The problems are slightly different today. Additional information and solutions will be sent via mail.
What is computer code?
I previously set you a challenge to find out what an algorithm is. This time can you find out what a computer code is? Follow the link on BBC Bitesize to find out more and the have a go at writing one yourself.
Can you set out a route around your garden or a room in your house and write a procedure to get from one place to another? Test it out on someone in your home. Ask them to be a robot and see if they can follow the procedure as you read it to them. Have you been very clear?
Have a look at Purple Mash for the 2 Dos and see if you can use a computer code: Fun with Fish; Turtle; Guard the Castle and Snail.
If your child is really confident with this, there are additional problem solving activities which I will send via email.
Being a good friend
I am sure you all miss seeing and playing with your friends but I hope you are managing to keep in touch with some of them in different ways. What makes a good friend? Follow the link to find out what some children think. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhmpnrd. Think about your friends and what you do and complete the activities.
Thinking about who your friends are
Who do you play with or talk to regularly in school?
Draw pictures of them and write their names.
Think about what Bill and Owen said about things they share.
Write down the things you share with your friends and the games you like playing together.
How can I be a good friend?
Try this activity thinking about your friendships at different times of your day when you were in school.