Wednesday 10th February
Apologies to all who could not get on today.
I asked the children who were present and they all agreed that we should do our Zoom tomorrow.
So it will be at 1.30 tomorrow afternoon.
Here is the code:
928 5268 1189
I've double checked it.
I will put the code on again tomorrow, just wanted to give you advance warning.
Joe Wicks continues his daily exercise routines. Today either spend 20 minutes doing his latest workout or go onto the getset4PE and choose a couple of activities.
Watch the first minute, what has happened?
What has caused this? Why?
How is the boy presented in the first scene, how does this change?
Use the video to write a story.
You have three choices – either:
a) Write a story from what happens in the video
b) Write a story from what happens next
c) Write a story to include what happens in the video and what happens next.
Use the video as your plan.
Remember that your story needs to have a problem.
It also needs to be at least one and half pages long. Can you challenge yourself to write two sides.
I am particularly interested in your use of paragraphs.
There are lots of scene changes and everyone of these should be a new paragraph.
I look forward to reading your finished stories.
Start todays lesson with five in five.
If you feel confident then you can attempt questions 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Challenge - Fraction Word Problems
Today’s activity is based on all aspects of Spag. There are 25 questions
As there are a lot of questions 70% or above = 1 house point, 90% or above = 2 house points, 100% = 3 house points.
Please make sure you have your copy of – The Boy at the Back of the Class and login to our Guided Reading Zoom session.
Use today’s computing lesson to play on internet legends.
Click on the link below:
Although this is a game, there is a serious side to it. With all your time online remember to stay safe.
On the main class page is a link to picture news. Click on the Picture News - newspaper and have a read.
Have a look at the other sections.
When you are ready click on the one that says Learning From Home. There are 6 ideas – choose 3 of them to have a go at. You can choose from:
- Imagine you are in a forest or wood. Create a setting description
- Estimate the age of a local tree. Can you create a timeline of events that have happened in your tree’s lifetime?
- Split a piece of paper into four, one section for each season. Draw what a deciduous tree would look like in each season.
- Design your very own tree house!
- Use home resource 1 to order and measure some leaves.
- Different parts of the world have different trees. Where might you find a rainforest? Can you name a type of tree found on each continent?
The learning at home page has more details for each task.