WEEK 11

WC 22.6.20 Home learning

Welcome to week 11 of Home Learning. This week's school work is detailed here. I hope you enjoy the new learning and tasks.

Year 6 in school have learnt how to write their own Kahoot! quiz. There are 3 here you can take part in at home. 

Have a go at Mrs Murrin's home learning quiz

Click on the picture to access the quiz. All questions are from the work I have set for you to have done during home learning schooling.

You now have until 27th July to take part.

Try out Sam's moth quiz that we've played in school

Click on the picture to access Sam's moth quiz.

You now have until 27th July to play against your classmates.

Play Lewis' Life quiz

Click on the picture to play the kahoot quiz Lewis designed. 

You now have until 27th July to take part.

What work have you been doing?

It has been lovely to have work in during this last week from some more of you. If you haven't already, please please download the Seesaw app (see instructions on Seesaw tab) and submit your hard work with just a few clicks. We'd love to see work from everyone in Willow class. 

There is a new slide show of recent work and pictures of what's happening in school on the Children's work tab. Take a look...

(This is a suggested timetable for your home learning day- but go with any timetable which works for you)
9-9:30

PE with Joe Wicks CLICK HERE FOR JOE WICKS PE
OR EVERNIGHT chapter and padlet task (see 1pm box for links)

9:30- 11:00

English - see the daily tasks set for English this week. Based on the animation Road's End (Mon-Wed) and One Chance (Thurs-Fri)

11:00-11:30

BREAKTIME

11:30-12:30

Maths - see details of daily lessons further down this page and if you have any time left over spend some time on SUMDOG and Y6 on TTRockstars.

12:30-1:30

LUNCH

1:30-2:00

Daily reading time OR read your own book or do spelling paractise
(Listen to and read EVERNIGHT: Ross MacKenzie)
CLICK HERE TO HEAR MRS MURRIN READ EVERNIGHT ON YouTube
Task on the padlet CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE EVERNIGHT DAILY PADLET

2:00-3:00

Topic - See details further down this page

3:00-3:10

Daily spelling practice if not done earlier in the day.

Scroll down for details of Maths, English and Topic work below.

MATHS: Daily Lessons

YEAR 5: Monday is a final look at negative numbers with the BBC.
On Tuesday and Wednesday we are using resources from Hamilton Trust. Remember that each day's work has instructions at the top of the first page for you to follow. These resources use Powerpoints and/or sheets they call  "Learning Reminders" as the teaching input of the maths lesson and then there are worksheets to print out and complete. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PRINT OUT THE WHOLE DOCUMENT. There are often 2 levels of tesk to choose between - mild and hot- and extra resources you can use if you find the concept tricky. At the end of the resource pages some days they use a "Check your understanding" sheet to finish off the lesson. (This week there is a Powerpoint or Learning Reminders for Tuesday and Learning Reminders for Wednesday.) 

YEAR 6: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday this week we tackle some more algebra. 
Year 6 you have your TIMES TABLE ROCK STARS account to use again this week. 

SO THAT WE CAN SEE HOW YOU ARE GETTING ON, PLEASE MARK YOUR WORK USING THE ANSWER SHEET AND THEN PHOTOGRAPH IT AND SEND IT TO US USING SEESAW.

The Fluent in 5 sheets and the times table sheets are always available, if you complete the other work quickly. (Find these on the You Might Like... tab) SUMDOG is an extra to do too, for some maths and gaming time!  

 

YEAR 5 YEAR 6

Mon 22nd  June

Negative numbers in a number line

Scroll down to find the link to the BBC lesson (yellow picture)

Algebra: Forming and solving 2 step equations

Scroll down and follow instructions for this lesson's BBC Home Learning resources and WR tutorial

Tues

Read timetables using the 24-hour clock; calculate time intervals

Scroll down to find the Powerpoint and worksheets.

Algebra: Find pairs of values

Scroll down to click on the 2 video links and download the associated worksheet

Wed

Read timetables using the 24-hour clock; calculate time intervals

Scroll down to find the worksheet

Algebra: Forming and solving 2 step equations AND find pairs of values

3 worksheets to print further down page

Thurs

TODAY YOU CAN CHOOSE BETWEEN PROBLEMS OF THE DAY AND BARVEMBER- OR EVEN DO BOTH!

  • Problem of the Day: Days 17 & 18 BLUE QUESTIONS
  • Barvember  Wednesday 27 th  November Questions 1-4     

(Questions and answers attached below)

Fri

Friday Maths Challenge

Summer Term Week 8 Lesson 5

Follow this link and navigate to Summer term week 8 lesson 5

ADDITIONAL MATHS WORK FOR YEAR 5 & 6

If you want to practise your arithmetic then use the Fluent in 5 sheets. If need some tinmes table practice, use the times tables worksheets to practise any times tables you are less confident of. ALL THESE RESOURCES CAN BE FOUND ON THE You Might Like... tab.

File icon: pptx YEAR 5 TUESDAY POWERPOINT [pptx 5MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf YEAR 5 TUESDAY LEARNING NOTES, WORKSHEETS AND ANSWERS [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf YEAR 5 WEDNESDAY LEARNING NOTES, WORKSHEETS AND ANSWERS [pdf 958KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf THURSDAY PROBLEM OF THE DAY -DAY 17 [pdf 222KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf THURSDAY:PROBLEM OF THE DAY-DAY 18 [pdf 133KB] Click to download
File icon: pptx March Problems of the Day - Full Set with Answers - KS 2 Blue NEW [pptx 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf THURSDAY BARVEMBER (from 27th Nov) QUESTIONS 1 & 2 [pdf 130KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf THURSDAY BARVEMBER (from 27th Nov) QUESTIONS 3 & 4 [pdf 126KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf THURSDAY BARVEMBER (from 27th Nov) CHALLENGE QUESTION/QU.5 [pdf 163KB] Click to download
File icon: pptx Barvember Solutions Wednesday 27th November 2019 [pptx 4MB] Click to download

THURSDAY'S BARVEMBER CHALLENGE QUESTION 5 

This Youtube video talks you through challenge question 5. So if you fancy a challenge...

YEAR 5 MONDAY: negative numbers in a number line

Today we are looking at negative numbers for one more day. 

Click on the yellow picture on the left to follow the link to BBC Home Learning Maths 20 April: Negative numbers on a number line

Learn about negative numbers and how they can be identified.

This includes:

  • two videos
  • two interactive activities
  • one worksheet

BBC Lesson

In addition to the White Rose part of the lesson, you may also like to try the BBC Home Learning resources. Learn how to write equations bases on word problems and how to use algebra to find missing numbers.This lessons includes

  • two videos
  • two activities

YEAR 6 TUESDAY

Today we are looking at equation with 2 different unknowns. Watch the WR tutorial about finding pairs of values and then there are 2 worksheets from WR to complete.

YEAR 6 WEDNESDAY

Today you are going to recap recent concepts learnt about in algebra.

There are 3 documents attached below for you to work through:

  • Forming and solving 2 step equations
  • Finding pairs of values
  • Mrs Murrin's Level A, B, C finding pairs of values worksheet

Each sheet has 4 arithmetic questions (a mini bell work) to start then the rest are algebra.

File icon: pdf YEAR 6 WEDNESDAY FORMING AND SOLVING 2 STEP EQUATIONS [pdf 68KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf YEAR 6 WEDNESDAY FINDING PAIRS OF VALUES [pdf 73KB] Click to download
File icon: docx YEAR 6 WEDNESDAY Level A, B, C finding pairs of values [docx 273KB] Click to download
File icon: docx YEAR 6 WEDNESDAY Level A, B, C finding pairs of values ANSWER SHEET [docx 277KB] Click to download

ENGLISH

TODAY'S CHAPTER OF EVERNIGHT, BY Ross Mackenzie

Chapter 45: Message in  Bottle

READING: This week we will share chapters 41-45 of EVERNIGHT, by Ross Mackenzie.  (If there is anyone who hasn't started listening, listen along from chapter 1 and catch up with us)  On our edublog https://stonewithwoodford.edublogs.org/ there is a new padlet where everybody needs to complete a written response after listening each day. In the table below and also above the padlet it explains what you need to write. Mrs McCalmont and I will post comments and you can also add comments to each other's posts some days.

 

Padlet task: https://stonewithwoodford.edublogs.org/

Mon 22nd June

Chapter 41: Westerly Witch

A chapter full of emotion - good and bad.

Write a haiku poem about the arrival at their destination.

Tues

Chapter 42:Into the Palace

Joe begins his quest into the depths of the Palace and Mrs Hester’s private rooms. The chapter takes the reader through the journey with him – you can almost feel his breath in the cold and dark.

Your task is to write the journal entry that Joe may have written after his experience.

Wed

Chapter 43: The Meeting

Lara meets Leora Twigg and learns about her own past and begins to put the strange jigsaw pieces of her life together.

How is Lara feeling after her meeting. What do you think that she's thinking?

Thu

Chapter 44: A Spot of Bother

Joe  has to face the challenge that he's been set. The potion Old Hans  gave him was working and he faces the interior of the Palace - naked and vulnerable. He is determined to succeed. He knows that this is going to be so difficult but Gran's life may depend upon it.

Your task is to write what Joe might have written in his journal after this exploit.

Fri

Chapter 45: Message in a Bottle

What might Lara have written in her journal afte such a revealing chapter?

 

 

WRITING

Road's End by Bri Meyer

This week's English is based on this short animation. DON'T watch the whole animation straight way. Just watch up to the time limit given each day.

Please type your writing strainght onto the blog page WRITTEN IN STONE EDUBLOG each day, or write it then send it to me using Seesaw.

The video can also be found here, scroll down to find it CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK TO THE LITERACY SHED

DAILY TASKS

MONDAY: Watch the film Road's End up to 0:45 
Who is this mysterious man in goggles and a red scarf and what has happened to him?  We are left to decide this for ourselves as the short film begins and he is inspecting the wreckage of a car. Today's task is to write/narrate the story so far (until the man gets into the car) from the perspective of the driver of the car who turns up and meets the mysterious man in the goggles. 

TUESDAY: Watch to the end of the film
Why does the man in the goggles not speak? Why does he look at his watch? What does the driver see in the goggles? Today's task is to complete the story. Describe the silent journey along the road, the atmosphere inside the vehicle, the scene the driver sees in the googles and what then happens to the car. As the story ends, consider how you will include the new vehicle.  

WEDNESDAY: Rewatch the complete film
Today you can chose the type of writing about this mysterious event and man that you do. You could write the event up as a newspaper report; describing what happened, how it related to possible previous happenings and include speculation on who the man is. OR You might prefer to write from the perspective of the man in the goggles and red scarf. How are you? Where have you come from? Could you be death, the grim reaper, but without his scythe?

THURSDAY: Download the writing booklet One Chance from below. Work your way through the warm up activities on pages 2,3 and 4. Today's main writing task is to write a poem about what you might wish for: The Mirror of Wishes. Copy the pattern of Pie's poem (on page p5) but use your own characters and ideas about what youmight wish for. 

FRIDAY: Use the One Chance booklet again today, starting on p6.  Read the poem, The Mirror of Despair. Try copying the pattern of this poem, but use your own characters and ideas about what they might most hate to have happen in their lives. 

EXTRA WRITING TASKS: Remember, that if you are looking for some more ideas of what to write about there is this week's 100 word challenge and this week's Pobble365 pictures. Sorry to say that if you are looking for the radioblogging show, it has now come to an end; we will miss the top quality teaching from the crew there.

File icon: pdf THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TASKS One Chance Booklet [pdf 4MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf POBBLE365 MONDAY 22 JUNE ICE [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf POBBLE365 TUESDAY 23 JUNE SAMURAI [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf POBBLE365 WEDNESDAY 24 JUNE JUMBLED [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf POBBLE365 THURSDAY 25 JUNE ISOLATION [pdf 2MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf POBBLE365 FRIDAY 26 JUNE MAGNETISED [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: docx SPELLINGS WC 26.6.20 [docx 193KB] Click to download

THIS WEEK'S TOPIC: RE and PSHCE

RE: The Kingdom of God

Active RE. Watch the 2 videos, persuade others in your house to join in the games with you. Reflect on the questions asked. Present your ideas in a way of your choice.

Active RE Kingdom of God part 1 (Year 5 & 6)

Why did people call Jesus a king?

Challenge: Who, in your house, would make a good captain?

What was Jesus like as a king?

  • perfect
  • personal
  • protective

What does it mean to be perfect? Christians believe that Jesus was perfect.

Christians believe that Jesus was a personal king: through what behaviours/methods do Christians believe that they can have a personal relationship with Jesus? What names do Christians use for God?

Christians believe that Jesus is protective. What  do Christians believe that Jesus does to protect people?

 

Active RE Kingdom of God part 2 (Year 5 & 6)

Jesus, the Servant King

Challenge: Who, in your house, would make a good captain this time?

How difficult is it to play the opposite rules to those expected? 

What was unexpected about Jesus washing someone's feet?

What is the greatest  things Christians believed Jesus did?

How do you think Christians' can live a life of service today?

 

THE KINGDOM OF GOD. CHOOSE YOUR TASKS:

  • Use the sheet attached below called What Kind of King was Jesus? Think about what kind of king was Jesus? Consider what these 2 songs say about the kind of king Jesus intended to be, and what his kingdom would be like.
  • Use the sheet below called A Different Kind of King. Choose two of the statements about the impact of Jesus on the world. Which two might a Christian say are the most important conclusions? Which do you agree with most, and why? Which do you disagree with most?
  • Create a news report on the work of Church Action on Poverty (CLICK HERE FOR CHURCH-POVERTY WEBSITE).
  • Write an advert to encourage Christians to support the Prison Fellowship: CLICK HERE FOR PRISON FELLOWSHIP WEBSITE The advert should say what they do and why it is the kind of thing Jesus would want.
  • Explain how Traidcraft’s video shows the Kingdom of God in action: CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO EXPLAINING HOW TRAIDCRAFT WORKS Devise your own simple advert that shows how one Christian church or group helps to make the world a better place (for example Traidcraft, the work of Barnardo’s children’s charity or Christian Aid).
File icon: docx A different kind of king [docx 472KB] Click to download
File icon: docx What kind of king was Jesus? [docx 566KB] Click to download

PSHCE

File icon: pdf Wellbeing-calendar-for-June (1) [pdf 2MB] Click to download

Facts4Life

Check In Activity

Express your mood! Our primary emotions are: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, Disgust. Try an activity which focusses on these emotions.

Give

Being kind to others helps to boost our own mental wellbeing and gives us a ‘warm glow’. It obviously also makes others feel good too.

 

Why do bruises change colour?

Watch the video:
Watch this short video and answer the questions below:
Key Facts for Life
What causes a bruise? Draw a series of pictures showing how a bruise changes colour from red to blue to greeny-yellow as it heals – underneath each picture explain what is causing this change of colour.
What other things can you think of which heal naturally in the body?
What can we do to help the body when it is ill? (Read more on the Activity Mat)

 

 

Extra STEM project

If you enjoyed the parachute challenge and the rocket challenge last week, you might like to try the marble run challenge or the prosthetic hand challenge.

File icon: pdf EaH-04-The-Marble-Run-Challenge [pdf 743KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf EaH-05-The-Prosthetic-Hand-Challenge [pdf 2MB] Click to download