# Friday 27th March Year 4/5/6

Happy Friday everyone!

We loved reading all your replies about the mysterious timeworn key yesterday. We hope you enjoy today’s activities just as much.

Don’t forget to post your replies on the blog. You could also ask your parents to tweet them to @wfprimary.

As usual, we’ll start with Joe Wicks at 9am and tune into Natasha Lamb’s British Sign Language at 1pm. Otherwise, the design of your day is up to you. I wonder how you are all planning it – we would love to see your creative timetables!

We hope you all have a good break over the weekend.

Miss Clancey, Miss Chambers, Miss Taylor, Mrs Byfield, Miss Lowe and Miss Spaven

English

I think the author has a lot of thoughts in his head and they are flying round making a rustle sound.

I think it makes a rustle sound because trees have leaves and I would imagine that some leaves would fall of (making a rustle sound) while the process is happening.

I think muscled means they are moving.

Peaceful ,still ,calm ,quiet.

Ease of their coats ,whisper ,peering

I think I no it was just the authors imagination.

People have lots of different imaginations.

Rustle ,muscle , ease , Calm

Super inference skills this morning Klea, you’ve really understood the meaning of the vocabulary in the poem.

Hope you enjoy the rest of your day.

Miss Taylor

I think the author wanted to make it seem like the were maybe to many sounds in his head.I think the world rustle means so many at once so the have lots of thoughts in his head.

It seamlessly easy to relax and just listen to the sound of everything around you.

I think muscles means they’re endeavouring to move.

Similar words to silent are peaceful, calm, quiet and still.

the paving groans shows us that when they’re being stepped it’s not so nice and if we were being stepped on we would do a little more tan just groan.

no because it it did i’m don’t think it would ‘smile’ because this stranger could be someone so bad that they pour mud all over it.

I think that space, stillness, quiet and calm just say that sometimes go to your own zone and just take things slow.

Math

1.700

2. 21×5=105

3.156

Hi Tobi. You’ve had a great start to the morning. You have shown a very good understanding of the poem. Well done. Did you like the poem? I did. It’s as if when we are quiet the world around us comes alive.

Good attempt at the maths. It was tricky. Can you have a look at no 1 and 3 for me again? In no 1 try to work it out step by step- remember there are 67 bags and 3 marbles are added to each bag. In No 3 the total cost of both items is £52. Try thinking about the total cost being split 3 parts for the train and 1 part for the rocket. What did the train cost? In No 2 there is also a way to have 3 separate one digit numbers that multiply out to 105. Can you work out what they could be? Have a lovely day. Mrs Bacon 🙂

Love the use of the word endeavour!

Have another look at the the maths today.

Remember that 3 more marbles are added to each bag.

Almost there with question 2 what two number multiplied together make 21?

Top tip for question 3 divide the amount by 4 – that should help.

Miss Taylor

Maths

1.700

2.5*7*3=105 or 21*5=105

3.156

Good morning Klea. Well done tackling the maths questions. Can you have a look at no 1 and 3 for me again? In no 1 try to work it out step by step- remember there are 67 bags and 3 marbles are added to each bag. In No 3 the total cost of both items is £52. Try thinking about the total cost being split 3 parts for the train and 1 part for the rocket. What did the train cost?

Mrs Bacon 🙂

1.201

3.£13

Hi Klea

In no 1 instead of 67 bags of 10 marbles we now have 67 bags of 13 marbles. How many marbles in total?

In No 3 you are almost there. The train costs 3 times as much as the rocket. You have given me the cost for the rocket (well done). Can you work out the train cost now?

Mrs Bacon 🙂

Hi sorry that was a typo 1.817 3.39

Hi sorry that was a typo 1.817 3.£39

Fantastic! Well done Klea. They were tricky. Enjoy the rest of your day. Mrs Bacon 🙂

English

1 – I think it tells you that the author is having so many thoughts being processed at the same time while he’s also trying to understand the reason for silence.

2 – I think it would sound like Velcro straps being pulled up on shoes slowly, you can just imagine the crispy sound of bark ripping away.

3 – I think he means that it must be very claustrophobic between the tiny cracks in the pavement and the stone wants to escape.

4 – Peaceful, quiet, sleep, calm and still.

5 – An example is the group of words, “I heard the paving stones groan” or, “I heard the morning Earth roll over and doze” this is called personification.

6 – I don’t think he could because as this is a poem, the author could go anywhere beyond our known reality in the world of words, in the real world you’d be separated by the silence and have to look around.

7 – I think it is trying to make you think about their world for a moment or maybe even make yourself imagine you’re in it. Just take a step away from your world for some peace.

8 – Peaceful, quiet, ease and calm.

Some great in depth thinking here – well done. You’ve used your inference skills well today to help you answer these questions.

Have a good day.

Miss Lowe

maths

88 5*3*7=105

Maths

1= 871

2= 5X3X7=105

3= £13

Hi Amy. Great maths! Just check the answer to no 3 for me. The train costs 3 times as much as the rocket. What do you think the train costs?

Have a lovely day! Mrs Bacon 🙂

maths

88 5*3*7=105 39 train, 13 rocket

Good morning Sulaiman. Great maths. Can you just double check the answer to no 1 for me please? The bags of 10 become bags of 13…

Have a lovely day! Mrs Bacon 🙂

Maths

5 minutes of TTRockstars done.

1 – 10 + 3 = 13

67 x 13 = 871 (with working)

2 – 5 x 7 x 3 = 105

3 – Half of 52 = 26

Half of 26 = 13

£13 (rocket price) x 3 = £39 (train price)

39 + 13 = £52

Can you take pictures and send it to the blog?

Hi Amy,

You can only write comments on the blog. However, Mrs Byfield would love to see pictures of your work. You can send them to mrs.byfield@wfps.org.uk

Miss Taylor

1. 700

2. 5x1x 21

3. 156

Hi Freya,

Have another look at your maths.

Question 1 – 3 more marbles are added to each bag

Question 2 – here is another challenge, can you solve the missing number problem by only using one digit for each box?

Question 3 – divide the amount by 4 this should help you solve the problem.

Well done!

Miss Taylor

English:

1. I think he has used the word rustle to describe his noisy thoughts moving around in his head.

2. I think the trees would make a scraping, scratching sound as their bark came off.

3. Muscled means the stones are stretching out for space.

4. Peaceful, still, calm and quiet.

5. The page of a book whispering to its neighbour.

6. No because when I smile my face does not crack.

7. I think he is trying to say that if you are really quiet and still you can hear and notice things that you can’t if you’re noisy.

8. Peaceful, calm, silent, quiet

Maths

60*7=871

21*5=105

The toy train costs 13*3=$39

Also did 5 min TTR

Hi Lawrence. Great maths. The answer to no 1 is right, but I think there is a typo in the calculation you have written. For the second question, can you think of three one digit numbers that would multiply to give 105? Have a good day. Mrs Bacon 🙂

Sorry there was a typo it’s supposed to be

60*13

English

1. It tells me that the author’s thoughts are rustling in his head.

2. It sounds like little cracking sounds.

3. It means pushing and straining.

4. Peaceful, quiet, still, calm.

5. “the paving stones groan.

6. No because it is a metaphor.

Maths

1. 680

2. 5x7x3=105

3. 39 ( 3/4 of 52 )

I assume he has used the word rustle to tell the reader that his head is rustling with things.

I think the sound they would of made is a ripping or tearing sound.

The word muscle is used as if the rocks moved for space.

Quiet still peaceful calm.

He wouldn’t of heard a smile because we do not crack when we smile

Some great and interesting thoughts here Lawrence – well done. What is it like when your head is rustling with things?!

Have a good afternoon.

Miss Lowe

I did wider curriculum

What was your dream menu?

Miss Taylor

Maths:

1. 871

2. 5 x 1 x 21 = 105 or 5 x 3 x 7 = 105

3.13

Oops sorry I meant answer number 3 should be £39. (£13x 3)

The first maths answer is 871

Well done Klea! Enjoy the rest of your say – hopefully in the sunshine.

Miss Taylor

The word rustle tells us that the author has lots of gentle thoughts in his head.

This sounds like it is very calm and gentle.

I think the author means that they are moving.

Silent: peaceful, still, calm, quiet.

Some examples of personification: a raindrop grin…, the morning earth roll over…, a page of this book whisper….

I think he couldn’t hear a smile crack the face of a stranger because I think he was thinking of it.

The idea of the poem is to make you calm.

Peaceful, calm, quiet, silent.

It’s a lovely poem.. especially in all the uncertainty at the moment.

Maybe you could draw a picture as you read it.

Good work Elvin,

Miss Chambers

1 It tells that his thoughts are muffled and crackling .

2 I think it will make a screeching scraping sound if their bark fell of .

3 I think it means that the rocks are trapped and they want to get out from the crack

4 Peaceful calm and still sleep quiet

5 The paving stones groan

6 NO because each time i smile it doesn’t crack

7 I think it makes think about our world for a moment because we are not looking after it

Maths

1 871

2 5*3*7

3 £13

Well done Eduard, you have really understood the poem. Can you work out how much the train is worth if the rocket is £13?

Miss Taylor

The train is 13×3 =39 so the train is £39

1. 13х67=871

2. 5х3х7=105

3.£39 – train

1.It was extraordinarily quiet, and he has lots of thoughts running around his head, bumping into each other.

2.A gentle soft pitter-patter sound.

3.They are moving and fighting for space.

4.calm,quiet,still,peaceful

5.The paving stones groan.

A raindrop grinned.

A book page whispering to its neighbour.

The morning earth roll over in its sleep.

6.no because you can’t hear smiles.

7.Its trying to tell you that you should take a break and appreciate things around you.

8.peaceful,groan,silent,calm.

maths

1.10+3=13

13×67=871

2. 5x21x1=105

5x7x3=105

3. I went up in numbers and I eventually came across 13 and I counted up 13, 26, 39, 52. So train cost £39.

Super work today Rhys, you really understood the poem and answered the questions fully.

Well done for completing the maths questions and explaining your reasoning behind your answers.

Miss Taylor

Wider Curriculum

My perfect recipe is for Yorkshire Puddings. I can’t grow any of the ingredients and I will serve them at home. I am going to make these this afternoon with my grandma over facetime!

maths

answers

1.700

2.5 x 7 x 3 =105

3.39

For maths

1. There are 700 marbles in total

2. 5 x 3 x 7= 105

3. The train costs £49

the train cost $39

Well done Freya!

Miss Taylor

English

1. Because the place was very silent, he could only hear his own thoughts.

2. It sounds like even the barks sounds of the tree were reduced or was off or it was at rest.

3. Muscled means moving or fighting for a place.

4. Quiet, peaceful, calm

5. The paving stones groan, a rain drop grin, peering

6. Be ouse, the author was imagining things. But it’s impossible to hear a crack of a smile.

7. He was defining how silent, peaceful, calm and quiet the place was or was feeling.

Maths

1. 67×10=670

670×3=2010

2. 105/5=21

3×7=21

5×3×7=105

3.52/4=13

13×3=39 the cost of the train

Maths no. 1 then answer is 871

67×10=670

68×3=201

670+201=871

English:-

1) The word rustle tells me that the is a soft crackling in his thoughts.

2) I think the sound is so windy and the trees start blowing.

3) Muscled means that the paving stone was so heavy that the wind used all it’s wind to move the stones to make space.

4) Whisper, Quiet, Noiseless, Mute

5) The paving stones are groaning as they muscled for space.6) I think the author could hear a smile crack because it was so quiet that the author can hear everything.

Extra Questions:-

The poem is trying to tell that this is a picture that the author is thinking of.

Adjectives – Calm, Silent, Tickled, Pane

Maths:-

1) bags in 10s. 67 bags. 3 more marbles in each bag. 67 x 13 (10 + 3) = 871 marbles

2) 5 x 7 x 3 = 105 or 5 x 1 x 21 = 105

3) £39 is the cost of train. (Total cost is £52. Train is 3 times the rocket. Thus 3 + 1 = 4 therefore 52/4 = £13 but train is 3 times the rocket thus £13 x 3 = £39)

Wider Curriculum:-

Mishka will email the picture of her dish.

‘Soft crackling’ is a lovely noun phrase.

Well done for explaining the steps you took to solve the maths problems.

I look forward to seeing evidence of your baking!

Mrs Byfield