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18th -22nd January

Monday 18th January

LITERACY

SPELLING       Jumping Orange Words

Please use each of your 'Orange Words' in a sentence.

accommodate

accompany

according

achieve

aggressive

amateur

1. The hotel can accommodate 500 guests.

 

 

 

MATHS

Watch the video and then complete the Divide by 10 pages.

 

Aut5.10.1 - Divide by 10

This is "Aut5.10.1 - Divide by 10" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

SCIENCE

RAW MATERIALS are not made by humans. They are natural materials. They come in the form in which they are found in nature.

 

SYNTHETIC MATERIALS cannot be found in nature.

 

Today, I would like you to watch a video lesson about raw materials. 

At the end of the lesson, you will find a worksheet to complete. Write your answers in your Lockdown Learning Book. Alternatively, print the sheet and complete it.  Remember to stick your sheet in your book.

Click here for your video and worksheet.

 

 

 

 

 

KEEP ACTIVE

Try  these 'Wake and Shake' activities. They're FUN.

 

 

ZUMBA KIDS - Electronic Song - Minions / Instagram: @dovydaszumba

Choreography by Dovydas Veiverys.Dancing with my Zumba kids group in Gargždai. For me these kids are amazing. Best greetings from Lithuania and my sunny Zumb...

Zumba Kids (easy dance) - I like to move it

You can support me : https://www.patreon.com/user?u=18764540This is my first ever Zumba kids group in Gargždai city and they are dancing only one month! So ...

Tuesday 19th January

LITERACY - Story Writing

I would like you to start your story today and finish it during tomorrow's session.

 

Look again at the video clip 'Coming Home'. Focus on the part where the robin is flying over the stormy sea.  I would like you to write the events below as a story.

1. The robin was flying through a storm.

2. Hit by a wave, he was washed onto the deck of a fishing boat.

3. A fisherman looked after him.

4. He set off to continue his journey home.

 

Your story should start with the robin battling through the storm.

Your story should end at the point where he is released to continue his journey.

When you have finished writing the story, think of a good title.

 

 

 

  •  Write in the past tense
  •  Use the third person  

 

IF YOU ARE WRITING IN THE THIRD PERSON, YOU ARE WRITING ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE OR CHARACTERS.

THE ROBIN

THE FISHERMAN

 USE THE PRONOUNS  - HE, HIS ,THEY,  THEIRS

 

  • Be descriptive
  • Use expanded noun phrases
  • Choose vocabulary carefully
  • Start sentences in different ways
  • Use some prepositional sentence openers
  • Use the necessary punctuation ( capital letters, full-stops, question marks, exclamation marks, commas, apostrophes, inverted commas)

 

Get lost in your writing and enjoy it. Add detail and capture your reader's imagination. Make your reader feel like they are there. Can you write so powerfully that the reader experiences a range of emotions. Reading is feeling. Make your reader feel something.

Waitrose Christmas - Coming Home

Agency: Adam & Eve DDB Director: Sam Brown Production Company: Rogue Films Sound Engineer: Jon Clarke & Anthony Moore

MATHS

Divide by 100

Watch the video and then complete the Divide by 100 activities.

Aut5.10.2 - Divide by 100

This is "Aut5.10.2 - Divide by 100" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

SCIENCE

Today. I would like you to watch a video lesson about synthetic materials.

At the end of the lesson, you will find a worksheet to complete. Write your answers in your Lockdown Learning Book. Alternatively, print the sheet and complete it. Remember to stick the sheet in your book.

 

Click here for your video and worksheet.

 

Has anyone brought their cuddly toy along to science lessons? 

Ruben's real life dog, Roxy, has been supporting him with his home learning. What a gorgeous four-legged friend. 

   

MUSIC

The two songs this week are called 'Join the Song' and 'Writing!'

Click here and sing along.

Wednesday 20th January

LITERACY

Finish your story. 

 

NOW EDIT

 

When you edit (redraft) your own writing, you make changes, correct mistakes and improve its overall quality.

 

Redrafting is a vital part of the writing process. It needs to be completed before you decide your piece of writing is finished.

 

You should never be afraid to make mistakes when you are writing. Checking , correcting and changing your work means you are on your way to producing something great.

 

PROOF READ - CHECK YOUR WRITING FOR ERRORS IN PUNCTUATION, SPELLING OR GRAMMAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ask somebody at home to read through your story and give you feedback.

MATHS

Divide by 10, 100 and 1000

Watch the video and then complete the Divide by 10,100 and 1000 work. If you have already completed these pages but did not do Multiply by 10,100 and 1000, the video is saved with Thursday 14th January work.

 

 

Aut5.10.3 - Divide by 10 100 and 1000

This is "Aut5.10.3 - Divide by 10 100 and 1000" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

When you have finished, check your answers.

SPELLING

Read Write Inc. (page 6)

Words that contain the letter-string ough.

Complete page 6.

SCIENCE

Today we would like you to watch a video lesson  about how synthetic materials are made from raw materials.

At the end of the lesson, you will find a worksheet to complete. Write your answers in your Lockdown Learning Book. Alternatively, print the sheet and complete it. Remember to stick your sheet in your book.

Click here for your video and worksheet.

 

Thursday 21st January

LITERACY

Reading Comprehension

Look in your pack for a reading comprehension sheet entitled Pirates II. Read the  sheet carefully and then answer the questions in your Reading Comprehension book. Don't forget to write the date and title. 

Please click on the READING STAR to remind yourself how to tackle your reading comprehension.

 

MATHS

Watch the video and then complete the Multiples of 10, 100 and 1000 work.

Aut5.10.4 - Multiples of 10 100 and 1000

This is "Aut5.10.4 - Multiples of 10 100 and 1000" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

When you have finished, check your answers.

GEOGRAPHY

Today, we are going to 'zoom' in on a country in Europe to study in more detail.

 

It's a small, Alpine country (think snowy mountains and grassy valleys) famous for skiing and chocolate.

Yes, it's Switzerland!

 

Switzerland is a landlocked country which means that it is surrounded by land and does not have access to the sea. Think about this information when you find Switzerland and its neighbouring countries on the map here

Please read this PowerPoint:

Now research Switzerland and make a fact file about this interesting country. You can use the PowerPoint to help you. There are also useful web addresses on the document below and you may have books to help you with your research at home. Use the template to help you write your fact file in your Lockdown Learning book or print it off to complete. You may like to decorate your fact file with pictures.

 

ENJOY THIS STORY BY MICHAEL MORPURGO

 

 

 

Set in the mountains of Switzerland, Michael Morpurgo's story 'Mimi and the Dragon' is available here to view on BBC iPlayer for the next few days. 

 

The story was inspired by a trip to Switzerland that Morpurgo had taken some years before: “Many years ago, in the Engadine Valley in Switzerland, I saw village children in red hats, cracking whips, ringing cowbells, banging drums, creating a great cacophony of noise, as they paraded up through the village. I asked why this was happening. They are driving away wicked spirits, I was told. So began my story of Mimi And The Mountain Dragon.”

Friday 22nd January

MATHS

Keeping Skills Sharp

Please complete the addition calculations. Answers will be provided on Monday.

LITERACY

Collins English

RED GROUP  Complete pages 82 -83  Proof Reading

GREEN GROUP  Complete pages 80-81  Editing

ART

This is the final piece of work that links with our book 'Coming Home'. 

Use your artistic talents to draw a winter landscape. Use paints, coloured pencils or crayons. BE SURE TO INCLUDE A LITTLE ROBIN SOMEWHERE ON YOUR PICTURE.

Click here to follow the instructions.

 

 

Music

Click here to listen to this piece of music by Benjamin Britten.

The music makes you feel like you are on a stormy sea. Maybe on that stormy sea is a little fishing boat. Close your eyes, listen and imagine. Picture a brave little robin battling through the storm clouds. He doesn't give up. He perseveres. He's tired but help is at hand.

Reading Comprehension Answers

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