You can now join Mr Orr for a zoom meeting every weekday morning at 9.15am. Your parents and carers have been sent the details for how to join and they can email the class account if they are having any problems — firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start with 15 minutes on TTrockstars.
Start maths with our times table practice from our little booklet. This will be the second time through this booklet, this is to ensure that you can thoroughly practice your 8 times tables. Please write the whole number sentences in your home learning journals. Look at the bottom of today's page for the answers.
Fluent in 5:
In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of fractions to understand what the term 'non-unit fraction' means. We will explore various shapes and begin to identify the non-unit fraction that is represented. Click on the link below to start the video:
The words this week all end with -ure.
Write each word three times and then write a sentence for each word. Ask someone in your house to help test you.
Listen to chapter 12 of Tilly and the Time Machine.
1. Define ‘nooks and crannies’.
2. Why did ‘Billy’ look familiar to Mr Wormwood?
3. Why was the sandwich black?
4. Who does Tilly land in front of?
5. What is your first impression of Queen Victoria and why?
6. How had Dad proved to Queen Victoria that he was from the future?
Often in stories, there are some words that we do not know the meaning of. Can you match these words to their correct definition? Take the quiz here to see how you do - https://forms.gle/jBJoQ4xscEJWSWqQ9
Are there any other words you are not sure of? Write them down and ask an adult if you can or use the internet or look in a dictionary if you have one. Now choose 5 words from the task above and write them in your own sentence. I have done two examples for you:
The little mouse seemed insignificant to the other animals.
An old lady, with an intricate necklace, walked into the shop.
Today's learning is about understanding what forgiveness means. Read the following slides and talk to someone at home about your understanding of forgiveness.
Think about these questions:
1. Is forgiveness important? Why?
2. Is forgiveness easy? Why?
3. Do you think forgiveness should be replaced by punishment? Why?
Think about these following scenarios, talk about them with someone at home.
The 10 pictures above show the key parts of the Parable of the Lost Boy. Your task is to write what happens in this parable, use the pictures to help you retell it. Don't forget to look back at the video if you forget parts of the parable.