The next step with our learning on perimeter is to use square to calculate the length around the outside of the shape. This objective is a recap to work from Year 4 so you might be familiar with the idea.
For our Grammar work today we are beginning to think about relative clauses. To begin this work, we will be revising how to identify a main clause. A main clause is a clause that contains a subject and a verb. Main clauses make sense on their own. 'I like bananas. ' is a simple sentence which is made up of a main clause. The subject is bananas and the verb is like.
For page 51, underline the main clause; the part that makes sense on it's own.
Page 53 introduces relative pronouns. All relative clauses begin with a relative pronoun. Add the correct relative pronoun to the sentences. Next week we shall move on to writing some sentences with relative pronouns.
I would like you to choose another of the tasks from Hour of Code for this afternoon. I know many of you are really enjoying these.