Home learning: 03 July 2020
Good morning, Year 3 and 4!
It’s Friday! Hope you’ve all had a happy, healthy, and successful week.
How did you find yesterday’s challenge to send questions in? Thank you to Evie for her super questions. Can you answer them?
- Who introduced social distancing?
- What will social distancing do?
- How do Myra and Jagrati kept in touch with their grandparents?
- At school are there more or less pupils?
- Why do you think Myra and Jagrati put on the play?
- What three things have the government asked people to do?
For today’s reading session it is Love of reading.
In class, we’d usually have a Love of Reading session each week where we read something
that we love. Adults use the time to read with children.
Today, I’d like you to…
● Get really comfy: wear some thick socks, a dressing gown or wooly jumper. Sit somewhere soft and relaxing.
● Turn all electronic devices off: TVs, radios, computers, phones, tablets, etc.
● Spend some quality time reading with each other. Read aloud, take it in turns, put on voices for characters, re-read things to improve how you’re reading them.
● Talk about what you’re reading. Which are the best bits? Why? Does it remind you of other things you’ve read or watched? Do you know anything about parts of it from other knowledge that you have? What do you think of the characters? What will happen next? Why do you think that?
It’s challenge Friday! Head over to BBC Bitesize for today’s maths challenge.
Living and Learning: I can make healthy choices
This week, our living and learning statement has been all about making healthy choices. It is often easier to make healthy choices with our food and our body – we know to eat healthily and to exercise but what about a healthy mind? That is just as important!
Today, we’re thinking about keeping our minds healthy. Follow some of the links below and have a go at some activities.
03 July 2020 : Home learning
Year 1 : Watch the lesson from Oak Academy reviewing subtraction : https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-subtract-two-digit-numbers-and-ones/activities/2
Year 2 : Watch the video from Oak Academy for some more challenging Year 2 subtraction : https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-apply-subtraction-strategies-to-solve-equations/activities/2
Challenge : Have a go at some more subtractions.
Choose a sound from the orange sound mat (Phase 3). Have a look in magazines or newspapers for any words that have that sound in them. You could make a poster with the words or write the words in a list.
Have a go at the animal sound bingo game : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucuXAYMYttc&authuser=1
Challenge : Make your own sound/listening bingo game.
03 July 2020: Home Learning
Final learning of the week……….
Year 5 and 6 maths
Your learning for today is about fractions of amounts.
It’s Friday and today I would like you to chill, relax and enjoy reading. It could be your own book, magazine, online article or anything else you find interesting to read.
Can you summarise (in writing or verbally) to someone in your household what you’ve read today?
Follow this BBC Bitesize lessons all about evolution.
02 July 2020: Home Learning
We’re nearly at the end of the week- I hope you’ve managed to stay happy, healthy and safe.
Year 5 and 6 maths
Your learning for today is about solving problems with fractions.
Complete this activity about apostrophes.
Living and Learning: I can make healthy choices.
Create a poster to promote a healthy lifestyle. You could include the following points:
- healthy eating
- positive mental health
02 July 2020 : Home learning
Use a number line to complete the subtractions.
Have a go at these subtraction calculations.
53 – 7 =
49 – 5 =
66 – 15 =
32 – 15 =
97 – 50 =
70 – 42 =
Words are everywhere. We hear, see and discover new words everyday.
Complete the table below and become word explorers.
Watch the video about how your hear : https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgdmsbk/articles/zkdkmfr
Go in your garden, if you can, or sit near an open window. Close your eyes for 1 minute and listen to the sounds you can hear.
Challenge : Write a list of the things that you heard.
02 July 2020: Home learning
Good morning everyone. Is it really Thursday already? What is your new healthy choice for today? (Don’t forget that you can look back to Monday’s post for ideas!)
Let’s all have a boogie to the 8x table!
Year3: Today we are going to be looking at methods to help us solve addition and subtraction problems. You may be familiar with the RUCSAC method. Can you remember what each of the letters stand for when helping us to solve mathematical word problems? Click on the slideshow to find out.
Year 4: As we continue to work on fractions, in today’s video lesson we are looking at subtracting fractions from a whole number.
Reading: By now we’ve read the text for three days so you should be very familiar with it. Remember to read the text again out loud to develop your fluency. Then, write some of your own comprehension questions for Mrs Rowley and Mrs Welsby to answer. Try and include some retrieval, interpret and choice question – like we have in our RIC style questions. Please send them in, like Joe did last week, and we can add them into tomorrow’s post.
RE: Today we are learning about the scared text of Christianity with Miss Dhillon from the Oak National Academy.
01 July 2020 : Home learning
Well, July is here and a massive WELL DONE if you are still slogging on with home learning!
Watch the video about fact families : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT2Wdo6g-Rw
Write the whole fact family (two addition and two subtraction) for each part whole model.
eg : 10 + 6 = 16
6 + 10 = 16
16 – 10 = 6
16 – 6 = 10
Filp the calculation to make 4 more calculations
eg : 16 = 10 + 6
16 = 6 + 10
6 = 16 – 10
10 = 16 – 6
Jerome (from the Word Collector story) loved collecting words that were short and sweet, two-syllable treats or multi-syllable words.
Write and cut each word into syllables : whisper, savour, dream, smudge, breeze, peace, electric, glimmer, dream, wonderful, marvellous.
Challenge : choose some words of your own to split into syllables
Create a piece of art work using words.
01 July 2020: Home learning
Pinch, punch, first of the month – can’t believe we’re in July already! Let’s start the month with a workout that reminds us of nouns and noun phrases.
What is your new healthy choice for today? (Don’t forget that you can look back to Monday’s post for ideas!)
Year 3: In this lesson you will learn some efficient methods for solving addition and subtraction problems using three-digit numbers. The activities will teach you written methods for addition and subtraction, often called ‘column methods’. However, sometimes it makes more sense to solve some additions and subtractions using a mental method. The problems in this lesson all involve adding or subtracting multiples of ten, and the numbers are chosen carefully so that you can use a mental method to solve them.
Year 4: In today’s video lesson, we are looking at subtracting fractions.
Science: This week we are learning about the life cycle of a plant. Here’s the video lesson from Oak National Academy. (I think I might have posted the wrong one last week – sorry!)
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01 July 2020: Home Learning
Year 5 and 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 multiplying mixed numbers.
Watch this video and read about colons.
Then, complete this activity.
Living and Learning: I can make healthy choices
On Monday, we looked at healthy eating. Yesterday, we did some exercise to make our bodies healthy.
Today, we’re thinking about keeping our minds healthy.
Follow some of the links below and have a go at some activities.
30 June 2020: Home learning
Happy Tuesday! How are you feeling today? As it’s the final day of June, why not start the day with a disco challenge?
What is your new healthy choice for today?
Year 3: In today’s lesson, you will learn how to subtract three-digit numbers. If the numbers are too high or too difficult to subtract in your head, write them down in columns. Separate the numbers into ones, tens and hundreds. List the numbers in a column and always start with the ones first. You don’t need to print the worksheets if you don’t want to – write the calculations in your books. Be careful to line the columns up correctly.
Grammar: Apostrophes for possession. A possessive apostrophe shows that something belongs to or is connected to something else. Watch this BBC clip to learn how to use possessive apostrophes . There are two follow up activities also on this link:
1) Sorting activity
2) Identify singular or plural nouns in a sentence.