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Tuesday 19th May 2020

Good Morning Callisto Class

 

I hope you are all well and ready for another day of Home Learning.  Remember to sign the daily register and let me know how you are getting on. 

 

I am missing seeing all of you so I hope you found time to watch and enjoy our staff film yesterday - I'd love to know what you thought so send me a comment on today's register!

PE

 

Let's get going with Joe - follow the link for today's PE lesson:

 

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

 

Finish your workout by trying some new yoga poses:

Maths

 

Fluent in 5

Set your timer and try the following calculations - how quickly can you complete them?

What is the 4 digit number?

Add 749

Subtract 309

Multiply by 7

Divide by 6

 

Today we will be looking at lesson 6 on measuring area.  In this Lesson Lulu is making squares with a different area and the In Focus Task asks how many small squares are needed to make the next large square.  In the Let's Learn slides our friends explore how to find the area of the squares Lulu has already made.  In Let's Learn 4 they have written down all their workings and ask us to spot the pattern - what do you notice?  

 

When you have looked at our friends thinking have a go at the Guided Practice questions in you Home Learning Journal.  In Guided Practice 1 can you count the squares to find the area?  In Guided Practice 2 can you use the information you are given to calculate the area of the square?

 

When you have finished try worksheet 6 on pages 141 and 142 of your workbook - you will find the answers at the bottom of the page.

English

Have a go at the following writing challenge:

Write a diary entry that describes your day.  use the helpful hints below to help you remember the features of a dairy entry.

Reading

 

Read the Non-Fiction text below about the Indus Valley.

 

Write down a list of 10 Indus Valley facts from your reading.

Vocabulary

 

Create a vocabulary table in your book like the one below - write your own definition for some of the words we have focused on during Home Learning:

 

Word My Definition                                           
serene     
speculate  
tantalising  

 

Spelling

 

Visit spelling frame by following the link below - find today's free game and practice spelling the homophones from this week's list.

 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/41/48-Homophones-and-other-words-that-are-often-confused-1-of-5

Art

 

Take a look at the document below to find out about the purpose and history of illuminated letters.

When you have finished have a go at the following activity:

 

Now you have a go at making your own illuminated letter.

You will need:

  • Paper
  • A pencil
  • A ruler
  • Some colours
  • And if you have one a gold pen

 

From the alphabet chhose a letter to illuminate you may want to choose your initial letter. Have a go at drawing it out you may want to use the ruler for the straight lines.

 

Then think about what you would like to draw inside the letter or around it. You could do swirly shapes or things that you like.

 

Make a frame around your picture and decorate it with lots of detail.

 

Use the pictures below for inspritation

Geography

 

Listen to the following geography song from sing-up. 

 

https://www.singup.org/singupathome/the-geography-song

 

When you have finished complete the following two tasks:

 

Task 1: Write a list of the 7 continents - use the internet to find the largest city in each of the continents. 

 

Task 2: Write a list of the 5 oceans - using the internet can you order the oceans from the largest to the smallest?  

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