Maths starter activity:
As before, write down your score in the back of your maths book. Can you beat your best score? Hopefully, by now you are ready to focus on the x3 and x4 tables. Perhaps, you could even try the x8 (which is just double x4).
More maths revision of important written calculations this week (still keeping to adding and subtracting)
Watch this video to help with today’s lesson:
GOAL: Famous Landmarks in Paris
Paris is the capital city of France and is full of wonderful places for tourist to visit. I would like you to carry out a little research and write notes on several different tourist attractions in Paris. Remember, notes are not paragraphs, you should use bullet points of facts. You’ll also need a short introduction. Obviously, you’ll include the Eiffel Tower. So, here is an example of what that research could look like:
France’s capital city is Paris. This enormous city of more than 2 million people is one of the best places in the world for tourists to explore. It if full of incredible sights and things to do.
- Designed by Gustav Eiffel
- Built for the World Fair in 1889 and meant to be a temporary structure!
- It weighs over 10,000 tons and has 18,000 iron sections. There are 2.5 million bolts.
- At 324 metres high, it was the world’s tallest building until the Empire State Building was built.
- There are 360 steps (or a lift) to the first floor.
- On the second floor, the Jules Verne restaurant has amazing views.
You’ll be using this information over the coming days.
Great website for Paris tourist sites: