Monday 23rd March 2020
Good afternoon P5H! Welcome to the first day of learning together at home. Below you will find your numeracy and literacy tasks for today. There is also a document called Learning Grid (P5 Learning Grid) with lots of tasks covering other subject areas. I recommend that you try one or two of these tasks to complete each day.
I would like to reiterate that I understand that there will be many parents trying to work at home whilst also caring for younger siblings and possibly other relatives. I do not want any children or families to feel stressed or under pressure to complete these activities if it is not possible in your household. Please do what you can. I am on Microsoft Teams to answer any questions or concerns you may have. As mentioned on Friday’s post, if you were not in school to receive your login then this is being emailed out (you should have received this earlier today). If you have any issues then please email the admin team.
Have a great day,
Spelling – We are learning to spell unfamiliar words using our spelling rule. See the Spelling document for this week’s spelling activities. SPELLING P5 WEEK 22
Reading – We are learning to show our understanding by answering questions.
Ensure you have read your group book (current) to the right chapter – outlined in last week’s Home Learning. Create questions on what you have read (use the Bloom’s sheet in your Learning at Home pack).
Word of the Day
I will be introducing a word of the day, every day. Copy each word into the back page of your jotter, which will become a word bank. Find the definition and record this too.
Today’s word – “swagger”
Optional Task: Tell a Story using the sentence starter below
Grit swaggered confidently onto the stage and…..
Maths and Numeracy
Mental Maths – We are learning to understand the value of a number.
State the value of the digit circled.
Numeracy – We are learning to divide.
Star Steps –
- think of the nearest multiple
- Ask yourself – “does this go in equally” if so –“how many times?”
- If not then “how many times and how many are left over”?
- Use small numbers for the remainders
(Please note – the answers are provided in these documents)