Hi 2ms! I am having an amazing experience travelling around Peru in South America. It is a country with very interesting & ancient history – the Incas. There are many mountains and the streets are cobbled and colourful. I spent four days in the Amazon and tomorrow will go to Machu Pichu. This is the most famous place to visit in this beautiful country. There were some children from a village on an excursion who asked for my photo!
I wonder if you can find out some facts about Peru?
I hope you have been busy learning & making good choices whilst I have been away! Love Miss M 🙂
Our Maths focus for the next two weeks is classifying everyday events according to how likely they are to happen, using the language of chance, and explaining reasoning. We are developing our thinking so we can describe outcomes as ‘likely’ or ‘unlikely’ and identify some events as ‘certain’ or ‘impossible.’
This is bag one. What can you say about the chances of selecting a red marble from this bag? What are my chances of selecting a yellow marble? How do you know?
This is bag two. What colour marble am I most likely to draw out? What colour am I least likely to select? Can you think of a question to ask for bag one or two?
Oscar B, Jake, Luca and Josh L have all made catapults at home. Luca used icy pole sticks whilst Oscar, Jake and Josh constructed models out of Lego. We have enjoyed testing them out.
Last week we begun to explore how everyday materials can be physically changed in a variety of ways. We experimented with mixing, melting and dissolving. I found a couple of easy to try out dissolving experiments that you might like to do at home: