Hello!

We have got into the festive spirit this week and decorated our classroom. I have even been talked into putting tinsel up in my room!! I do love this time of year and all of us in 6LM have loved starting our Advent learning this week and have been rehearsing our songs for our carol service on Tuesday. The songs are sounding great but we need some more practice with Joy to the World.

Steve is back!!

Brooke took Steve home this week and did some excellent Maths. Well done Brooke and Steve.

 

Home Learning

A lack of planners in school and a dip in spelling scores this week. These are all from the GaPS paper you did this week. Please learn and bring your planner in every day next week!

Arithmetic

Think about:

  • What does the small 2 represent?
  • What is a square number?
  • Rewrite the question with the new number before the addition

SPaG:

Identify the subject, object and verb in the sentences below:

  1. Sarah passed the rugby ball.
  2. Alex combed his hair.
  3. Richard drove his car.

Which of these sentences are written in the active voice? How about the passive voice?

  1. The knot was untied by Amber.
  2. Without warning, Tim hit the tennis ball.
  3. Slowly but surely, the burgers were eaten by the class.

Thank you for your hard work this week and all of your comments on the blog!

Have a lovely weekend,

Miss Murphy

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 thoughts on “

  1. Hi miss Murphy this is the blog challenges sorry I had to go on 6sk to get them since on ours I can’t get there Arithmetic
    5sqared+80=105
    12squared+60=204
    Subject and object
    The small 2represents a square number .A square number is were a number e.g.12 squared the squared means multiplied by itself
    60squared+80=440
    Sarah passed the rugby ball
    Sarah is the subject and ball is the object .
    Alex combed his hair
    Alex is the subject and the object is hair
    Richard drove his car
    Richard is the subject and the object car . Thanks Miss Murphy have a great weekend 😁
    The active voice
    With our warning , Tim hit the tennis ball

  2. Arithmetic

    Think about:

    What does the small 2 represent?
    It means squared.

    What is a square number?
    The result of a number being multiplied by itself.

    Rewrite the question with the new number before the addition
    I can’t do this question as I can’t see the picture

  3. SPaG:

    Identify the subject, object and verb in the sentences below:

    Sarah (subject) passed (verb) the rugby ball (object).
    Alex (subject) combed (verb) his hair (object).
    Richard (subject) drove (verb) his car (object).

    Which of these sentences are written in the active voice? How about the passive voice?

    The knot was untied by Amber. – passive voice
    Without warning, Tim hit the tennis ball. – active voice
    Slowly but surely, the burgers were eaten by the class. – passive voice

  4. I really enjoyed putting up the Christmas decourations in the classroom. I would have done the blog challenges this week but they dont load on the blog.
    I loved doing the Christmas carols with the year ones and i’m really happy that my Mum was able to come. I can’t wait for the Church servies on Thursday.

  5. SPaG:
    1.Sarah is the subject
    Passed is the verb
    Rugby Ball is the object
    2.Alex is the subject
    Combed is the verb
    Hair is the object
    3.Richard is the subject
    Drove is the verb
    Car is the object
    SPaG:
    The knot was untied by Amber. Is passive
    Without warning,Tim hit the tennis ball. Is active
    Slowly but surely, the burger was eaten by the class. Is passive

  6. Arithmetic:
    1.5
    2.204
    3.3 1/20
    4.4 11/36
    SPaG:
    1. SVO
    2. OVS
    3. SVO

    1. passive
    2. active
    3. passive.

    I have loved this week!
    Thank you so much Miss Murphy!😁

  7. Blog challenges

    1. 5
    2. 204
    3. 3 1/20
    4. 1 7/36
    SPAG

    Sarah passed the rugby ball
    ^. ^. ^.
    Subject. Verb. Object

    Alex combed his hair.
    ^. ^. ^.
    Subject. Verb. Object.

    SPAG

    Active
    1
    Passive
    2
    3

  8. 1.)Sarah is the subject.Passed is the verb and the rugby ball is the object.
    2.)Alex is the subject.Combed is the verb and his hair is the object.
    3.)Richard is the subject.Drove is the verb and his car is the object.

    Active and passive voice

    Numbers 1 and 3 are in the passive voice but number 2 is in the active voice.The other way of doing number 2 is this sentence.

    Without warning, the tennis ball was hit by Tim.

  9. Maths.

    A little two means that you time the number that is shown by itself.
    A square number is a number that is timesd by itself.

    The subject is Sarah
    The object is Rugby Ball
    The verb is Passed

    The subject is Alex
    The object is Hair
    The verb is Combed

    The subject is Richard
    The object is Car
    The verb is Drove

    1)Passive
    2)Active
    3)Passive

    I couldnt find the blog challenges for this week so I just did last weeks chsllenges scince I didn’t do them.

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