I hope you are enjoying this week’s activities and home learning tasks.
Please remember that today we are meeting for another online session at 10.00 am. Your parents should have received an email and text message about this. Please remind them and connect just before 10 am so we can start on time.
Children attending school this week will still be able to join for the class.
Here are your learning tasks for today.
For your literacy this week we are working through a ‘Talk4writing’ pack called TREASURE by James Walker.
There are 14 Activities to complete so you will need to work through at least two activities each day.
Try Activities 5 and 6 today.
Click on the link below to go straight to the activity pack.
Click on the link below to access today’s maths activity.
Watch the video on today’s theme: Summer Week 10: Lesson 3 on ‘Using Scale factors.’
Then click on BBC Bitesize next to the video and click on your year group tab to access your work for today.
Please remember you can rewatch the video as many times as you need to and you can go back to it when you are answering the questions.
Also remember to complete your Mathletics tasks. I have assigned 5 tasks for you for this week
Click on the link to access the website and log on with your details.
Some children still have a number of task from before to complete.
For reading this week are listening to the audio story – The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
Click on the link below to open the audio file. The book has 24 chapters. Try to carry on listening to 2 or 3 chapters each day so we can finish it this week.
Keep a notebook while listening to the reading. Make notes about new vocabulary you can look up later – new words in the text or other powerful words, adjectives, similes etc that you can then use in your writing, including the school memories in the Literacy task above.
SCIENCE – Evolution
Today’s session is about evolution and Charles Darwin. It contains:
one video explaining evolution
three activities about evolution
an independent research activity about Charles Darwin
Follow the link to the BBC website to start your lesson.
Have a wonderful week.