Hemlington Hall Academy

Monday 21st June

Good morning, your work today has been set out below. If you have any problems, please get in touch via Class Dojo and we will help.

Maths

Today is our final lesson on unit and non-unit fractions. If you need a quick reminder of what a unit and a non-unit fraction is, watch the video below:

Task

Challenge: What would you need to add to 1/6 to make a whole?

Writing

Can you improve the paragraph below? Use the adverb and adjective word mats to help you.

There are lots of activities at Pegwell Bay in the summer. I have explored the beach and found lots of interesting things. I saw a Viking ship and pretended I was a Viking. I have even played mini golf.

GPS

Our reading/GPS task has been set on LbQ

Click on the link below and enter in the unique learning code that is available on our Class Dojo page.

Please remember that this task will only be available on Monday 21st June and the code will only be vaild for 12 hours.

www.lbq.org/task

Music

Can you complete the ABBA quiz below? I only managed to get 6/10!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/bring-the-noise/abba-quiz/z6b3y9q

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