After collecting all of the evidence MP3 have found that a lot of the land formations on Mars look very similar to ones on Earth that were formed by water or ice, and we reached the conclusion that Mars once had water and may still have pockets of ice under the surface! Quick call NASA and let them know.
This week in Literacy Y5 have started to learn all about non chronological reports. We began this by assessing everything that we knew already about the features of these and then found texts that were, or were not, non chronological reports. In order to gather information for our own NCRs, we learnt the skill of note taking. We used abbreviations to record information efficiently from videos and websites.
Here are some videos from last weeks Oral storytelling sessions. Please enjoy.
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This week in maths Y6 have begun learning about probability. We explored how likely it was to roll a certain combination of numbers on a dice. We also explored how likely it was that certain events would occur. For instance we thought about the probability of it snowing in Cambodia or how likely it was we would be learning maths that day. In our following lessons we thought about ratio and even practised writing our own ratio word problems.
Stars of the Week
What a show it was Y6!