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Home Learning 22.6.20

Good morning! Hope you are all well. Here’s this week’s Home Learning:

 

English

This week we are going to eggs–plore stories, rhymes and recipes, and get egg-cited to make and review some egg-based food – linked to writing, of course!

Notes:

Day 4: follow one of the recipes and if you want to practise scaling up as an additional Maths activity try that too!

Day5: 'Make an egg' – or rather design one. This could be a design that you then have to pitch the Dragons Den or it could be an advert for a new egg (a poster showing off your art skills or TV advert showing off your ICT skills)

 

Maths

This week we are moving to the next section of fractions. Refer to last weeks document again to see where children could be by the end of the fraction unit.

 

Monday:

Step 1: Go to Summer Term Week 1 and watch the video for Day 1 Equivalent fractions

Step 3: Pick ONE page to complete (They are in level order so pick which level is most challenging to you). Check your answers on the last page – you should get one or two wrong otherwise you might have picked a level that’s too easy.
Step 4: Pick ONE page to complete (They are in level order so pick which level is most challenging to you.) Check your answers on the last page – you should get one or two wrong otherwise you might have picked a level that’s too easy.

Tuesday:

Step 1: Go to Summer Term Week 1 and watch the video for Day 2 Equivalent fractions

Wednesday:

Step 1: Go to Summer Term Week 1 and watch the video for Day 3 Compare fractions

Thursday:

Step 1: Go to Summer Term Week 1 and watch the video for Day 4 Order fractions

Friday:

Fraction Break: Complete the Friday Challenge activities on Summer Term Week 1 Day 5

5 Wild Activities

The weathers set to nice again so here’s some outdoor, nature, science activities  

Identify birds. Now that you have attracted the birds - can you identify them.

 

 

You could even build this into some MAths work making a tally chart and graph to show results. (You could also do this activity whilst out on a walk) 

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