08 July 2020: Home Learning
How did you get on with the virtual sports day, yesterday? I hope you had fun doing it.
Year 5/6 maths
Use the Topmarks website to play ‘Hit the button.’ Put your times table knowledge to the test.
Your learning for today is about comparing and ordering decimals.
Read the story ‘The man who moved a mountain’ and answer the questions. You can choose which level you want to do. The answers are below the questions.
Your learning today is all about science – specifically, insulators and conductors. Watch this video lesson to find out more.
08 July 2020: Home learning
Happy Wednesday – you’re halfway through your penultimate week.
In today’s lesson, we will be applying our knowledge of adding and subtracting mass from yesterday, as well as how to accurately read scales, and to solve problems involving mass.
Have you ever wondered where mountains come from or who they belong to? Find out about the man who bought a mountain in today’s story and comprehension. Again, there are three challenges for you to choose from.
In this lesson, we will be learning about the church – the place of worship in Christianity. You will learn about the features of a church and also look at two very famous churches in England.
08 July 2020 : Home learning
Have a go at the word problems subtracting 2 digit numbers from 2 digit numbers.
Read the Sports Day text again. Answer the questions.
Design your own sports day medal or certificate. You could award it to yourself, if you took part in the virtual sports day yesterday, or award it to someone in your family.
Home learning: 07 July 2020
Have you ever fancied being a detective? Every time you infer something that you have read, you are being a reading detective. Today, your reading task is a “Whodunnit” story. Whodunnits are a story where the reader acts as a detective to find clues and solve the crime. When you have read the text, you need to complete a deductions sheet much like a real detective. You’ll need to think carefully about each of the suspect’s alibis. Finally, bring all of the clues together to make a deduction about who committed the crime. I’ll post the answers tomorrow.
Again, there are three different possibly challenge levels. Choose the challenge that you think is right for you.
Today, we are continuing our learning about mass here with Oak National Academy. In this lesson, we will begin to add and subtract mass, including regrouping the values. We will use the partitioning strategy as a process to add or subtract the mixed-units (kg and g).
Have a look at Mrs Latham’s post all about PE under the homework page- it’s West Yorkshire’s School Games Virtual Sports Day.
07 July 2020: Home Learning
Today is Virtual sports day! Have a go at some of the activities posted by Mrs Latham.
Year 5/6 maths
Your learning for today is about rounding decimals.
Have a go at this BBC Bitesize lesson to improve your knowledge of how to understand texts and unfamiliar words.
PE: virtual sports day
07 July 2020 : Whole school home learning (Let’s get sporty!)
Whole school sporting activities
07 July 2020 : Home learning
Enjoy our virtual sports day today!
Subtract the 2 digit numbers from the 2 digit numbers. Show your answer by drawing tens and ones, part wholes, bar models or number lines. are there any you can do without drawing, using what you know about subtraction?
73 – 20 =
88 – 44 =
51 – 11=
69 – 27 =
85 – 22 =
25 – 14 =
36 – 12 =
42 – 10 =
19 – 18 =
94 – 53 =
Watch the video about the Sports Day non-fiction text : https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cY1vog5FJH
06 July 2020 : Home learning
We’re getting sporty this week! We would’ve had our school sports day by now so we thought some sporty challenges this week would be good. There is also a ‘virtual school sports day’ that West Yorkshire School Games have organised.
Weekly spellings :
Y1 : take, late, gaze, flake, came, chase, even, delete
Y2 : copy, copied, copier, happy, happier, happiest, happiness, cry, crying, cried
Times tables : Choose any times tables and division facts that you want to work on.
Watch the slideshow about subtracting 2 two digit numbers : https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cY1voY5FEG
Subtract the 2 digit numbers from the 2 digit numbers. Represent the greatest number as tens and ones and then cross out the number that you are subtracting.
53 – 21 =
48 – 15 =
67 – 32 =
39 – 12 =
85 – 24 =
Read the text about Sports Day.
Find the key vocabulary : Sports Day, May, June, July (there are all proper nouns so begin with a capital letter). Watch the video about proper nouns : https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zpd8ng8
Challlenge : Think of, find or write some more proper nouns. Remember they all need a capital letter.
Personal best challenge : Choose a skill or activity that you will work on every day and try to improve your personal best. Do the activity for one minute and count how many times you can do it in that time. It could be skips, star jumps, squats or anything you choose.
06 July 2020: Home Learning
This is now the penultimate week before the summer holidays. I hope you’re all keeping happy, healthy and safe.
Year 5/6 maths
We will be continuing to look at fractions this week, but we will also be introducing the idea of decimals.
Your learning for today is about decimals as fractions.
Read this article from First News and answer the comprehension questions.
Your learning today is design technology. Complete this video lesson from BBC Bitesize.
Home Learning: 06 July 2020
Good morning, Year 3 and 4. Are you ready for another week of home learning?
Here is your learning for today.
Head to Oak National Academy to learn all about measures. In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of reading scales and our understanding of mass to compare and order different values.
Have you ever seen the film “How to train your dragon?” well today, your reading task is a comprehension task all about training dragons? I wonder if they have the same ideas.
Today, head to Oak National Academy to learn more about plants. In this lesson, we will learn about how plants transport water internally and watch this in an experiment.