I have had some technical difficulties this morning with my internet connection and so the maths pages haven’t downloaded yet, please check back for them later.
Good morning everyone, we have made it through the first week, happy Friday. I hope you are all okay and enjoying learning at home.
Below you will find your numeracy and literacy tasks for the rest of today and Monday morning. Please continue with the additional tasks on the learning grid as this will continue into next week. We recommend that you try one or two of these tasks to complete each day.
We have added some Mandarin for you to work on today, Mrs Fishwick has been in touch and hopes we are all okay.
Today we are going to work on dividing by 7, hopefully yesterday you found some time to practice your 7 x table. I will leave the speed test on and the web links just in case you didn’t.
As well as your written speed challenge, I have attached a link to a fun times table website, where you can also race against the timer.
For your mental speed why not play hit the button with your parents. Here is the link.
We are learning to divide by 7 using different strategies
Here are the questions for spectacular, with remainders.
Here are the questions for fantastic, these are if you have not worked on remainders yet.
For our literacy task today I would like you to use the template I have attached and complete a Reflective Friday. Remember to think about what we learned not what we did.
We are able to reflect on our learning and recognise the skills we have used.
Please try to spend time each day completing silent reading on a book of your choice. Try to aim for a minimum of 30 minutes.
There are also stories on audible which are free to listen to. Click on this link.
Remember to use the spelling document and practice your words and the spelling rule again. Today you could ask an adult to test you by using a dictation, remember this is where we put the word into a sentence.
We are learning to spell a set of words accurately using different activities
Think back to your work on colours…here’s a game (if you can print off) or simply a reference point to look at and use to practice.
Here is the powerpoint we were working on as well as a clip to help with pronunciation.
Hope you enjoy teaching your parents some mandarin.
Hope you have a great weekend.