All your work is on Google Classroom for this week…please let me know if you need a new reading book or any other equipment for your home learning. Don’t forget, Friday is non screen day so you will have a look at what things you can do! It is all on Google Classroom. All of yo that have submitted work this week have earned Records of Achievement – well done!
Tuesday will be our first live lesson but make sure you have your parents and careers permission first – see Google Classroom for all the details
A few important things to note about sending work in:
All your work will be on Google Classroom unless we say so on here.
Please don’t forget to read and practise your spellings and do your wellbeing and fitness as much as you can. It is really important to look after yourself.
Please try to avoid pdf format if possible. We will set up Google documents to use or use the Google slides showing the questions on which to answer.
To view the slide show click “present” but be aware that you cannot write on to the slide when it is being presented. You can only type onto the worksheet if it’s not being presented (press “escape”). Click onto the answer boxes to be able to write.
Multiply decimals by integers
Divide decimals by integers
Division to solve problems
Decimals as fractions
Fractions to decimals
The Tempest Comparative Sentences
The Tempest How do you start sentences in different ways
The Tempest To know how to make sentences richer by adding detail
The Tempest To use relative clauses
The Tempest To identify and discuss themes and conventions in and across a wide range of writing.
Topic Ancient Egypt
GC – Google Classroom
All lessons will be on Google Classroom , unless stated otherwise.
Records of achievement –For this last week, all those that have submitted work will receive a record of achievement.
Remember to practise your spellings as much as you can in different fun ways.
Other ending – a i o u
banana umbrella tarantula corgi kiwi chapatti cello kangaroo piano emu gnu haiku
lamb thumb wreck wrench sword answer island scissors solemn autumn
ALPHABET YOGA – HOW MANY LETTERS CAN YOU MAKE?
All you need for the Alphabet Yoga challenge is a small space, your body and your imagination!
Can you hold your body in a pose to look like each CAPITAL letter of the alphabet?
Start with A and then B, C, D and so on. Try to hold each shape for 5 seconds before going onto the next letter.
Can you complete the alphabet?
INCREASE THE DIFFICULTY
Can you transition smoothly between each letter shape?
I hope you had a good holiday and that you are all safe and well. Here is the timetable for this week’s Home learning.
Your learning will be posted every week on here but make sure that you can access Google Classroom for Mathematics and English and other lessons. Don’t forget to practise your weekly spelling and read as much as you can!
Stay safe 🙂
This term our topic is Egypt – I WANT MY MUMMY! We will start our topic next week.
For this week’s lessons in English & Maths, Science, PE & PSHE look on Google Classroom.
Outdoor Learning / Art
How lovely to be able to get an hour’s fresh air every day – during this time you can complete this week’s challenge.
Out and About – Photo challenge
For today’s exercise walk, take a camera or Smart phone. Take a creative photograph to represent each of these themes. If you don’t have a camera or a phone you can sketch or draw or even paint something similar.
*This is where you make something appears smaller or larger than it actually is, e.g. the classic shot of somebody pushing the Leaning Tower of Pisa up.
This week’s spellings – remember to practise them as much as you can in different and fun ways!