It's time for your second English session based on The Owl and the Pussycat. Open the document to find out the details.
- First, play some multiplication and division games on Topmarks for at least 10 minutes. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/multiplication-and-division
To end the week, you are going to be solving money problems which will involve you calculating using all 4 operations. There is nothing to 'teach' today as you are purely applying your skills in dividing, multiplying, adding and subtracting. Just make sure you read the paragraph at the top of the document.
Open the document and see how you get on. Good luck!
Which colour matches your personality?
Hartman Personality Profile, sometimes known as "The People Code", created by Dr. Taylor Hartman, divides personalities into four colours: red, blue, white and yellow. Since then, many businesses ask their employees to carry out a personality test which profiles their character into the different colours to show their strengths and weaknesses. We all have attributes of all colours, however, your results will show which colour you are most like.
Below there are links to 2 quizzes which are based around the Hartman Personality Profile, however, sometimes more colour categories have been added. The first you can complete on your own; the second you need an adult's opinion. NOTE: You DO NOT need to give your email to see results for the 2nd quiz - just click 'skip' and it will show your result.
Quiz 2 with adult: https://homeschoolon.com/the-color-personality-test-for-kids/ (Note: Spontaneous is spelt incorrectly)
Next... create a 'wordle' or 'word cloud'
Now you know what colour(s) you are most like and the personality traits that they represent, I want you to create a super easy wordle online which you can save if you wish or 'print screen', email or blog. Simply type in a list of personality traits you match with, e.g. kind caring sensitive... Don't use commas. Just write words out with a space in-between. It may say you haven't entered enough words - that just means you need to add some more. It does work once you have enough
Follow this link: http://www.edwordle.net/
You can learn how to edit your wordle e.g. changing colours, on the website.