Thursday 26th March – Year 4/5/6
Hello Years 4,5 and 6
We are really enjoying reading your comments and hearing about your learning. We hope you are enjoying the sunny weather and helping out at home too – be kind to your families 😉
Once again we’ll start with Joe Wicks at 9am and learn some British Sign Language with Natasha Lamb on YouTube after lunch.
Here are your literacy, maths and wider curriculum tasks for the day. Do share your drawings with us if you would like to via our teacher emails or Twitter.
Miss Clancy, Miss Chambers, Miss Taylor, Mrs Byfield, Miss Spaven and Miss Lowe
90 thoughts on “Thursday 26th March – Year 4/5/6”
I think The key might belong to an old shed.
It might be able to open the shed door.
I think the key belongs to the shed but the key was lost.
Archaic forgotten key,
Found beneath the grass,
Put on display,
Waiting to be gazed.
I found a key. It was mysterious. There was a feeling of me that wanted to open it but I knew it would be impossible. It looked ancient. Was it the key of the time?
I had a lot of questions but I knew I hadn’t the answer to any of them.
We have just read your poem out at school Klea and it has inspired us all.
We wonder if the key might open a portal or even a secret underground world?
Amber: Magic has woken,
The key was found,
What will happen,
No one will know.
What a suspense filled poem.
What has happened! I want to know.
1 – I think the key could belong to a previous gardener who once left the key behind, so then over the decades it started to rust in the dirt and became more embedded into the soil, only to eventually be dug up again.
2 – Probably a shed or greenhouse or some kind of structure that was in the garden.
3 – I predict that the key could be traced back to someone via DNA scanning or maybe they will try to unlock every place they can find that has a keyhole on the grounds.
4 – Oh dear me
rusty old buried key
you’re a relic
dirty, ancient and majestic
5 – A group of archaeologists set out into the vast fields of the far south,
there they were, digging up the barren dirt chunks hoping to fin something worth their time. They were feeling hopeless on this particular expedition until one of them found a time capsule submerged in the metres of dirt, they dragged it to the surface, opened the lid and a mystical key lay before their very eyes.
Just a small typo, fin should be find. 🙂
Interesting ideas Isaac! I like your poem – it flows nicely and you’ve chosen your words well.
Have a good day.
Hi Klea. I hope you’re having a good day. Great maths for 1 and 2.Well done! Can you double check no.3 for me? How many degrees are there in a triangle?
Mrs Bacon 🙂
I had a little tipi it was supposed to be 38 degrees
73 should be 38 just a typo
73 should be 38 just a small typo
1 I think it might belong to a mysterious house or basement that Miss Taylor didn’t know about.I think it open a mysterious door.My other prediction might be a attic.
Mysterious rusty key
Ended in my garden
Back to past
Glimpse of the future
Hi Eduard. I love your thinking about the mysterious key. I wonder if Miss Taylor should investigate further? Your poem is fantastic with great vocabulary. Well done! Have a lovely day.
Mrs Bacon 🙂
Fantastic predictions; I really enjoyed reading your poem. I wonder if you could try and write an opening to a story.
Well done for commenting on the post.
I think that the key belongs to a mythical creature like a goblin. The key might lead to a door to a secret new world . Maybe someone else might discover it without the goblin knowing.
A magical key
To a new world
It holds adventures
And many lost secrets
There was a key; laying on the ground. It was rusty ancient and unfound. I loved the key it was fun and free. Where does it lead to? And then it said you.
Well done for commenting on the blog. All very good predictions and your story opener really hooked me in. What a great use of writing devices! Now you have got a the readers attention you could use a descriptive and longer sentence using a conjunction next.
Mysterious, antique, rusted
A key found in grass.
Sparkling, polished key
Ready to be used.
Good morning, Elvin! What a great poem.Super adjectives. What door do you think it might open? What might you see behind the door?
Mrs Bacon 🙂
1.I think it belonged to the person that lived in that house before Miss Tailor
2.I think that it would open a chamber
3.A prediction would be that you would find old statues
4.old and dusty
unlocks a mysterious door
rusty and light
an eye catching key
5.Once upon a time, there was a magical key, it opened a portal of time, that had been left from centries ago. Unable to be caught be the wrath of time. All of a sudden, there was a loud rumble and the key was picked up by somebody even thought
it was very hidden.
Well done, Rhys. You have had a busy morning! I like your key predictions. What types of statues might they be? Would they belong to a portal of time many centuries ago? Super Maths too. All spot on! Have a good day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
The strangest thing is that no-one lived in my house before. I believe it use to be farmland before. What a gripping story opener! Your use of writing devices hooked me in. Well done for solving the maths questions.
We would love to have Mrs Worth’s flapjack recipe.
I am currently making an English task out of it for Monday so it will be on the blog tomorrow evening!
Looking forward to it Thankyou Miss Bailey
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1 – 36 + 75 = 111
2 – 762/6 = 127 (Rons Number) 6 x 127 = 762
3 – 77 + 25 = 102 (angle b)
English-The key might belong to someone that lives in the woods.
It might open a door that leads to another universe.
I predict it’s from when the house was built and someone is trying to hide something.
Rons number is 756[ art-i
i am going to do 5 minutes ttrocks and I drew a picture of a key.
How exciting – a key leading to another universe! I wonder what happened there.
I would love to see your drawing – feel free to email it to me at email@example.com
Have a good day.
I think the key might belong to a hidden door in a far away forest, because it looks rusty and old so it
might of been tread on and dug into durt. A hidden door…locked in a forest…on its own…it follows to heavan.
Hi Eri. I hope you’re having a good day. I love your idea that the key may open a hidden door locked in a forest, and that door follows to heaven. What do you think you might see when you opened it?
Mrs Bacon 🙂
I I might see a stunning,beautiful,dazzaling place like heaven
Wow! Fantastic adjectives! Sounds wonderful. Mrs Bacon 🙂
I think it belongs to the person who used to live before.
a chest could be opened by this key
it’s maybe a plastic key
A mysterious key,
Open a secret door
Lost then found,
Under the thick grass.
On a Thursday morning, once I was gardening. Then I found a secret, silvery and mysterious key. I wasn’t sure which door it would open. It was like a treasure chest key.
1. 36+75=111 2. Ron’s number is 127 3.
I am done 5 minutes tt roksstars and White Rose.
I am doing art now.
What is even stranger is that no-one lived here before…I believe it was all just farmland before my house was built.
Super 3434 poem! If you want to send me a picture of your art you can email me using firstname.lastname@example.org
Well done for commenting on the blog.
1. It might belong to an undiscovered creature.
2. It might lead to a secret garden where the creature lives.
3. Maybe the creature left the secret garden to find food and was crawling through Miss Taylor’s garden in the night and dropped the key. Now he can’t get home and is hiding somewhere in this town!
4. Dark, mysterious key,
Lying on the ground,
Who owns it?
Where does it go?
5. One night, in someone’s garden a big, hairy, blue creature was scuttling around looking for food but there was none to be found. He left silently and headed back to his home in a secret garden. When he arrived, he realised the old rusty gate was locked and he had lost his key. Anxious and scared, he knew daylight was coming and he needed to hide.
What an interesting thought that the creature wants food.
I want to help it!!
Great vocabulary too, Isabella. Well done.
I think the key tells you a bit of the future and it was brobaly from the shed and I might show a sighn about what will happen I the future and maybe to stop the virus
Well done for commenting on the blog. Could you write a 3434 poem about this magical key that shows us the future?
I have drawn my observational key picture.
I assume this key belongs to an ancient wizard.By the look of this mysterious key the door which it opens is a portal to another dimension.Another prediction that what this key opens is a tunnel under Miss Taylors house/apartment to a secret safe with millions of pounds inside.
mysterious ancient key
collapsing old rusty lair
haunted paranormal bunker
How exciting – a portal to another world! It sounds very similar to that strange tollbooth we read about in class. Wow how exciting. Can you imagine what it would be like to find a secret tunnel under your house with lots of money in?
Have a good day.
We looked up some alternative words for ‘ancient’ at school and found the following: antique, archaic, timeworn, bygone, antiquated, obsolete.
Could you use any of these in your writing today? We especially love the word timeworn.
Mrs Byfield and Mrs Klinkenberg
H T. O. Maths
5. 7. 5
1. 7. 5
1. 1. 0
2. 3. 0
I drew a key
Thanks for sending me a picture – truly a presentation piece.
Angle B =52 degrees
I have also done my observational key drawing.
I’m now on TTR.
Hi Lawrence. Well done. Can you just double check your answer to the third maths question on angles? How many degrees are there in total in a triangle? Let me know if you would like to share your observational drawing (no pressure!), and if you do I can give you the teachers email address to send it to. Have a good day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Answer 38 degrees
Excellent. Well done!
1. 36 + 75 = 111
4. We looked at a recipe and partitioned the numbers and converted them.
Hello miss chambers.
I think the key belongs to a King
It would unlock the Castle gates
A key keeper would hold the key for the king
Amazing magical key
unlocks ancient msterious things
soot black key
wishing it could be
along to me
Hope that you’re keeping yourself and your family safe!
I love your use of rhyme.
How are you getting on with your reading? You’ve made so much progress already in Year 4, I know that you can keep this up.
Keep smiling, Miss Chambers
Centuries have past,
Rust, shining in contrast.
Discovered at last,
Time sped incredibly fast.
Superb Cosmo, what high level vocabulary and great use of rhyme! Well done!
Black,odd,rusty, Where will we go, Lost but found, Adventures come and go
Fabulous poem Eleanor. It definitely makes it sound intriguing, I wonder what the adventures could be!
I found a key under the ground , I found it so it must be lost and found.it could be for anything a chest..NO a window..MAYBE I think I know a door no just an ordinary door a door locked and never seen before.
Brilliant use of rhyme and ellipsis Eri. It looks like you really enjoyed this task.
The key might belong to a creature that lives in the forest. I think it might open to a magical world that has friendly animals. I predict, that there might be an invisible door that will open to a magical world. There might be a Buddhist temple with people meditating, statues and jungle animals around.
Dusty, dark, rusty.
Remembered in the past.
Mythical, antique, mystery.
Opens what huge lock?
It was sunset when all of the animals were out,I got out of bed to do some weeding.As I was weeding and I dug to far down and I found a dirty, old key. I asked to myself so many questions some I couldn’t answer.I thought is it from the past or future?
2) 6x =762 762 ÷ 6=127
3) 77+25=102 180-102=78
What a gripping story opener – I just wanted it to carry on!
This video may help you solve this missing angle, we haven’t taught this yet so it may help.
Old mysterious key
Waiting to be used
Who’s is it
What does it unlock
On the ground there is a key. It seems to be lost. Where did it come from? Who does it belong to? What does it unlock? How did it get there?
Great use of rhetorical questions in your writing today.
The key might belong to the previous owners enemy ;they might have left it behind by accident. It might open to a seceret door or passage way. I predict that if you find the door, it could lead to a black hole.
Oooo that sounds mysterious! Good use of a semi colon too.
Well done for having a go at the maths too.
Have a good afternoon.
Or it could be a key to the worlds most haunted attic that you have ever heard of.It could have been a old mans key that has died a long time ago and the attic has feelings so the attic got evil and still is since the man let go of the most important key ever.
Well done for posting on the blog! Those ideas sound like a great a gripping story. Maybe you could challenge yourself to write another 500 word story.
Well done for commenting on the blog.
Question 1 when I add those together I get 121 not 111 – what do you need to change?
Question 2 what do you multiply with 6 to get 762 e.g. ?x6=762 the answer is the product
Question 3 this may help you solve the third question https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvmxsbk/articles/z98n4qt
My 3 4 3 4 poem
An ancient key,
Found in a garden,
Strange, odd, rusted
Key to the future
Great vocabulary I wonder what was odd about it…
An old key,
Belongs to distant past,
Opens a door,
To a mysterious world,
There was a closed secret she’d behind my backyard.One day when I was gardening I found a key which looks exactly like the key to the closed shed.I tried it and the door opened.When I went in side it looked like heaven and it was stunning.
Super work today! Very effective poem; well done for solving those maths problems.
3. angle b=38
Well done! All your maths answers are correct. Enjoy the rest of your day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
My most hard working prediction is that the key leads to success because, maybe the person/thing had it and had a success in there life because they had it with them every now and then and maybe that person/thing had lost the special key and it got past to loads of other people then got past to miss Taylor . 3434…the special key…happy because of SUCCESS… got past around…and never stops leading.
1. The previous owner of the house
2. An old shed door
3. The key is old
4. Old, ancient, mysterious,
Strange garden shed key,
Eye opening key,
Leads to the past.
5. Once there was a girl named Rose, who was walking through her garden. When out of the corner of her eye she saw what she thought was an old gardening tool. But it wasn’t a tool it was an old rusty key. Who did it belong too?
7. 36 +75= 111
I have also been on maths bot, and partitioned numbers from a recipe book.
I am about to complete the art task and then TT Rocks
Very mysterious Oliver – who does the key belong to?
Well done for having a go at the maths aswell.
If you would like me to see your art then please email it to me at email@example.com – I would love to see!
Have a good evening.
Today was the WORST day of the year. The beginning was ordinary : I woke up, got out of bed, ate breakfast and went outside.That’s when it all started. Infront of my beloved home stood a huge, grey-haired and smelly giant. No, smelly isn’t the right word. I can’t even describe it diary! I had no clue what to do so I offered to wash the giant’s feet. That was the worst mistake. After a while, the giant said that his name was Greg and he doesn’t have a clue why animals call him Greg the Smelly Giant.Soon,I felt that I could stand no more of that horrible stench. I let my breakfast come out the way it came in.
Reading this put a huge smile on my face! Well done for showing and not telling. Your diary entry has such much character and personality.
36+75 = 111
Angle b = 38 degrees
Today I have written a letter to one of our older neighbours to see how she is doing and let her know we are thinking of her
Well done for completing the maths task. That is such a kind thing to do, I bet you made her day!
1.I think it might belong to a witch that may be a relative.
2.I think that the key may show you the past or the future.
The key may tell you how to stop the virus
The future awaits
The key unlocks portals
The mystical key
Adventure awaits for you
Spark of the future
1 The key might belong to the garden fairy because Miss Taylor found it in the garden. I think the key opens the door to the fairy’s home. I predict that the key is as old as it’s owner.
The owner is unknown.
No one knows
Which door it opens.
3 As Lisa chased Macy through the garden,she noticed something glinting in the grass. It was a key! Lucy reached out towards it ;as soon as her finger tips touched the cold metal, she disappeared into thin air…
What a captivating story opener! Fantastic work today.
i think the key will belong to a wizard because sometimes the can be clumsy, and i think it could open to somewhere were only wizards and witches can enter maybe for thing like gatherings or just for a spell and i think there evil wizards because good ones wouldn’t leave a key in someones garden if the were going to hide something.
Magic is near,
we should fear
gatherings are happen
our wold is danger
Jack and Daniel were playing around in the garden when suddenly Daniel falls over something key of some sort but little did they know that this key was special. this khaki brown key glowed like the sun. gently jack placed it down but then they were both sucked in and they ended up in Russia this seemed like a coincidence but then jack remembered they were going to Russia. What will happen next?
Well done for working out the maths questions. Remember to punctuate your sentences with capital letters and full stops or questions marks or exclamation marks. I really like your use of a rhetorical question at the end.
English:-The key might belong to a person who lived in the house before Miss Taylor.The key might open to a underground place or a place where his or her details are kept.predictions:-I can predict that maybe it does not belong to anyone.3,4,3,4 poemLost, forgotten key,Found beneath the grass.It holds adventures,And many lost secrets.
Maths:-1) 36 + 75 = 1112) 7563) 60 degrees
I love the idea of a key holding adventures and lost secrets – that’s a fantastic image Mishka – well done.