of Mathematica
A BBC Bitesize game where you use your mathematical skills to defeat your enemies. Choose to answer questions from a variety of areas such as place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, algebra, shapes and more. A really fun game that takes you on an adventure with the difficulty increasing as you go along. This is great for all, especially those who enjoy gaming.