Good Morning Callisto Class
We have reached the end of Term 5 and our final day of home learning this term. I continue to be proud of all of you for your effort and resilience during these challenging times.
Remember to log on using the daily register and let me know what you would like to see on our home learning page next term.
I hope you all have a wonderful break and that this lovely weather continues so you can get out and about as much as possible.
Stay safe and take care
Follow the link to see what kind of challenge Joe has in store in today's daily workout - remember that it is Fancy Dress Friday if you are up for a laugh.
Well done if anyone spotted the deliberate mistake on Yesterday's page!
Begin with today's Fluent in Five - set your timer and try to complete the 4 calculations.
Write down the 4 digit number.
Add 22, 589
Subtract 3, 563
Multiply by 6
Divide by 5
Today we will be having a go at Lesson 9 and continuing to practice the skill of measuring area. You could cut out squares of your own and try different ways of arranging the squares. Remember to calculate the area you multiply the length of each side. Our Friends find 3 different ways to arrange their squares - can you find a different way?
In the Guided Practice task you are calculate the area of different squares and rectangles but take care as the scale changes! Show your workings in your Home Learning Journal.
when you are ready have a go at worksheet 9 on page 146 in your workbook - the answers are at the bottom of the page.
Take a look at the menu below. Today I would like you to pick your own task from those suggested and spend around 30 minutes creating a piece of writing in your Home Learning Journal.
Today I am setting you an 'Extreme Reading Challenge'. This challenge involves you finding the most unusual place you can think of to spend 15 minutes reading for pleasure. You may read anything that you choose - this could be a book you have at home, an online text or an audio book. Take a photo of you reading in your chosen unusual place and I will use the photos to compile an extreme read top 10 - will you make the leader board?
Today I would like you to compose a silly short story using as many of our homophone spellings as possible. You should write for no more than 10 minutes and underline all the homophones you use. Send us a photo of you stories to firstname.lastname@example.org
Words to include in your story:
Use the scrabble tiles below to write a list of as many words with a value of more that 10 as possible:
Have a go at the following activity to develop your logical thinking skills. Find 10 round flat objects or cut out 10 circles from a piece of paper. Use your objects to create the following pattern:
Your challenge is to move 3 counters only to make the triangle point downwards instead of upwards.
Maths Answer Page