Good morning everyone,
See today's learning below!
Read the text about ‘habitat destruction’, and then write out and answer the questions next to it. The text and questions are at the bottom of the page.
Today you will be looking at prime numbers. Watch the videos below and then have a go at the activities.
For your activity, you need to split your page in half, writing prime on one side and composite on the other side.
I will give you a range of numbers and you must sort them into prime and composite. Choose your spice level below.
Now try these two reasoning challenges:
1) Dora says all prime numbers have to be odd.
Amir says that means all odd numbers are prime, so 9,27 and 45 are all prime numbers.
Explain their mistakes and correct them.
2) ‘Most prime numbers that end in 5 are not prime numbers’.
This is true/false because…….
In the top corner of your rapid recall whiteboard, you will have a space to write your number.
Range 10-20: 18
Range 30-60: 39
Range 350-450: 392
Range 30-99: 75
Today you will be looking at rainforests. Rainforests are critical not just for plant and animal life but also for human life. Watch the videos and links below as an introduction.
Use the information you have learnt and your own research to write a short persuasive argument convincing people to protect and preserve the world’s rainforests. Below are some sentence starters to help you out.
In my personal opinion…
Without a doubt…
I am certain that…
It is imperative that…
I am extremely confident that…
It is vitally important that…
Reading: Please do your daily reading and record it in your reading record.
Please practise your spellings daily. These lists are on our class page. You can practise the Year 1/2, Year 3/4 and the Year 5/6 spelling lists. You all know which spellings you should be practising anyway.