# Wednesday 3rd June

Wednesday 3rd June

Fact of the day:

Walt Disney World in Florida has a series of underground tunnels to allow cast members to get around. There's a whole world underneath Disney World!!

PE:

Start your day off with some exercise. Choose either to follow the Joe Wicks live workout or a yoga routine from the Cosmic Kids Yoga link!

Reading for at least 20 minutes today, independently or to an adult. Don't forget, you can still quiz on books at home!

Maths:

Yesterday we learnt what a right angle is.

Today we are going to learn about 2 other types of angles.

The first is an ACUTE angle. These are angles that are SMALLER than a right angle.

Have a look at the picture below:

The other angle we need to know about is the OBTUSE angle. These angles are BIGGER than right angles.

Have a look at the pictures below:

Here's the way to remember them:

An acute angle is smaller - so think of it being really cute... a cute angle =  an acute angle!

Obtuse sounds a bit like obese, so we know it's the bigger angle.

Now have a go at this worksheet.

English:

Today you are going to be looking at apostrophes for possession.

Have a look through this powerpoint to remind you what apostrophes for possession are!

Now have a go at the following 2 activities:

A fun afternoon activity!

This afternoon, we are not going to be doing a subject lesson. We are going to think about something completely different and I hope you have fun doing this!

You are going to think about...

1. Pretend that you are going to space for the next few months.
2. Think about what you would like to take with you. Remember - it's space!! You probably don't want to take your goldfish or 60 inch plasma TV (that probably wouldn't fit in the rocket!)
3. Narrow it down to 10 things.
4. Write these 10 things down with a good reason why you would want to take it.

For example:

I would take a camera so I can take pictures isn't the best sentence! Really think about why you want to take the camera, why do you want to take the pictures (maybe to prove aliens exist...or don't exist...!).

You could present your sentences inside a rocket, like the picture above, or you could write them out and draw space things around the outside. It's up to you!

I hope you have fun doing this!