It's time to submit your stories to Hope Rescue!
Wait for your final feedback to come from your teacher, and you should have a document ready to be sent over to the charity in Llanharan!
Well done for all the phenomenal efforts you've made this week. The stories you have written are brilliant, and so imaginative! We now need to make sure you're entered in the competition. Like I say in the video, if you can't submit your story because you don't have access to your Hwb account at home, you can send them to me and I'll submit them on your behalf. However, if you want to build up the important skill of writing an email and attaching a document to it, use the support video to do so.
Good Luck! I really hope you win!!
The email address you need to send your entries to is; email@example.com
Today we're finishing off our work on Fractions. We're looking at equivalent fractions. Equivalent is just a fancy way of saying fractions that are worth the same as one another.
If you normally pick a mild challenge there is a separate worksheet for you today, on tenths which is where the whole object is split into ten parts. Try to complete as much of this as you can, using what we've covered over the last two days.
For medium and spicy - You're going to delve into the world of equivalent fractions! Watch the support video before attempting the worksheet.
MEDIUM - Questions 1, 2, 3 and 5
SPICY - Try to complete the full sheet please.
What’s Important About a Religious Building
The Famous Words of Homer Simpson
Homer Simpson once said '“If God is everywhere, why do I need to go to Church?”
Let's think about this for a minute. What other roles do churches play in people's lives? Have you ever experienced a church for any other purpose than a religious ceremony?
Complete the Frayer Model (Like we did for maths on Tuesday) to give ideas about what a church may be for other than worshiping God.
Think: why is it important that it happens in the building…what could happen if they didn’t do those things in a building?
There is a presentation to look through, before attempting the Frayer Model sheets.
MILD - Two Box Frayer Model
MED/SPICY - Four Box Frayer Model
Find some positive quotes on the internet and write them out or speak them aloud.
You could start by having a look at these ones;
Think about what you’d like to achieve over half term. Send me a note on SeeSaw about what you'd like to do.
HAVE A PHENOMENAL AND WELL EARNED HALF TERM! I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL AGAIN SOON!