Check daily for new learning.
Monday 30th March:
Maths – Answers for Friday: Friday answers
Today’s questions: Monday
PSHE – Create a ‘self care’ poster. You should include ways to look after your physical and mental health/ well being whilst being in isolation at home. Think of different activities you can do. Feel free to give as much or as little information as possible, add pictures and colour if you like. Feel free to email them to Miss Jackson and Mr Howell – they may help us too 🙂
Literacy – SPEECH. Thinking about the character you wrote about last week, can you practice writing some speech thinking about what they may say and how they may say it. You could have a go first at writing down some speech someone in your family is saying. Remember to use your opening and closing speech marks, a capital letter at the start and punctuation before your closing speech mark! E.g. “I hope you are all staying safe!” exclaimed Miss Jackson. Challenge: Can you use some synonyms of ‘said’?
Friday 27th March:
Maths – Answers for yesterday: Thursday answers
Today’s questions: FRIDAY
Guided Reading: We are continuing to read and answer questions on ‘The Wild Robot’ just like we have been doing in school. Remember to answer in full sentences in your yellow books. Use part of the question to begin your answer! Chapter 28 comprehension
Comprehension challenge: Comprehension challenge
Literacy: Use all the ideas you have created from the last two days – write your setting description. This only needs to be a paragraph 4-6 lines but great if you want to write more. Remember your capital letters, full stops and best hand writing but also don’t forget to use your similes, adjectives and prepositions you have thought of to give more detail. Challenge: If you finish, can you write a short setting description of a room or garden in your own house? Maybe a family member can try and guess what room you are describing. You could take it in turns!
Thursday 26th March:
Maths – Answers for yesterday:Wednesday answers
Today’s questions: THURSDAY
Literacy: Use some prepositions to give detail about WHERE items are in your setting description. These tell you something’s position! You may use words like: under, above, on the ceiling, at the end of the bed, hanging in the tree plus many more. Write at least 4 sentences remembering your capital letters, full stops and trying your best with spelling words. Challenge: can you use some of your adjectives or similes from yesterday to add more description in your sentences?
Wednesday 25th March:
Maths – Answers for Tuesday:Tuesday answers
Today’s questions: WEDNESDAY
Literacy: Did your family member manage to draw your character correctly? Feel free to let us know by email 🙂 Today we are thinking about the setting – where is your story set? What kind of place is it? One on page of your book, can you draw the setting giving as much detail as possible. Feel free to colour this in. Challenge: can you write some adjectives, similes or expanded noun phrases on the next page to describe your setting? You can use a thesaurus to expand on your words further!
Tuesday 24th March:
Maths – Answers for yesterday: Monday answers.docx
Today’s questions: TUESDAY
Literacy – Use your role on the wall to write a character description. You should start with at least 4 sentences to describe your character’s appearance (what they look like) and at least 3 sentences to describe their personality (their character/ what they like etc.) Challenge – Can you read out your character description and ask a family member to draw them? Make sure your description is detailed enough! Did they get it correct?
Monday 23rd March:
Literacy – Role on the Wall
Maths – MONDAY.docx
PE – 9am every day Joe Wicks is holding an online ‘PE’ session. This is great to get you and your child up and release some energy before sitting down to do some work. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w&list=PLyCLoPd4VxBvPHOpzoEk5onAEbq40g2-k – Joe Wicks workouts for children
Reading – Read 5 pages of your book.
Maths – Use your blue maths books.
Literacy – Use your yellow writing books.
Guided Reading – Use your yellow writing books.
Children will also continue to be set homework tasks each week. This will be checked and more will be reset Wednesday morning! This consists of 1 reading comprehension, 1 spelling, a few Mathletics tasks and Times Table Rockstars. Linguascope is also a great website to help with language.
Music – Please have a look at all the ideas in the following document from Mrs Bale. Music practice ideas