Tuesday 31st March 2020

Good morning everybody,

How did you get on with the tasks that I set you yesterday? For today’s plan in maths, I want you to analyse the data which you recorded within a tally chart yesterday. I would like you to now order your family members in a table, starting with the least active, through to the most active. It would be great if you can then work out the difference in minutes, between the most and the least active. Feel free to share your results on Tapestry with me. 

In English, yesterday you wrote a list of ingredients and equipment that you would need, in order to create a meal or a snack for your family. Today, I would like you to now write some instructions for creating your product. I thought this would be a good idea, so that tomorrow you can make the product and decide if you need to add/ change/ remove any of the steps that you included within your instructions. If you have never made the meal or snack before, feel free to use tips from online or from your family to help you: you can even message me on Tapestry for baking/ cooking hints. 

For your treasure hunt, yesterday you planned what treasure you would hide, and how and where you would hide the clues in order to find the treasure. Today, I would like you to order your clue’s hiding places and begin to think of clues that could lead your family to finding the next one. For example, if I start off by handing them the first clue, which reads: Here you will find bombs. They explode rainbows of glitter and fill the house with a marshmallow scent. They will then have to find where the bombs are in the house (in the bathroom drawers) and discover the next clue, which will lead them to another location in the house. 

I can’t wait to hear about your treasure hunts,

Mrs Taylor