Here is the work for this week!
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Here's the work for this week.
Here are this weeks activities. Look out for an email I'll be sending this week!
Hello again! Here are this week's activities.
Here are this week's activities. I hope you are all still well.
Welcome back! I hope you had a good half term. Here are this week's activities.
Here is this week's work and the Powerpoint to go with it.
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Here is the work for this week.
Week beginning 27th April
I hope everyone is keeping well. I really enjoyed speaking to some of you on the phone last week! Here are this week’s activities for you to do. Remember to keep reading and doing your Times Table Rock Stars as well!
This activity is all about factors and multiples so it links really well with the Times Table Rock Stars. There are some videos for you to watch and activities for you to do
This is an extract from a book. It has some videos of the book being read to you and then it asks how the language makes you feel. There is an example of how to do this in the text below the video. There are also some other activities, including predicting what will happen next. I’d like you to do Activities 1 and 2 please. You can also do Activity 3 if you want extra!
Before school stopped you were learning about forces in Science. I would like you to design a poster telling me how air resistance works. Do you remember the experiment with parachutes? You could add this on to the poster.
This is some more revision for you. It is all about adding and subtracting numbers. You will need to remember the different vocabulary for each number operation though! The video will help you.
We have worked on expanded noun phrases this year so this activity is revision for you. The video will remind you of some of the work we have already done.
Below are some Maths problems for you to have a go at. Remember to think carefully what number operation to use and use the inverse to check your answers.
I want you to describe a room in your house using expanded noun phrases (Wednesday’s lesson). If you are describing the kitchen for example you could write about the shiny, silver kettle or old wooden table. Try to use really powerful vocabulary, such as “ancient” instead of “old.”