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1) The Roman Legacy
The word legacy means to show something that is part of your history or that remains from an earlier time.
Today, we are going to have a look at what the Romans did for us, how they influenced us and what impact they have made.
What did the Romans do for us?
Did you know that the calendar we use today is more than 2,000 years old?
Here is the Roman Calendar but three months are missing! Can you help me find the correct month for May, June and July in the Roman Calendar. Look at the words below, what clues might help us?
I noticed that ...
Some of the months we know today are named after Roman Gods and Roman rulers:
January is named after the Roman God Janus
March is named after the Roman God Mars.
May is named after the Roman Goddess Maia.
July is named after the Roman ruler Emperor Julius Caesar.
August is named after the Roman ruler Emperor Augustus Caesar.
3) Roman Numeral
Watch this video about ‘Roman Numerals’ so you can decode the numbers below: (skip to 1.34)
I noticed that ...
Check your answers using the table below:
Follow the pattern and see if you can work out what these numbers might be in Roman Numerals.
Joke: What room does not have a door?
Answer: A mushroom!
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1) Practice more of your times tables on J2blast.
Ordering and comparing 2-digit and 3-digit numbers
What is the same/ difference between these two numbers?
I know … because ...
We can use these words and sign to compare these numbers.
63 > 36
63 is greater than 36.
Now you try:
41 __ 27 41 is _______ than 27.
22 __ 35 22 is _______ than 35.
62 __ 62 62 is ___________ 62.
Order these numbers from smallest to greatest:
87, 13, 38, 91
Compare these numbers. The first one is done for you.
1. 343 < 434 343 is less than 434.
2. 329 239 329 is _______ than 239.
3. 201 200 + 1 201 is __________ 200 + 1.
4. __ __ __ < 300 __ __ __ is ________ than 300.
5. __ __ __ > 487 __ __ __ is ________ than 487.
6. 707 > _____ > 695
Order these numbers. The first one has been done for you.
Orna thinks that 570 and 507 are equal to each other. Is she correct? Explain how you know.
570 = 507
Riddle: Where can you find cities, towns, shops, and streets but no people.
1) Let’s refresh our memory. Watch this video about 'Debugging'.
We are going to practice some debugging! Click on the image below and start practicing.
Look at the line of coding below. What is the bug? What block command do you need to change to debug this line of coding?
Great work today!
Remember you should be aiming to read for at least 20-30 minutes every day, either on Active Learn (Bug Club) or with a book.
Today’s story is read by the author David Walliams. He reads the story of ‘Brian Wrong’ an extract from his book ‘Elevenses.’ Click the image below to listen to him read an extract from his book. Let’s unwind and enjoy.
(The answer to lunch time’s riddle is… A Map! )