Times tables grids and 10 in 10 as usual, then the White Rose video and worksheet - we are interpreting pictograms today, after making our own yesterday. I'm sorry there's no videos from me today as my internet has been a nightmare at home throughout yesterday and this morning!
Start with fast learning and Grammar blast and then move onto today's reading and writing activities based on our poem "The Sound Collector"
We are going to have some fun today learning to test how friction affects the way that objects can move
I have had some huge internet problems over the last 24 hours.
Ethan and I made this video on 4 separate occasions last night and I have tried again this morning. I am including a couple of the links as I am struggling to tell whether this is just a playback issue rather than a recording issue.
If the videos won't play for you:
Set up you ramp in exactly the same way on 4 different surfaces
Make a prediction each time about how far the car will move - thinking about how rough or smooth the surface is and whether the friction will slow the car down quickly or slowly.
Find a way of measuring how far your car travels on each surface
Record how far it travelled on your recording sheet
Write a sentence in the bottom box to explain what you have found out about how the friction from the surface affected how far the car would travel.