Weekly Learning 27th April
To keep you busy and to ensure you are all continuing to learn ready for when we do return to school, Mrs Martin and Mr Creagh-Barry would like you to have a go at the learning outlined below. The daily activities will also be uploaded onto Class Dojo throughout the week.
For Maths, we would like you to try the daily Maths Home Learning Lessons and Activities on the White Rose Learning Hub.
Continue with learning from last week and start at ‘Week 2’ (NOT Summer Week 2!), complete one lesson and activity per day, and record your learning in your red learning journals.
If you can print the learning activities out, then please do, if you can’t, then just do your best through discussions with adults and notes in your red learning journal.
The link for the learning is below:
In addition to this, and your other Daily Learning, we have some other challenges to keep you busy:
Write a day in a life of a noblewoman who lived in a castle. Use this video below to help with your thinking.
Think about these questions:
- How did they dress?
- Where did they live in the castle?
- How should they behave?
- How did they eat?
- What were their duties in a castle?
Collect a range of natural resources from outside such as leaves, twigs, flowers etc. Using the natural resources, can you make a collage of your own choice? Below are some pictures to help you with your thinking.
For grammar, we would like you to try the activities and learning on BBC Bitesize. To start your grammar learning at home we would like you to build upon your learning of the ‘ing’ and ‘ed’ suffixes. Watch the video and play the games using this link:
After you have completed the activities online please can you look at the powerpoint provided on ClassDojo. Can you follow the instructions on the powerpoint and change the words by adding the ‘ing’ or ‘ed’ suffix. Then put the words into sentences, recording these in your red journal.
Last week we asked you to go on a minibeast hunt. If you have not done this already, here is an example tally sheet to give you an idea of how to record your results. Once you have gone on your hunt, see if you can classify the insects pictured using the flow chart model shown below. Answer the Yes/No questions and follow the arrows. See whether you can get the correct insects in the correct boxes.
As an extra challenge, can you create your own flow chart for your minibeasts? Could you do one for trees/flowers/birds or animals? Upload your examples onto Class Dojo!
Friday: As an on-going, weekly challenge, we would like you to continue with your learning of another language. Mrs Martin and Mr Creagh-Barry would like you to have a go at Spanish as we will continue this when we return to school.
See if you can count to 10 and say “Hello, my name is _____” by the end of next week!
Here are some links to help you out! Have fun!
Your challenge this week is to count to 10 in Spanish and upload a video of your counting on ClassDojo.