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Thursday 7th July 2021

Our last day of home learning!

Maths: we are challenging ourselves today working with finding fractions of amounts.

Spellings: practise your spellings for tomorrow’s test.

regularly

occasionally

frequently

usually

rarely

perhaps

maybe

certainly

possibly

probably

Reading: reread the text yesterday and answer the vocabulary questions.

English: today we are proof-reading and editing our writing.

RE: today we are looking at the events in Holy Week watch the video to find out more. Holy Week and Easter explained with LEGO - Bing video

You are going to produce a piece of writing, choose from the following topics. You may need to so some extra research.

PE: I don’t know about you but isolation has got me feeling like I’ve got  Muppet Sing Along | Cabin Fever | The Muppets - Bing video . Your PE task today is to create a dance to this song. I cannot wait to see what you come up with!

Maths Work

Reading Work

RE

Wednesday 7th July 2021

Maths: we are continuing our work on finding a fraction of a set of objects to consolidate our knowledge.

Reading: read the text and answer the questions.

Spelling: can you write a song or a poem to help you learn your spellings. Think about the difficulty song from Matilda.

regularly

occasionally

frequently

usually

rarely

perhaps

maybe

certainly

possibly

probably

 

English: today we are finishing writing our explanation text. Once you have finished start to reread your work and look out for spelling and punctuation errors.

Art: find some objects either in the garden or around the house. Can you design a piece of art to show your emotions?

Maths Work

Reading Work

Tuesday 6th July 2021

Maths: today we are continuing our work on finding fractions of a set of objects. The sheet today is working with money and perimeter. The perimeter is the distance all the way around the outside of a 2D shape. To work out the perimeter, add up the lengths of all the sides.

Spelling: write a sentence for each of your spelling words.

 regularly

occasionally

frequently

usually

rarely

perhaps

maybe

certainly

possibly

probably

Reading: read the text and answer the questions.

English: today we are continuing to write our explanation text. Use your plan to help write the next two paragraphs.

PE: have a go at this workout.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tRCBPk4NMQ

Computing: your task today is to explore adding a background and sound to your animation. Please message Miss Quinlan if you need your Purple Mash password.

Maths Work

Reading Work

Monday 5th July

Maths: today we are continuing our work from Friday on finding the fractions of a set of objects.
Reading: read the text and answer the questions.

Spelling: this week’s spelling are adverbials of frequency and possibility (we can use these in our explanation texts). Your spelling task today is to write out your words and use a dictionary to find out the meaning of your spellings.

regularly

occasionally

frequently

usually

rarely

perhaps

maybe

certainly

possibly

probably

 

English: today we are starting to write our explanation text. We are writing the following paragraphs:

  1. What is a pupil?
  2. How do you get a teacher’s attention.

Use your plan and the sentences we wrote on Friday to help you. Use the writing guide to ensure your sentences and tone is like the example. Challenge yourself to use a wide range of sentences to make your writing stand out.

Science: today we are looking at condensation and evaporation have look at the BBC Bitesize web page. Your task is to produce an information poster to people of condensation and evaporation. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkgg87h/articles/zydxmnb

Maths Work

Reading Work

English Work

Friday 1st July 2021

Maths: today we are looking at fractions for a set of objects. Remember what we have learnt about fractions and use it for today’s work.

English: today we are going to be generating sentences to use for in our explanation text. Can you write sentences which include:

  • Fronted adverbial
  • Time adverbial
  • Subordinate clause and subordinating conjunction
  • Simile

Reading: read the text and answer the questions. 

Spelling: test yourself on today’s and let know how you get on.

PSHE: we have been looking at how to look after our mental health and discussing some strategies. Today you task is to practise some strategies here are some examples:

  • Mindfulness doodling
  • Read a book
  • Yoga
  • Exercise
  • Colouring

Maths Work

Reading Work

Thursday 1st July

Maths: today we are looking at fractions on number line. Join Miss Quinlan on Zoom at 10:30 to find out more.

Reading: today we are reading a poem called ‘The Crocodile’ first complete the pre-reading work then read the poem and complete the questions.

Spellings: practise your spellings for your test tomorrow.

famous

nervous

ridiculous

carnivorous

herbivorous

porous

adventurous

courageous

outrageous

advantageous


English: we are finishing planning our explanation text. We are generating ideas for the following paragraphs:

  • Tell me how pupils work in the classroom, how do you complete your work, how do you know you’ve done a good job?
  • What is playtime, what is lunchtime, how often do you get to go outside.
  • Sum up what a pupil is.

 

PE:  follow the link for a workout which you can do at home. Challenge can you make up your own Joe Wick’s style workout? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhHY8mOQ5eo

RE: Our big question for this topic is ‘Why is Jesus inspiring to some Christians?’ Today we are going to be looking at the Beatitude which formed part of a sermon which Jesus old his followers on the mount. Take a look at the Beatitudes and then rewrite them your own words then create an emoji for each one.

Maths Work

Reading Work

Wednesday 30th June 2021

Maths: today we are looking at dividing 1 and 2 digits by 100. Join Miss Quinlan on Zoom at 10:30 to learn more.

 

Reading: today we are reading the poem ‘I wondered lonely as a cloud’. Before you read complete the pre-reading questions. When answering the questions after reading the text make sure you underline the key words in the question.

 

Spelling: Spelling: our spelling rule this week is adding the suffix -ous (words ending in ‘e’ drop the ‘e’ but not the ‘ge). Make sure understand the meaning of each word. Your spelling task today is to write out your spellings and draw a picture for each word. I cannot wait to see your pictures!

famous

nervous

ridiculous

carnivorous

herbivorous

porous

adventurous

courageous

outrageous

advantageous

 

  English: today we are making a start on planning our explanation text entitled: How to be a pupil.

Draw a mindmap for each of the following statements to generate ideas for your paragraph:

  1. What is a pupil and how do you become one?
  2. How do you get a teacher’s attention, do you get a chance to speak in lesson, how do you get that chance 

 

Art: When someone is experiencing distressing emotions, it can easily feel like they are stuck and it will last forever. However, just like the weather is always changing so to are our emotions. You may not always be able to change your feelings, just like you can’t change the weather, they will change again, and things will be different. Think about weather and what emotions each type would represent then draw a picture of the weather on a landscape that shows how you are feeling today.

Maths Work

Reading Work

Tuesday 29th June 2021

Maths: today we are consolidating our learning on hundredths. Work through the worksheets and remember to 1 tenth is equivalent (same as) to 10 hundredths.

 

Spelling: our spelling rule this week is adding the suffix -ous (words ending in ‘e’ drop the ‘e’ but not the ‘ge). Make sure understand the meaning of each word. Your spelling task today is to write a sentence for each of your spelling words.

famous

nervous

ridiculous

carnivorous

herbivorous

porous

adventurous

courageous

outrageous

advantageous

 

English: we are looking at word classes today. Please complete the sheet. As a challenge write your own sentences and identify the different word classes within the sentence.

Adjective – describe a noun (a person place or thing).

Adverb – describes a verb (a doing or action word).

Preposition – describes where or where something is.

Verb – doing or action word.

Conjunction – helps to create a longer sentence by joining clauses together.

Pronoun – refer to people or a thing without using their name.

Determiner – used before a noun to show which particular example of the noun you are talking about.

Noun – is a person place or thing.  

 

PE: today you are going to be building upon our work from last week. You are creating a game with the aim to practise one of the skills we have learning for cricket. You can choose from:

Overarm throw

Underarm throw

Catching the ball using the crocodile hands

Hitting the ball

The long barrier stop (fielding technique)

Two handed pick up and throw (fielding technique)

Explain the rules of your game and think about how to teach it to your friends.

 

Computing: we are continuing our work on animation. Today we are going to be looking at using the Onion Skin tool. The purpose of this tool is to shadow your picture onto the next frame to allow you to create a new image whilst looking at your old image. Have a go at creating a bouncing ball animation using this tool. If you need your Purple Mash password, please message Miss Quinlan.

Maths Work

English Work