Tuesday 16th June 2020

Good morning, Discoverers, 

How did your discussions with family go yesterday? Did you manage to think of some points to support your answer in English? 

A line from Rain Before Rainbows is: A map that will guide us when troubles arise. 

Today, I would like you to think about how you would like your future to look. Think of the places you would like to visit, and the things that you may achieve. Then, draw a map of the things that you believe will be included within your future. 


Here are the answers for yesterday’s maths questions. 

Today, we are converting minutes into seconds. Can you think about which calculation we may need to do, to convert from minutes to seconds?

You’re right! We would need to multiply the minutes by sixty, because there are sixty seconds in one minute. 

Have a go, and see how you get on. It may help to write down your six times table, and remember, sixty is simply six multiplied by ten. 


Does rain always come from dark clouds? This is the question I would like you to try and answer in science this week. 

Here I have a cloud colour chart, you can print it out, or make your own. 

Each time you see it raining outside, look through the middle of the colour chart, and make a note of the number in the colour which matches the colour of the cloud. 

If you do this for around seven rainy days, you may be able to answer this question. 

Have fun 😀

Mrs Taylor