PE: Have a go at one of the bbc supermovers videos (https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers)
Reading: Read the comprehension text London Marathon. Sadly, this year's marathon has been postponed but have a read of this text and then answer the questions. Write the answers into your book neatly, remembering to number each question. Choose the appropriate star level.
Maths: White Rose home learning. Watch lesson 1 video (Unit & non-unit fractions). This will consolidate the fractions work we did before school closed. Once you’ve watched the video to refresh your memory, complete the attached worksheet, writing your answers into your maths book. Answers are on the same page as the video.
You will work through these lessons this week. Remember, any problems, email Mrs Baker
PLEASE NOTE, YOU ARE LOOKING AT WEEK 1 THIS WEEK.
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Maths: White Rose Home Learning lesson 2 (Making the whole) Watch the video & complete the attached worksheet writing your answers into your maths book. Answers, once again, are on the same page as the video.
Reading: Using your current book, or one you’ve read recently, retell an event from the story as if you are a newspaper reporter and you are writing a newspaper article. Write this into your English book; edit the work carefully once you are happy with what you’ve written. Remember all those features we talked about that need to be included: Headline, subheading, photo and caption, past tense, third person & quotes.
I’d love to see any finished newspaper reports.
GAPS: Complete the questions on page 24, 26 or 28 entitled 'Using conjunctions to express time, place and cause'.
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Maths: White Rose Home Learning lesson 3 (Tenths) WEEK 1 Watch the video & complete the attached worksheet writing your answers into your maths book. Answers, once again, are on the same page as the video.
Reading: Looking through one page of a book; it can be any book your parents allow, list the different types of words: verbs, nouns, adverbs, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions and conjunctions. Are there any words you are not sure of? Can you find this out? Remember, it will sometimes depend on the context.
PE: Have you tried Jo Wicks yet? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8&feature=emb_rel_pause
Have a go and see how you feel after the half an hour workout.
Spelling: Choose 6 of your suffix words from last week and write them out using different coloured pencils for each letter. E.g. environment.
Now split them up into syllables en-vir-on-ment.
This should make it easier to remember how to spell the word.
Once you think you can spell them, get someone in your house to test you on each of them.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE CHILDREN ARE TO DO AS MUCH AS THEY CAN BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO CONSIDER IS THEIR HEALTH- WE WANT THEM TO BE HAPPY AT HOME, NOT STRESSED BY THE WORK THEY ARE DOING.
DO EMAIL ME ON THE EMAIL ADDRESS BELOW IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY DIFFICULTIES OR QUESTIONS AND I CAN COMMUNICATE DIRECTLY WITH YOUR CHILD.
Try to ensure that you take a break as you would do at school, if possible getting outside, and keep taking on fluids and fuel.
Maths: White Rose Home Learning lesson 4 (Count in Tenths) WEEK 1 Watch the video & complete the worksheet on the website writing your answers into your maths book. Answers, once again, are on the same page as the video.
Reading: Read the comprehension entitled Armed Forces Day and answer the questions. Write the answers into your book neatly, remembering to number each question. Choose the appropriate star level.
Spelling/ Handwriting: Using your 6 suffix words from yesterday, write them out along the line in your book as neatly as possible. You should be able to fit approximately 5 of the same word on each line. Remember, keep the small guys small (aeioucmnrsvwxz) and the tall guys tall (bdfhklt) and fall guys below the line (gjpqy)
Outdoor learning: Go on a nature hunt and see what you can find. Make a list of what you see; once you are back inside, look at your list and see if you can draw what you saw, remembering to name each one. E.g spider, butterfly etc. Put your drawings into your topic journal.
Reading: Knowing what you know about a book you have recently read, redesign the front cover of the book. How different might it be to the published front cover? Are you going to focus on the same character, or do you think another character might be better? Will the background be the same? How will you keep the same meaning/content of the story?
GAPs: Using conjunctions to express time, place and cause. Page 25, 27 or 29
Spanish Language Angels: kegworth kegworth https://www.languageangels.com/schools/
Login to Spanish Language Angels and Select Spanish, Early Language Teaching and go to the (Animals los animales) Lesson 2.
Work through the animals on the Powerpoint and then have a go at the interactive games below the video.
Outdoor learning: The weather is forecast to be good this weekend. Get outside if you can and enjoy yourselves. 😉
Have a wonderful Easter break. Rest and play with your family and take care.