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Week beginning 06.04.20

Friday 10.4.20

Literacy: finish your story with resolution and ending. Have you remembered to use a range of punctuation? (We know     .    ,    ?    !    ‘    “  ” )

 

Maths: complete this problem below. Could you work it out using equipment, a diagram, calculation, sequence of numbers…?

Art: draw a picture to go with your story.

 

Thursday 9.4.20

Literacy: write the build-up and the problem to your story. Try changing the length of your sentences to change the pace and tension in the story.

 

Maths: complete this problem below. Could you work it out using equipment, a diagram, calculation, sequence of numbers…?

DT: make a model of the Eiffel Tower (ideally 3D). You could use Lego, straws, paper, toothpicks… Think about how you will join your building material.

 

Wednesday 8.4.20

Literacy: write the introduction to your story. Remember to introduce your characters using adjectives and verbs.

 

Maths: complete this problem below. Could you work it out using equipment, a diagram, calculation, sequence of numbers…?

Geography: keep extending your learning on France. You can either add more the project you started on Purple Mash or choose another way to show what you have learnt i.e.

  • Write a postcard home from a trip to France (don’t forget to draw a picture on the other side)
  • Record yourself making a holiday show about France.
  • Write a French menu
  • Write a story about a French adventure
  • Write a diary or blog from a French child (You can do this in your home learning book or use or type it on the class blog)

 

Tuesday 7.4.20

Literacy: Look at ‘The Outing’ from yesterday. This is just part of a story – you decide if it’s beginning, build up, problem, resolution, ending.

Maths: complete this problem below. Could you work it out using equipment, a diagram, calculation, sequence of numbers…?

Monday 6.4.20

Literacy:

Answer the questions below. If you are able to - work with an adult to expand on this story. Adults could ask questions that require imagination. For example: When did they go? What was the weather like? What were the 3 characters like? Why did they go? (This will feed into story writing later in the week)

 

Maths: complete this problem belowCould you work it out using equipment, a diagram, calculation, sequence of numbers…?

Science: build a catapult.

Here are 4 different ideas for your design. (Remember you might need to adapt them so you use items you have at home i.e. hair bobbles instead of elastic bands)

Evaluate your design as you make it adjusting for an improved design. Once finished think about any changes you could make to improve it i.e. What if the lever was longer? What if the bands were looser?

Learning from home 6.4.20

Week 3 Overview

Literacy: last week you were given adverb grammar work to complete. This week I’ll be giving you some writing activities to put this into practise. You might find it’s too much to write what I’ve suggested everyday so you could spread it out over two weeks – make a book with pictures out of it. (I’m on my holiday next week so I won’t be setting any tasks)  

Maths: this week in class we would have been having a recap week and tests so instead of this I’ll be setting a range of problems. Often these can be open ended and you might never get to the answer but don’t worry about that.  Just make sure that you work methodically (in an order or system).

PE: keep you with daily exercise and get out doors. 

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