School Closure
Online Resources wb 30th March 2020. Week Beginning 30/03/20.. check out the weekly video at the bottom of the class page! What a week ! I hope you've all survived the social distancing measures put in place and are keeping safe. After receiving some feedback from some parents, can I remind you that the work I have assigned is not to be rushed through. Please take your time. For example, don't write an entire story in one day, try to plan a paragraph at time. I've included the timetable at the bottom of this page, keep working from that. Your pack shouln't be completed until the end of this week.
There are plenty of online learning opportunies if children are very keen to do more. Mr Moore has updated the home page of the site and he has included lots of website and online activities that can be completed. I will add the same links and any others I find to the bottom of this class page. My son is home with me and he is working on core subjects (Maths, English ) in the morning and doing more relaxed activities in the afternoon. He then goes on his X box for his alloted 1.5 hr once the school day is completed. It's working well, and gives him a goal to work towards. We've also been exercising to Joe Wicks daily! Below is a chart of some suggested actitivies in both English and Maths which your child can complete IF they have finished their packs or if they are keen to do extra work. You could use it instead of the packs if your child is struggling with any activites. Keep smiling, I'm missing you all :)
Maths Select from the list below and complete one each day.
Whilst completing each activity look for patterns and
connections. Make sure you enjoy the activity and share it
with your parents. Complete as much as you can but each
activity should take no longer than an hour. Day 1 | Roll a dice to create a 3-digit number
multiplied by 2-digit multiplication
question. Work out the calculation.
Repeat 6 times.
Can you use the digits 1-9 to create a 3-
digit multiplied by a 2-digit question
that will give you an answer nearest to
10 000? You can use the digits more
than once. How close can you get if you
can only use each digit once?
| Day 2 | Roll a dice to create a 4-digit add a 4-
digit addition question. Work out the
calculation. Repeat 6 times.
Can you use the digits 1-9 to create a 4-
digit add a 4-digit addition question
that will give you an answer nearest to
10 000? You can use the digits more
than once. How close can you get if you
can only use each digit once? | Day 3 | Roll a dice to create a 4-digit subtract
a 4-digit question. Work out the
calculation. Repeat 6 times.
Can you use the digits 1-9 to create a 4-
digit subtract a 4-digit subtraction
question that will give you an answer
nearest to 1000? You can use the digits
more than once.
How close can you get if you can only
use each digit once? | Day 4 | Can you create 2 mathematical
statements that will always be true?
Can you create 2 mathematical
statements that will sometimes be
true?
Can you create 2 mathematical
statements that will never be true?
Can you convince me you are correct?
Do you need to draw a picture to help
you? Example - add 2 odd numbers and it creates an odd number - always true sqaure numbers are odd - sometimes true | Day 5 | Roll a dice to make a 2-digit number.
What are the factors of your number?
Are any of them prime?
What is the 10th multiple of your
number?
What is the 100th multiple of your
number?
Now make a three-digit number. What
are the factors of your number? Can
you use any divisibility tests to help
you?
https://www.mathsisfun.com/divisibility-rules.html
Are any of the factors prime?
Using mental and written strategies
work out the answers to the following
questions.
• What is the 23rd multiple of your
number?
• What is the 46th multiple of your
number?
• What is the 99th multiple of your
number?
• What is 1/10 of your number?
• What is 0.25 of your number?
What other facts can you find of your
number? |
English - Select from the list below and complete one each day. These activites can be completed on lined paper and children should only work for 40 minutes, leaving 20 minutes to read. Day 1 | It is the Olympic Games. The fatest sprinters in the world are lined up on their starting blocks. The fastest sprinters in the world.....and you! You are about to compete in the 100m race. As you wait for the offical to fire her starting pistol, the huge crowd hold their breath in anticipation. What happens next? Use the words, phrases and sentence openers in the box below to write your story. It is a good idea to colour code the words and phrases before you start, decide which sentences you will use in their introduction, the middle and the end. In the lane next to me... I know I can do this... The crowd watched.... Every muscle in my body..... The heart beat loudly...... The crowd cheered..... Bang! The finishing line got closer............ I looked over my shoulder.... My lungs hurt....... Then.... My feet pushed me forward............ My legs began to slow down...... Can I do this? ..... I lifted my arms into the air........ Sweat was dripping down my face..... I stuck my chest out............ The excitement built..... | Day 2 | What can you see? What can you hear? Write a paragaph for each | Day 3 | Write a paragraph to show what these characters might be chatting about using the correct punctuation (commas, captials, full stops, " "). MAKE SURE to include action as well. Here is an example.. "Miss Lacey is my favouite teacher. She always plans such great actitivies," Ryan announced to Hannah as they strolled to school. The children had woken up early and set off to arrive to school in plenty of time. Hannah nodded her head and agreed, "Ya, Miss Lacey is my favorite as well. Mrs Farley and her are funny together." Up ahead the children saw Lucas and they increased their speed to reach him. | Day 4 | This picture shows a view through a telescope. A man is living on the moon! Use these words and phrase to help you write a description of the setting. solitary man... colourless and empty.... bleak beyond..... repititve craters.... loneliness seemed to engulf.... vast landscape..... | Day 5 | Write these sentences down and improve them... 1. Add a noun phrase to improve this sentence The ____________turtle is moving towards the _____________sea. A ____________ car is racing on the ________ road. A __________ rabbit was jumping in the _______ field. The ___________ banana was packed into her ___________ lunch box. 2. Add a fronted adverbial to the sentences below.. _____________, the turtle is moving towards the sea. ________________, the car raced on the empty road. ______________, a rabbit jumped in a green, empty field. _______________, the banana was packed into her metal, pink lunch box. 3. Add a relative clause to each of the sentences below... The turtle, which _______________, moved towards the sea. The car, that ______________________, raced down the city road. A rabbit, that ________________, jumped through the long, wavy grass. The banana, __________________, ________________________________________. |
Week Beginning 23/03/20 Please read through the pack of work sent home with your child. Children should NOT complete the entire pack in a rush, please encourage them to take their time! The white envelope contains answers for parents The advice is that children should be working Mon - Fri on school realted tasks during school hours. A timetable below gives you an idea of a typical day. Each Monday, I will post some updates and advice on any work that can be done from home. Good luck and stay safe. TIME | MONDAY | TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY | FRIDAY | 09:00-10:00 | MATHS (1 Page ONLY) | LITERACY 20 MINS WRITING 20 MINS SPELLING 20 MINS READING | MATHS (1 Page ONLY) | LITERACY 20 MINS WRITING 20 MINS SPELLING 20 MINS READING | MATHS (1 Page ONLY) | 10:00-10:15 | SNACK | SNACK | SNACK | SNACK | SNACK | 10:15-11:15 | LITERACY 20 MINS WRITING 20 MINS SPELLING 20 MINS READING | MATHS (1 Page ONLY) | LITERACY 20 MINS WRITING 20 MINS SPELLING 20 MINS READING | MATHS (1 Page ONLY) | LITERACY 20 MINS WRITING 20 MINS SPELLING 20 MINS READING | 11:15-11.30 | BREAK | BREAK | BREAK | BREAK | BREAK | 11:30-12:00 | EXERCISE | EXERCISE | EXERCISE | EXERCISE | EXERCISE | 12:00-13:00 | LUNCH | LUNCH | LUNCH | LUNCH | LUNCH | 13:00-14:00 | CREATIVE TIME LEGO, COLOURING, BOARD GAMES, PLAYDOUGH, MUSIC ETC | CREATIVE TIME LEGO, COLOURING, BOARD GAMES, PLAYDOUGH, MUSIC ETC | CREATIVE TIME LEGO, COLOURING, BOARD GAMES, PLAYDOUGH, MUSIC ETC | CREATIVE TIME LEGO, COLOURING, BOARD GAMES, PLAYDOUGH, MUSIC ETC | CREATIVE TIME LEGO, COLOURING, BOARD GAMES, PLAYDOUGH, MUSIC ETC | 14:00-15:00 | ONLINE EDUCATIONAL GAMES (See list of websites) | TOUCH TYPING | ONLINE EDUCATIONAL GAMES (See list of websites) | TOUCH TYPING | POWERPOINT PROJECT – VICTORIAN WORKHOUSES |
Suggested Home Learning Timetable 5L timetable.docx Suggested home learning online: www.classroomsecrets.com - MY fav and has lots of free learning online! www.twinkl.co.uk - Lots of free downlads and learning opportunities https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn |