Good Morning Callisto Class
I hope you have all had a restful weekend and are ready for a new week of Home Learning. Remember to sign the daily register and send us a message to let us know how you are doing.
Time to get active - follow the link to try today's workout with Joe Wicks
Alternatively try the fitness bingo card below: time yourself for 1 minute on each activity and try to complete a full house.
Fluent in Five - Set your timer for 5 minutes and try to complete today's calcualtions (you will need to think carefully about each one as they have been written in Roman numerals)
|MMMMMDCLXXVIII||What is the number shown?|
|Multiply by V.|
|Divide by III.|
Today we will be starting a new unit on decimals. Look at the knowledge organiser below to see what some of the key areas of our learning will be.
Take a look at the Let's Learn slides to see how numbers less than one can be represented. Then try the questions in the Guided Practice questions in your Home Learning Journal.
When you are ready try worksheet 1 on pages 1 and 2 of your workbook - You will find the answers at the bottom of the page.
Read the story opening below - Can you continue the story?
He had been working on the drawing for hours, locked away in complete silence in his study, letting his imagination run wild. The only sound that could be heard was the soothing scratching of his pencil on the textured paper.
When he had finished, George stood up and took a step back, proud of the work he had done. He was an extraordinary artist, more extraordinary than any other artist in the entire world!
As George spoke the magic word, the ship’s sails started to flutter as if a strong breeze blew through the room. He loved this moment, seeing his creations come to life...
Read the non-fiction text below about a newly discovered animal;
When you have finished reading the text put your thoughts on paper using the following speech bubbles:
Go back through the text above and make a list of the words you came across that you don't know the meaning of - can you find out? You could ask and adult, use a dictionary or even try google. Write your own definition of each word in your Home Learning Journal.
Visit spelling frame to find this week's homophones using the link below:
If you cannot access the site practice spelling the word below:
Captain James Cook (1728 - 1779), was a British explorer, navigator and captain in the Royal Navy, whose skills mapping and discoveries of faraway lands changed geography in the 18th Century.
Captain Cook made three exciting voyages. Create a table like the one below and research each voyage he made adding the information you find.
|Voyage||When||Ship||Aims||Places Visited||Outcome of Voyage|
Make a note of any other interesting facts you find out during your research
Où est la/le ... ? (Where is the ...)
Remind yourself of useful vocabulary by watching the following clip:
We have been learning direction vocabulary and the names of buildings for the last two weeks - can you use your learning to give someone directions to different shops? Coose a shop and give someone directions to get there can they identify the shop you choose?
Maths Answer Page