Good morning Brainstorms. Hope you had a lovely day yesterday! I am sure you would agree with me that it was an extremely hot day. I had to pop to the shops to get an ice lolly to cool my inner self down as I walked in the scotching heat.
I believe it’s going to be another hot one today. J-J.NB sent this in for National Writing Day:
Here are today’s tasks:
English: – William Shakespeare grew up in the town of Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire. His family were rich so he went to a good school and grew up to be a playwright. He wrote different types of plays – histories, tragedies and comedies.
Follow the link to learn more about William Shakespeare, including where he came from and how he became famous.
Maths: In today’s lesson, you will learn to calculate the volume of cubes and cuboids. To do so, we’ll need to use the correct unit of measurement for finding the volume of fixed of a fixed object, called cubic units.
So today, we’ll be using cubic centimetres (cm³) and cubic metres (m³) to measure the the volume of the cubes and cuboids. Find out more in the slideshows below.
Science: Sounds travel as invisible sound waves down our ear to our ear drum.
Once the sound waves hit our ear drum, the vibrations send a message to our brain which converts it into sound.
Depending on these vibrations, our brain is able to tell the:
- Pitch – How high or low the sound is
- Volume – How loud or quiet the sound is
Find out more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/ztk796f