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Week 27th September - Friday 1st October

Friday 1st October

MATHS

Improve your maths fluency by playing GAME OF PIG.

Game of Greedy Pig  (for 2 players)

The winner of the game is the first player to score 100 points or more.

What You Need

2 standard dice (0-6)

How to Play

  1. Players take turns rolling two dice.
  2. Each turn consists of one or more rolls of the dice.
  3. Players add the numbers on the two dice together and keep a written total of their score.
  4. Players can keep rolling. However, if a one is rolled, their score returns to 0.
  5. A player can decide to stop rolling and pass the dice to his/her opponent at any point.
  6. The first to reach 100 is the winner.  

 

COMPLETE TASKS SET ON MYMATHS

 

LITERACY

Read the text below carefully with a grown up. Work out which words have been left out. Write the text in your best joined up handwriting filling in the missing words. Remember to ensure that capital letters are clear and obvious.

SCIENCE

Click here to watch BBC Science Little Stargazing.

Design a poster explaining where the best spots are for stargazing and what you might need to take with you. Use illustrations and colour to make your poster appealing.  

Thursday 30th September

 

MATHS

Rounding numbers within 100,000

 

Work through the video lesson and then complete the worksheets below.

 

 

GEOGRAPHY

Continents and Oceans

Watch the videos and try the quizzes here and here to find out more about the continents and oceans of our world. 

 

Now have some fun and test your knowledge on these interactive games found here, here and here. Can you improve your score?

 

Have noticed that one of the continents can be referred as Australia, Oceania or Australasia?

LITERACY

Apostrophes for Contraction

In joined handwriting, copy and complete the sentences on the worksheet. 

Wednesday 29th September

MATHS

Compare and order numbers to 100,000

 

Work through the video lesson and then complete the worksheets below.

Aut5.2.2 - Compare and order numbers to 100000

SCIENCE

Click below and watch a short film.

The Sun - Reading Comprehension (Twinkl)

Read through the text and then answer the questions below.

1.  What gases is the Sun mainly made from?

2. How long does it take energy to reach Earth from the Sun?

3. How far away is the Sun from Earth?

4. What type of star is the Sun now?

5. What keeps our solar system of planets orbiting the Sun?

6. Will the Sun last forever? If not, why not?

LITERACY

Click on the PUNCTUATION STAR on our Morpurgo Class homepage.

Revise the use of apostrophes for contractions. Work through the activities.

 

Tuesday 28th September

MATHS

Reading and writing large numbers

 

The easiest way to read large numbers is to think of them as blocks of three, starting on the right.

 

The first block of three are HUNDREDS, TENS AND ONES of ones.

456 is four hundred and fifty-six (ones).

 

The second block of three are HUNDREDS, TENS AND ONES of thousands.

456,456 is four hundred and fifty-six thousand, four hundred and fifty-six.

 

The thousands should be separated by a small space or a comma.

456 456 or 456,456

 

CLICK ON THE WORKSHEET BELOW AND TRY THE ACTIVITIES. 

WRITE NUMBERS IN WORDS AND DIGITS

 

LITERACY

At school, we have discussed what it means to feel invisible.

Today, I would like you to imagine what it would be like if you actually were invisible. Are there any advantages?

 

Please write a paragraph (or two) explaining what you would do if you were invisible.

ART

The Invisible by Tom Percival

Watch the video below. Tom Percival talks about his book 'The Invisible'. 

 

Your task is to follow Tom's instructions and draw Isabel. 

'The Invisible' reading and draw-along with author Tom Percival (for ages 3+)

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