Happy Thursday! I hope you all enjoyed your half term and are refreshed for the final half term of this academic year. Have fun with the below learning for today and remember to take a look at the ‘Singing Assembly’ blog too. 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 2 answer:
Before today’s task, let’s check that you got last week’s clue correct. It should have read: ‘The murderer weighs less than one hundred and fifty kg but more than sixty five kg’. That should allow you to eliminate any of your remaining suspects who weigh over or below these amounts.
Clue 3 – Determiners
Your task to today is to identify the determiners in the passage. Once you have done this, you use the first letter from each determiner to spell out the next clue. In case you have forgotten what a determiner is, here is a tip.
Quick Maths Challenge:
ICT Link to an online activity: Treefrog Treasure. Collect the jewels by selecting the correct decimal, fraction or percentage. This game has lots of different levels. It gets harder quite quickly so I suggest starting in World 1 at level 1-1. I really enjoyed this game and think you will too.