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Monday 11th

Good morning,

 

We hope you are all keeping safe and well.

Below is the work for today.

Spellings

Adding the prefix ex-

(meaning ‘out’)

exit

extend

explode

excursion

exchange

export

exclaim

expel

external

exterior

English

 

Correcting sentences.

Look at the activity below and find the problems with sentences. Then in your blue book, write down what the correct sentence should be.

 

Maths

 

Practise counting on in elevens and twelves. You will need to be confident counting on and back and reciting all your times tables so please keep practising these.

 

Look at the PDF that contains information about multiplying by 11 and 12.

Then complete the activity attached.

Below are additional challenges on 11 and 12 times tables if you are feeling confident.

Science

 

Morse code is a type of code that is used to send telegraphic information using rhythm. Morse code uses dots and dashes to show the alphabet lettersnumberspunctuation and special characters of a given message. When messages are sent by Morse code, dots are short beeps or clicks or flashes, and dashes are longer ones.

Morse code is named after Samuel Morse, who helped invent it. It was used alot in WW1 and WW2 to communicate messages about the status of the war or the whereabouts of the enemy. The signal for help is S.O.S sent by Morse code. People can send Morse code by flickering lights. This is coded into • • • - - - • • • 

 

Watch the video of a Morse code machine being made. Then using the worksheets, can you work out what the Morse code messages are?

Morse code is mainly used through a machine but can be used with a torch, flashing it on and off. Can you learn to send a coded message with a torch too?

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