Mystery Word 10 – Solution

This week’s mystery word was ‘foot’. Well done to Lewis (5/6 M) for being the first to submit this word. He wins this week’s raffle ticket. This concludes ‘Mystery Word’ for the term.  

Here are this week’s solutions from our experts, Isabelle and Jamie: 

Ole oboe ore orb obe too toe toll tell tore troll tool lob lobe loot looter lot let left lift loof for fob fell felt foot footer fort forte fore floret floor fret fool fro foe bet boo boot bolt bolter blot bore bell belt bolero bole boor elf robot reboot rot roll role rob robe ref roof roe ret.

BTN – Nuclear Summit


What did you learn from watching this BTN story? Share your thoughts on whether this will make the world safer.
Why do a lot of people think a treaty is a good idea? What do you think?

Note to Year 5/6s: If the video does not play on your device, visit the BTN website (link). If the video still does not work on your device you will need to investigate with your mum and dad that your system and browsers are up-to-date. In the meantime, you can see Mr C for a transcript.

 

Mystery Word 9 – Solution

This week’s mystery word was ‘diary’. Well done to everyone who submitted an entry. Now Alexis (5/6 SC) was first to enter ‘diary’, but she also entered a word twice. Ariella (5/6 M) was next to submit the word, but she also entered more than 5 words. Rules are rules. So well done to Harrison (5/6 M) who wins this week’s raffle ticket.  

Now to our Mystery Word experts, Jamie and Isabelle, for the rest of this week’s possible words:

Rode ride rides rider riders rid rids red reds ray rays rad roe roes rod rods road roads rise riser risers rose rosier rosy rosary raise raised raiser redo rare raid raids raider raiders ryè rear seats roar roars roared radio radios dye dyes dyer dry dryer dryers die dies dries day days does dose doe doer dairy diary dare dares dear dears deary dire daisy dreary dory yes yard yards era eras ear ears easy err errs ire idea ideas aid aids aide aides aider air airs aired airy arise arose arid are aside adore adòres ardor ardors ado Syria sad sore soar soared sorry said sir sire sired soy soya say sari sod side sear sea ore ores ored ode odes oar oars oared order orders

BTN – What is a Treaty (Week 7)

Why do a lot of people think a treaty is a good idea? What do you think?

Note to Year 5/6s: If the video does not play on your device, visit the BTN website (link). If the video still does not work on your device you will need to investigate with your mum and dad that your system and browsers are up-to-date. In the meantime, you can see Mr C for a transcript.

 

Brains On! The wonderful weirdness of water

Brains On! The podcast for children & curious adults.

The wonderful weirdness of water: We explore some of the weird things water can do, like move against gravity! Or cut right through rock! We learn some of the reasons why water is so weird and fill you in on how you can learn more about the water in your neighbourhood.

BTN – Lab Grown Meat (Week 6)

Should lab-grown meat be called meat, or something else and would you try it?

Note to Year 5/6s: If the video does not play on your device, visit the BTN website (link). If the video still does not work on your device you will need to investigate with your mum and dad that your system and browsers are up-to-date. In the meantime, you can see Mr C for a transcript.