Mon 11th May - Fri 15th May
Monday 11th May
Have fun and learn your times tables-Have a go on ‘Hit the Button’ and see if you can accurately recall times table facts.
Start on a times table that you feel confident with and then try to challenge yourself!
Literacy- Inverted commas/speech marks lesson 1
This week we want to remind you how to include inverted commas/ speech marks in your writing to show when someone is speaking. Look at bbc bitesize and remind yourself about how we include inverted commas.
Watch the video and the Super movers video and then complete activities 1 and 2.
Science-What plants need to live?
Watch the animation and learn about what plants need to live?
Learn what you should and shouldn’t do to keep plants healthy.
Have a go at activity 1 Fill in the gaps to see if you have listened carefully.
Tuesday 12th May
Numeracy-Money-Please look at the following: Lesson 1 convert pound and pence
Watch the video and then have a go at the worksheet.
If you can’t print the worksheet, have a go at some of the questions in your workbook.
Literacy-Inverted commas/speech marks lesson 2
Watch the videos from yesterday again to remind yourself how to include inverted commas. Have a go at the worksheet. If you cannot print the sheet you can write the answers into your workbook.
Watch the videos again and complete activity 3
Art: Observational drawing/Painting
Can you find a flower or a plant in your garden or on your daily walk? Take a photo of your plant or flower and look carefully at the lines, shapes and details. Try to carefully draw your plant-LOOK VERY CLOSELY!
If you have some paints can you paint your plant?
Create a circuit for the people in the house to complete and yourselves.
The 4 Corners of the garden have different activities which you do for 3 minutes.
You have to do each exercise 3 times.
Exercise 1: Star Jumps
Can you do 80 in 3 minutes?
Exercise 2: Press ups
Can you do 40 in 3 minutes?
Exercise 3: Balance
Set some rope out along the garden, can you walk along it up and down for 3 minutes without falling off?
Exercise 4: Squats
Can you do 50 squats to a right angle with your legs, in 3 minutes?
Friday 15th May
Maths - Figure it out Friday!
Follow the instructions below to have some fun with numbers!
Think of as three-digit number. Reverse the digits to generate a second number. Subtract the smaller from the larger. Reverse the digits again. Add the two new numbers.
- 143 Remember to reverse the digits
+ 891 Remember to reverse the digits
Do you always get 1089? If so, why?
CHALLENGE -Try with 2, 4, 5 digit palindromes.
Literacy - Comprehension from a picture
( Credit -Goro Fujita)
- Where do you think this is? How do you know?
- How many cats are in this class?
- What time of day is it? Why do you think that?
- Why is the white cat putting its paw up?
- What are the other cats doing/thinking?
- How is the black cat feeling? Why?
- Which cat is the cleverest? Which cat is the best behaved?
- Draw/describe what you think their teacher looks like.
- What do you think the other classes in the school are like?
- What lessons are taught in cat school
Non Core Subject lesson - Science - Building bridges
There are so many different ways to build a bridge. Let’s take a few minutes and look at three types of bridge design and how well each type of paper bridge holds pennies.
( You don't need to use coins , you can find other things you might have around the house such as lego ,pasta etc)
1) The first bridge you might create is a single strip bridge. It is made of a singe piece of paper placed on top of two cups. You will want just a centimetres between the cups.
Once the strip is in place, starting adding one penny at a time. This bridge only held one penny. When a second penny was added to the bridge it totally collapsed. This type of bridge just wasn’t very stable.
2) Make an oval by taping to paper strips together at their ends. The ends were slightly pinched to give the oval a little more stability.
This bridge bowed in the centre the same way that the single strip bridge did. It was able to hold a few more pennies. The pennies needed to be placed down the centre of the bridge. When they were spread out the bridge, the bridge fell into the space between the cups.
3) Create a folded bridge by folding a strip of paper horizontally as you would fold a fan. The folds that were created were very narrow.
Attempts were made to lay the pennies on top of the folds, but they kept slipping into the folds on the folded bridge. This style of bridge was able to hold all the pennies gathered for this activity. It would have probably held a lot more. The bridge didn’t even have a slight bow in it.
After all the bridges had been created, we talked about why one bridge design worked and others didn’t. We have our thoughts about why some were successful and others were not.
Why do you think some worked and others didn’t?
CHALLENGE _ Can you design and make your own bridge? Remember to send photos into the email address so that your teachers can see your creations!