Week beginning: 27th April 2020
The children have a Maths and English task set daily and one Topic, Science and Spellings task which can be completed at any point over the week. Please scroll down to find the weekly activities at the bottom of this page.
2” then click on “Lesson 5: Calculate angles”
Watch the video and complete the activities attached.
Remember, you do not have to print the page, you can just write your answers on a piece of paper.
Parents can email: firstname.lastname@example.org for the answers.
Continuing with the extract we have been focusing on and complete Task 5: Create it
Thinking about the experiences of Bradley and Jeff, create a list of ways in which a class can make someone feel welcome, either a new student or someone who is finding school challenging.
What would make people feel welcome?
What behaviour would help someone to feel more confident and happier in a new space?
You can present this as a poster, a list, a leaflet, it is up to you.
Don’t forget to photograph your completed work and send it to: email@example.com
Problem solving and Reasoning.
Choose a task to complete from the options below, you may wish to complete more than one. They can be completed online interactively or option 1 can be completed using the print outs attached.
Option 1: Calendar Sorting- The months of the year are all muddled up, you have to put them in the right order. https://nrich.maths.org/10322
Option 2 (online only): Ducking and Diving- Your vessel, the Starship Diophantus, has become damaged in deep space. Can you use your knowledge of times tables and some lightning reflexes to survive? https://nrich.maths.org/14253
Option 3 (online only): Missing Multipliers- The multiplication square below has had all its headings and answers hidden. All of the headings are numbers from 2 to 12. By clicking on some of the cells to reveal the answers, can you work out what the headings must be? - https://nrich.maths.org/mobile
Read the first page on the document attached and complete Activity 1.
You can present your ideas as a list, spider diagram or however you wish.
Follow the link and click on “Summer Term Week 2 (w/c 27th April)” then complete Lesson 1 - Angles in special quadrilaterals.
Remember you do not need to print the document; you can complete it on a piece of paper by simply writing the answers.
Continuing with the work from yesterday, complete task 2.
Read through the document attached and write your own “Magical Door” poem, there is an example included in the document.
Remember to send your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I would love to share some of your work in our Byfleet Buzz newsletter.
Follow the link and click on “Summer Term Week 2 (w/c 27th April)” then complete Lesson 2 - Angles in regular polygons.
Continuing with the theme of a magic door, explore and design your own door.
Examples can be found on the document attached.
You may wish to complete it electronically.
Follow the link and click on “Summer Term Week 2 (w/c 27th April)” then complete Lesson 3- Problem solving.
Remember to show all your working out and work through the problems systematically. To find some answers, you may be required to investigate and follow multiple steps.
Complete activity 4: Idioms.
Explore what an idiom is and commonly used idioms. Discover what they mean.
Challenge: Can you think of any other idioms you know?
Practise your spellings daily using one of the activities from our school's spelling approach:
Last week we began to look at the function of our essential organs.
This week you will be focusing on the circulatory system in more detail.
Then, read through the power point attached.
Complete the activity attached, there are 3 options, you only need to complete 1, each option will have a * at the top.
*- some word there to help you already
** - less words to help you
***- challenging but you can use the word mats to help
Last week we began our new Topic: Ancient Greece.
You my read through this information to recap: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z87tn39/articles/zxytpv4
This week we will focus on what democracy meant for Ancient Greece.
Begin by thinking about what it means today? How do we have democracy in the UK? What about in school?
Read through the PowerPoint attached.
Complete the sheet comparing democracy in Ancient Greece to today. There are 3 options of activity sheets, each option has a different amount of stars at the top, please only complete one option.
Login to Purple Mash and complete the Positive Emotions task set under 2do.