It was lovely to speak to some of you on the phone recently or see you in school – and hopefully we can do that again soon.
Remember we are always here to help you.
Again, a huge ‘thank you and well done’ to everyone for completing your Purple Mash ‘to do’ tasks and having a go at the learning we have put on the website.
Don’t forget you can send your completed work or photographs to email@example.com and we will try to get as much as possible onto the school website for all to see!
Here is your Home Learning for this week: 18th May 2020. We hope you have a great week!
Please click on ‘Summer Term – Week 3’. You will need to scroll to the bottom of the page to find Week 3.
Y6 - Lesson 1 should be – Simplify Fractions
Y5 – Lesson 1 should be – Multiply 2 digit numbers (area model)
There is a video explaining the task and learning. For each lesson, there are a set of questions and answers. See the pdf documents below You can write the answers down, or tell the answer to a grown up or sibling. When you have completed all of the questions, check the answers to see if you were correct.
We have also set you some maths challenges to complete on Purple Mash, which can be accessed here:
Remember: Save your work once you have finished so your teacher can see it! To do this correctly, click on the exit and save button – you may need to save it to your file in the class folder.
Time for the next exciting instalment of our current book, ‘The Lost Myth of Mathos’. Will Mathos and Pegasus escape the clutches of the angry giant who has captured them?
Task 1: Read Chapter 3 and complete the multiple choice questions. These have been set as ‘to do’ tasks on Purple Mash.
Task 2: Complete the Lost Myth of Mathos activities on the school website. Mathos – Chapter 3 - Sequencing and Mathos SPAG.
Task 3: Have a go at the retrieval and inference question sheet - Mathos Retrieval and Inference. You can write your answers on paper, share your ideas with an adult or sibling or you can use a writing tool on Purple Mash to record them then save them in your folder.
Task 4: In Chapter 3, we have been introduced to the kraken, a colossal sea creature who is also looking for Perseus. Imagine that you have just had a sighting of an unusual looking mythical creature for the very first time. Can you write a detailed description of everything you saw and heard?
The EFLTrust are promoting a festival for KS2 children across the country. The Joy of Movement Festival is to be participated in on w/c 18th May 2020. Its aim is to engage children in fun physical activities and it is a chance to get the whole family involved. Using the booklet below, follow a series of fun activities to complete at your own pace and at a time to suit your family.
The EFL are encouraging you to celebrate the event on social media using #JOMHomeFestival for a chance to win £500 worth of sporting equipment for families/schools. Furthermore, at school, we would love to see you all getting involved and any photos/videos for the website would be great. Just send these to firstname.lastname@example.org . We cannot wait to see you getting involved and keeping active!
Choose one of the Anglo Saxon artefacts below and sketch it. Think about the size (perspective), the shapes and angles. Can you add tone and texture to your sketch? Think about the different drawing techniques you have learnt this year. Look at the drawing and shading techniques pdf to help you.
Have a go at continuing the story from the first sentence that has been given to you. Remember to include interesting openers, different sentence types to add interest and suspense and interesting vocabulary.
Can you complete the SPAG challenge sheet on ellipses?
English Uplevelling Challenge
Have a go at uplevelling the sentences on the activity sheet by adding in the features suggested.
Hello everyone. Have you been practising any French, while you have been at home ? Here is a simple, short song for you to learn, it will help with your pronunciation and communication skills . Listen to it first, then have a go at joining in. Good luck.
Stay safe, from Miss Dale