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Monday 1st June 2020

Good Morning Callisto Class welcome to the start of term 6!

 

I hope you have all had a wonderful holiday and spent many fun filled hours enjoying the glorious summer sunshine.  I would love to see what you have been up to so if you have any photos you would like to share please send them to callisto@studleygreen.wilts.sch.uk and they can be added to out term 6 photo book.

 

Remember to sign the register before you start today's learning and remember all work in your Home Learning Journal should be dated and presented to the best of your ability.  Remember to underline all titles and subheadings and use cursive handwriting.  If you need a new Home Learning Journal please let me know on the register, send me an email or call the school office. 

 

PE

 

Joe Wicks will be continuing with his daily workouts - join in by following the link below

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Maths

 

Fluent in Five

Write down the 4 digit number shown by the counters.
Add 5, 678.
Subtract 3,909.
Double it (x2)
Halve it (divide by 2)

 

To begin with this term we will be continuing with measuring area.

Lesson 10

Lesson 10 1
Lesson 10 2
Lesson 10 3
Lesson 10 4

English

 

On our first day together in Callisto Class we wrote a recount called 'The Adventures of My Holiday Shoes'.  Today I would like you to have another go at this task and write a recount of what you and your shoes have been doing during the recent break.

 

Start by planning what you will write about by drawing a visual time line of 4 events/activities you and your shoes have done over the last week.  Each event or activity will form a paragraph of your writing.

 

Once you have completed your time line you are read to begin writing.  When we did this in class in September some of you wrote in the first person as though your shoes were narrating the recount and some of you wrote from you own personal viewpoint.

Reading

 

At the end of last term we read chapter 12 of Edge of Extinction.  Today I would like you to write a recap of the story so far.

Vocabulary

 

Explore the word of the day below and then write 3 sentences of your own using the word.

 

Spelling

 

Take a look at a new set of Homophones by following the link below 

 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/52/49-Homophones-and-other-words-that-are-often-confused-2-of-5

 

Explore the spelling of our new words by selecting one of the free games to play.

 

If you cannot access the site practice spelling the following words:

 

proceed

precede

morning

mourning

profit

prophet

Topic Starter

 

This term we will be introducing some new learning about explorers and animals and their habitats. 

 

To begin this topic I would like you to draw your own world map.  Remember a world map is an image of what Earth would look like if it was drawn on a flat piece of paper.  Use a whole page in your Home Learning Journal and if you can try to draw your map without looking online.  Remember to label your map - you should be able to name the 7 continents and 5 Oceans we have learnt about in other areas of our learning.  This is quite a challenging task and I would love to see pictures of the maps you create.

Music

 

Using the details in your Home Learning Pack log in to Yumu to find our new unit 'Reflect, Rewind and Replay'.  Select assignments and try some of the activities in Step One. 

 

Use the register or the class email if you need a reminder of your log in details.

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