Good Morning Eagles! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Just as last week, you have been set some challenges to complete each day. Today, we are learning about the in- prefix in English, some more work on hundreths in Maths and we are learning how to greet someone in French! Just as previously, you can work straight from the page or there is a printable version of today's learning for you to download.
Have a fantastic day, I can't wait to see your great work!
This week, we are going to look at words that start with the prefix 'in-'.
What is a prefix?
A prefix is a string of letters that are added to the beginning of a root word, which changes its meaning. Each prefix has a meaning. The prefix ‘in-’ usually means not and creates an opposite word to the root word (antonym).
Now try the following activities to practice your new words:
Maths: Showing hundreths in fractions and decimals
Today we are going to be looking at how we show hundredths in fractions and decimals. Hundreths are smaller than 1 whole. We need 100 hundreths to make 1 whole. In school we normally us a place value grid to help us identify hundredths as decimals. Therefore, feel free to create your own place value chart to help you.
Now try the following tasks:
Today in French, we are going to learn how to greet people in different ways and at different times of the day!
First up, we have:
Bonjour means 'Good day'. Listen to the following sound file to get the correct pronunciation, then go and say 'Bonjour' to someone in your family!
How many times can you say 'Bonjour' in one minute? Set a timer and see!
Next up, we have the greeting;
Salut means 'Hi!'Who might you say Salut to? Listen to the following sound file to learn how to correctly say 'Salut' to greet someone
We can also greet someone in the evening/night time by using the following phrases:
You can learn how to say these by clicking the sound files below:
Now you have mastered how to greet someone in French, try learning the following greeting song!