Week beginning: 4th May 2020
The children have a Maths and English task set daily and one Topic, Science and possible other subjects which can be completed at any point over the week. Please scroll down to find the weekly activities at the bottom of this page.
Please keep up with daily reading - it could be a poem, a chapter of a book, a picture book read to your younger brother or sister or information on your favourite topic.
Watch a clip on the Iron Man that we studied in the Autumn term: (There are other great clips on there too):
Practise your spellings daily using one of the activities from our school's spelling approach.
See attached sheet – focus – words with –ure
Also, you can look at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zt62mnb/articles/z3jpk2p
Maths: See Purple Mash activity – 2D/3D shape sorting – log in to complete your task.
Maths: Right angles in shapes– see attached fluency task and look around your home for right angles.
English: Please see the attachment based on chapter 5.
Maths: Identifying 2D shapes:
Then complete sheet drawing 2D shapes.
English: Please see the attachment based on chapter 6.
Maths: What is an angle?
Then complete sheet greater than or less than a right angle.
English: Please see the attachment based on chapter 7.
Friday (Bank Holiday - optional learning):
Maths: Sorting 2D shapes:
2D shape – see attached reasoning and problem solving tasks.
English: Please see the attachment based on chapter 12.
See Purple Mash activity – The Water Cycle – log in to complete your task.
“The Rainforest” - Layers
Check out the Power point and play the action game using the cards provided.
See Purple Mash activity – Layers of the Rainforest – log in to complete your task.
Please see the attachments based on chapter 15 all about Friendship and optional activity sheets.
Please see the attachment based on chapter 9.
On Friday we celebrate 75 years since the ending of the Second World War.
You could listen to this song from Horrible Histories:
Maybe you could have a family celebration at home.
How about designing a medal? Captain Tom was awarded a special medal on his 100th birthday. Did you see it? Do you know what medals are awarded for? What do they look like? How about doing some research of your own.
Please see the medal template attachment and some activities suggested if you would like to search for them on Purple Mash.