Today we explored with our group what ten thousand looks like?
What a challenge it is to actually visualise what 10 000 of something looks like.
Each group had something different to complete their task with.
Soup mix, counters, tiny teddies, balls and dried peas were used.
We thought of many different ways to tackle our task with our group.
This week is Bookweek.
Please join in the celebration by dressing up on Tuesday and attending the Space Jump performance.
Choose three items that you or a family member uses everyday.
Now image that time has been turned back 50 years.
Would you have used the same item or would it have been different?
How was it different?
You may like to speak to a grandparent or anyone else you know who is older than your parents.
There are some staff members at school who you could ask also.
Homework is due on Friday and you can present it any way you choose.
How and why do things change?
Complete a compare and contrast chart using one of the below objects.
Symmetry is when one shape becomes exactly like another if you flip, slide or turn it.
The simplest type of Symmetry is “Reflection” (or “Mirror”) Symmetry.
Explore this website to investigate lines of symmetry.
Create a poster or Explain Everything presentation to show your understanding.
Can something have more than one line of symmetry?