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Week starting Monday 30th March LEARNING AT HOME
Mrs Murrin is reading, The Boy at the Back of the Class, by Onjali Q Rauf on YouTube!!
Have you been listening? Chapter 25 has been added today. (Which leaves just 1 chapter...)
P.E. This was very popular all over Britain last week. Begin each day this week with a fun active session with John Wicks 9.00 a.m. P.E. with Joe - Just click on this link and have fun! Don't forget to send us some pictures - email@example.com
WRITING: Your writing work this week is to please listen at 9:30-10:30 to Pie Corbett on Radioblogging.net and join in with all the fun things to do. There are short activities which you add to a padlet and then longer tasks which you can start during the programme and complete after the show has ended. All the teachers from Stone are listening, commenting on your writing and also taking part! Last week there were some super pieces of writing from our pupils too. The world can see the work that you do. I can't wait to see it! Just click on the link below
MATHS: This week we are using some new White Rose home learning resources, which include a teaching tutorial for you to watch before you do your own written work. But do be careful, the links will take you straight to week 2's lessons and resources- use the tab to take you to week 1's.
PLUS......SUMDOG: Login as usual and find the next new challenge which I have set you. This week it is a times table challenge. It is open to complete from 8am Monday to 9pm Friday. Work as carefully as possible and see if you can get as many correct as possible. I will be watching. Good luck!
ALMOST ALL OF YOU HAVE STARTED THIS WEEK'S SUMDOG CHALLENGE. IF YOU HAVEN'T, OR IF YOU HAVEN'T FINISHED IT, HAVE A GO IN THE NEXT 3 DAYS.
You can also do some times table speed practise here:
I have set you 5 daily maths activities. For Monday- Thursday the work is different for Year 5 and Year 6. (Year 5, you have 4 days of White Rose maths tutorials and follow-up activities. Year 6, you have 2 days of White Rose lessons. FOR ALL THE WHITE ROSE LESSONS YOU NEED TO FOLLOW THE LINKS AND THEN YOU CAN WATCH THE TUTORIALS AND FIND THE FOLLOW UP WORK. There are links to the followup worksheet online, but I have also added them below as their website has been super busy this week!!)
Year 5 WEEK 1 Lesson 1 decimals up to 2 dp https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Year 6 WEEK 1 Lesson 2 ratio and fractions https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6
Year 5 WEEK 1 Lesson 2 and Lesson 3 Decimals as fractions (1) and (2) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Year 6 WEEK 1 Lesson 5 Using scale factors https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/
Year 5 WEEK 1 Lesson 4 Understanding thousandths https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Year 6 Watch the Powerpoint about scale factors (attached below) and complete the questions (attached below)
Year 5 WEEK 1 Lesson 5 Thousandths and decimals https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Year 6 Rewatch the Powerpoint about scale factors from Wednesday and the tutorial from Tuesday, then complete the scale factor questions sheet for Thusday-link below)
FRIDAY: Year 5 and 6 Barvember problems. Do the warm up questions 1 and 2. Then go for questions 3 and 4 and then you can mark them all. Optional extra: Challenge questions.
READING: This week's reading comprehension is about the Easter story. There are 3 levels of comprehension text and questions in the attached document: complete the 3 star questions using the 3 star text.
SPELLINGS: This week's spellings can be found at the bottom of the page. Practise every day then test yourself on Friday.
TOPIC: The NEW topic work set for this week is RE work, on the theme of Easter.
There are 4 tasks for you to complete.
1) Watch https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-easter/znkngwx which shows you 2 children from Christian families celebrating Easter. [SORRY, THIS CLIP IS CURRENTLY REFUSING TO PLAY-SO MOVE ON TO TASKS 2 AND 3 AND TRY AGAIN LATER IN THE WEEK!]
TASK to complete in your exercise books: Notice a number of actions and objects that have a meaning: they are symbols for Easter, for Jesus or for Christian beliefs. Often a symbol works as a reminder of a part of the story.
Here are 5 symbols you will see in the clip. (i) The fire burning on Easter morning (ii) Touching the stone where Jesus fell (iii) Hot crossed buns (iv) The Easter egg (v) The chicken born from the egg. What does each one stand for, or link to? What reminders do these symbols provide of the stories of Jesus at the first Easter?
Draw 5 'think bubbles' and write inside them your suggested meanings for each of the symbols.
(If you'd like to use the sheet attached below you can-or design your own)
2) Click on the link: https://www.natre.org.uk/uploads/Free%20Resources/2%207-11%20RE%20Today%20and%20NATRE%20home%20learning%20Easter%20Expert.pdf Watch the video and complete the tasks about Holy Week and about Max's Easter.
3) Click on the link https://www.natre.org.uk/uploads/Free%20Resources/2%207-11%20RE%20Today%20and%20NATRE%20home%20learning%20Jesus%20Journey.pdf Watch the video clip and find out about the Stations of the Cross. Choose one of the Stations of the Cross and create your own piece of art to represent it. It could be a drawing or painting or a 3D piece of art. The choice is yours.
4) Make an Easter card or an origami Easter rabbit. You can come up with your own design or use the ideas from these youtube videos
If you have any time left, you might like to add some more work to your research project on the Romans, which you started last week.
Please share your Roman projects with me so I can then share them with the rest of the class, email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org