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Your focus today is word classes! We spoke about these not too long ago so hopefully you remember that...


Noun: name of a place, person or thing

Verb: a doing word

Adjective: a describing word

Adverb: a word that describes an action


Have a go at the quiz linked below.

Click on the icon for your group to find today's activities.


I can calculate volume of a cube/cuboid.


The volume is the amount of space a 3D-shape or object takes up. When thinking about amount of a liquid, you may see the term 'capacity' used- this is just another way of saying volume but it only applies to liquids!


Finding the volume of a cube or cuboid is very simple, you just have to follow a formula (rule):


length x height x width



So if I had a cuboid with a...

Length of 4cm

Height of 3cm

Width of 2cm


I would calculate the volume by...

4 x 3 x 2 = 

4 x 3 = 12

12 x 2 = 24


So, the volume of my cuboid is 24cm3

We measure in cubed units- you can remember to add the little 3 as you are multiplying 3 numbers together (with area you put a little 2 because you are multiplying 2 numbers together)




This afternoon, I want you to get up and get active! 

Once again, feel free to have a play around in your garden but I have linked a video below for you to follow if you would rather! 

P.E with Joe

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