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Monday 30th March 2020

smiley  Good Morning everyone and welcome to the beginning of our second week of Home Learning.  I hope you all had a lovely weekend and were able to enjoy the good weather. 

 

yes  Remember to sign the register when you log in to Home learning and use the comments section to ask any questions or leave comments about your learning.

PE

Get active for 30 minutes and join in with Joe Wicks daily PE lesson - just follow the link below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGKGNzNbWjU

 

I will be having a go from home so let me know on the register which exercise you found most challenging.

Maths

 

Start each lesson this week with 10 minutes on TT Rockstars - remember we are in a battle with Oberon and every time you play your points are added to our class total.  The current scores are Oberon: 6, 827 vs Callisto: 10, 400.

 

This week our learning will focus on 'Position and Movement'.  Below you will find a Knowledge Organiser that will help support you in your learning. 

 

If you would like to see how to plot and name co-ordinates watch the following youtube clip (0 -3.25)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eX4PZJjofI

 

Take a look at the Let's Learn slides which will help you understand how co-ordinates are plotted.  When you look at the Guided Practice record your answers in your Home Learning Journal

Remember

yesto read the x axis first and then the y axis.  Along the corridor and up the stairs is a good way to remember co-ordinate order.

yesuse brackets around your co-ordinates

yesseparate the co-ordinates with a comma

 

When you have done this try worksheet 1 on pages 77 and 78 of your workbook.

Position and Direction Knowledge Organiser

English

Complete the story, using this story opener:

Lightning never strikes twice, does it?

That was the question that occupied their frightened minds as they crouched, huddling together, next the pile of dusty sacks in the base of the windmill…

 

Use these questions to help you plan your story: 

Why are they thinking about that particular question at the beginning of the story starter? What meaning does the question have?

Who is it inside the windmill? Have they been inside the windmill before?

Is the windmill a good place to shelter from the storm?

What might happen next?

How might the characters inside the windmill be feeling?

 

Challenge: Try to complete the story in no more than 150 words.

Reading

 

Sky and Shawn have now escaped the compound - write three predictions about what you think will happen next now they are topside.

 

Read the first 6 pages of Chapter 8 - there will be questions to answer later in the week.

Edge of Extinction Chapter 8 p 98 - 103

Spelling

 

Follow the link below to practice spelling words ending in -able or -ible.

 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/35/41-Words-ending-in-able-and-ible-Words-ending-in-ably-and-ibly-1-of-2

 

If you cannot access the site practice spelling the following words - show how many syllables are in each word or use each word in a sentence of your own

 

adorable

considerable

forcible

enjoyable

incredible

Vocabulary

 

Try to match 20 words to their meaning and help provide food for people in need around the world.  Use the menu in the top left hand corner to make the game more challenging - get someone else to help you reach your target.  follow the link below to the website.

 

https://freerice.com/

Topic - History

 

During our learning on the Indus Valley we learnt that Charles Masson was the first explorer to discover the ruins at Harappa.  We also learnt that he drew pictures and wrote about what he saw as part of a book he wrote. 

 

Try to image what he might have seen and use a page in your Home Learning Journal to design a page from his book showing what he saw and describing some of the ruins.

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