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Monday 18th May

Remember, your first job everyday is to send a 'Good Morning'  message to your class teacher on I Am Learning by 10 am.

Don't forget to include your score from Friday's Maths end of lesson quiz!


If you run out of space in any exercise books (orange Maths or yellow English book), please ask an adult to contact the office to arrange to pick up a new one.

Additional distance learning tasks:



Practise your handwriting by copying and completing the activities below in your beige notebook.

You should answer the question using joined handwriting.

Multiplication - Times Tables Rockstars - A new battle has started today!



Watch this clip:

Then read the information below the video.


Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electrical circuit. A circuit always needs a power source, such as a battery, with wires connected to both the positive (+) and negative (-) ends.

A battery is made from a collection of cells connected together. A circuit can also contain other electrical components, such as bulbs, buzzers or motors, which allow electricity to pass through.

Electricity will only travel around a circuit that is complete. That means it has no gaps. You can use a switch in a circuit to create a gap in a circuit. This can be used to switch it on and off. When a switch is open (off), there is a gap in the circuit. Electricity cannot travel around the circuit. When a switch is closed (on), it makes the circuit complete. Electricity can travel around the circuit.


Then, click on the quiz below it is asking you to drag a switch where the power is broken and also drag more power to the circuit.

Once you have done this click check to see if your answer was correct.


PE- Choose an activity to complete for 30 minutes 

Optional: complete a daily challenge