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Good morning, Magnolia Class!


I’ve been blown away by the amazing work that you’ve been doing this week. Some of it has been really challenging but you’ve all given it a great go!



Joe Wicks:



Today you get to taste your food that you made yesterday. 


BUT, before you do, think about the process of making it. 


Was it simple/challenging etc? Did you have fun? Did it take a long time? 


Write a few sentences to evaluate the process (I don’t want to know what you had to do). Tell me how you felt, what it was like, whether you enjoyed it etc. 


Then, when you’ve done that, tuck into your food.  


Write down all of the words that you think describe the taste and texture of your food.  


You might like to do this as a mind map. 


Using your mind map, write a paragraph to evaluate the food itself. This time consider how it tastes and what the texture is like in your mouth.  


But if you haven’t made anything, don’t worry! You can describe your lunch or have a go at this task. Whatever you like J


Give yourself a 20 minute break.



Today, we’re looking at problem solving again.


These are challenging like yesterday! Only do the ones that you feel able to.


Just like yesterday, I’ve given you some hints in case you need them.  


Click the link:


Summer Term – Week 2 (w/c 27 April)


Lesson 4 – Problem Solving


Watch the video.


Next, open up the task sheet and have a go at answering the questions.


You can either print it out and write your answers on the sheet, or you can open it up and type your answers in the answer boxes.


If any of the questions are too tricky, you can skip them or come back to them later.


It’s lunch time so have an hour to give yourself a break.



Today, we’re looking at Sikhism and how Sikhs worship in a Gurdwara.


Here’s the task with all the instructions:


Story time with Michael Rosen:


Keep up the fantastic work, Magnolia Class! I’m so proud of how well you’re all doing.


Keep smiling! J


Mr O’Mallan