Learning Together at Home – 25.03.20

Wednesday 25th March 2020

Good afternoon P5H,

Hope you are all well and enjoying the tasks. If you have any questions then please just ask.

Have a great day,

Miss Martin

Literacy 

Spelling – keep working through Monday’s document

Reading – We are learning to analyse the text by looking at key words.

Read the chapter stated below. We are going to complete another Literacy Circle task today…Vocabulary Builder (Word Wizard). All the instructions are on the sheet but if you need any further help then please let me know Microsoft Teams.

Vocabulary Builder

The Gruffalo’s Children – Read Chapter 17

Heroic Hiccups – Read Chapter 13

The Charlie Bucket Readers – Read Chapter 14

The Bash Street Kids – Read Chapter 11

 

Word of the Day – “tongue-tied”

Remember to copy the word into the back page of your jotter and find/record the definition.

Optional Task:  Tell a Story using the sentence starter below

Shang High had never felt so nervous and tongue-tied

 

Numeracy

Mental Maths – We are learning to multiply and divide by 10/100/1000.

Remember the rule – when multiplying we move digits up columns and when we are dividing we move digits down columns – we don’t just add a 0!

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Numeracy – We are learning to apply our knowledge in different contexts.

Today, we are looking at word problems.

Word problems powerpoint

Try to solve the following using the powerpoint and RUCSAC as your Star Steps.

Word Problems – Super

Word Problems – Fantastic

Word Problems – Spectacular

(Please note – the answers are also in these documents)

To help us start thinking about our new topic in Maths…Time. Try these activities.

Time Facts 

Come up with 3 facts about time using appropriate vocabulary (for example second, minute, hour, day, week, weekend, fortnight, month, season, year, leap year, time zone, decade, century, millennium).  Record these in your jotter. 

Example: four months of the year have 30 days/ a minute lasts 60 seconds. 

Time Zones 

These are north to south areas along the surface of the Earth which have the same time because the Sun is at its highest point at the same moment. There are 24 time zones. Parts of the USA are 7 hours behind UK time. So, people in the USA might still be in bed or just getting up, depending on when you are working on this activity. Explore the time in countries children know about and discuss what children in these countries might be doing.