Wednesday 24th February
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.
Let’s Explore the words!
Go back through the text and underline any words you don’t know the meaning of.
We’re going to investigate some of the words from the text.
7 are done for you.
- Which other words have you underlined?
- Which of the 2 pictures represent the word above them?
There are 4 sentences. Copy the sentence and include the correct word from the original list.
There are now 3 words that you haven’t used. Now think up a sentence to include these words.
Start todays lesson with five in five
If you have managed to complete all the questions have a go at todays challenge. There are only 6 questions but this time so of the measurements involve fractions.
Today’s activity is based on the terminology we use in Punctuation and Grammar.
Remember I give a house point to anyone who scores 90% or above.
Please make sure you have your copy of – The Boy at the Back of the Class and login to our Guided Reading Zoom session.
Zoom details at the top of the page.
We will be reading chapter 7.
Page 1 – Objective and Success Criteria
Page 2 – What is a database?
Page 3 – Creating records for a database
Page 4 – How quickly can you order and sort your records
Page 5 – Use your records to answer questions
Page 6 – You may know the answers to most of these.
What is a field? For databases this is one single piece of information.
So our cards have 5 fields. (This includes the animals name)
Page 7 – How confident are you?
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:
- Sharm El-Sheik is a popular holiday destination. If possible, look at some holiday brochures. We can usually find some online. Can you find details about the location, weather, hotels, activities and price?
- Create a word wall of amazing vocabulary linked to this week’s image.
- Not all walls are physical. Can you think of any examples? Have you ever heard someone say they’ve hit the wall during a run?
- A mural is a painting or piece of art applied directly onto a wall. Design a mural for a wall at school or for a wall in your bedroom!
- Read and research famous walls built in the past.
- The walls in our homes are positioned to separate the different rooms. The distance all the way around the edge of one of your rooms is called the perimeter. Measure the perimeter of one of your rooms.
The learning at home page has more details for each task.