This is the week. We have been building up to this moment for the last 11 weeks. This week we finally get to know what happened to Salim. So many of our questions will finally get answered. Was it Salam who exited from the London Eye with that mysterious girl? Who was the mysterious girl? Where did Salam hide? Will Salam move to New York? What weather system will Ted use to describe the finding of Salam? Or will the author, like in The Other Side of Truth, leave us, the reader, with more questions than answers?
Some of the lessons come with a worksheet. You don’t need to print these. You can simply write your answers in your book. Try and be creative, not only with your answer, but also the way you present your work.
Each day there will be two maths activities. You only need to do one of these activities. Choose the activity you feel you can complete independently.
This week you will need to upload the retelling of The London Eye Mystery from Salim’s perspective and properties of 2D and 3 Day shapes (activity 1) or naming quadrilaterals (activity 2) to your blog which the teachers will provide feedback on. Instructions how to create your blog can be found by clicking Creating a blog on purple mash.
Miss Begum, Miss Darcy, Mr Sheffle, Miss Walker and Mr Woollcott are all missing you but they are looking forward to seeing your work being uploaded on to your blog