Hi everyone, hope you and your families are well.
Here are the learning activities for today.
Complete an activity from the spelling grid or think of a different way to help you learn your words.
LIONS : The lost Village of Skara Brae by Mick Gowar and Sarah- Jane Harknett
Answer the following questions on your reading book, remember to start your sentence with a capital letter and end with a full stop.
Read page 2. Why was the time Skara Brae was built called the ‘New Stone Age’?
Read page3. What do you think people ate on Skara Brae?
Why was Skara Brae not found until 1850?
Read page 6. What did the storm uncover in 1850?
Read page 9. Where are the pots, tools and necklaces which were found inside the houses in 1850?
Read page 11. The people in the village used knives made from stones. What did they use these knives for?
Draw something that archaeologists found when they were digging up Skara Brae. Write a sentence underneath explaining what it is.
DOLPHINS : Pass the Ball, Grandad by Debbie White
Read from page 24 to 36 and answer the following questions, in full sentences, in your jotter. (Don’t forget to write today’s date (29.4.20) and the title of your book in your jotter.
Are you enjoying this book ? Give a reason for your answer.
Do you think it is possible to enjoy this story if you are not interested in football?
Why do you think Tommy found it hard to admit that Mike was playing well?
What does ‘harassed’ mean? (page 29)
What do you think Tommy felt when Grandad offered to play?
Design your own football strip, choose the colours you want and think about having stripes or hoops. Make up your own team name.
TIGERS: My Bike ride by Maoliosa Kelly
Read the book aloud at least two times.
Talk about the following questions with someone at home:
What is the girl in the story doing?
Who do you think she is with?
What does she do when she gets off her bike?
The book contains the following words : on my up the going
Copy them out and practise writing them as neatly as you can, holding your pencil correctly and forming the letters properly. Read the words once you have written them.
CHEETAHS: The Cat Who Wanted to Go Home by Jill Tomlinson
Make sure you have read the chapter ‘Home by Car’
Answer the following questions on this chapter, in full sentences in your jotter. Don’t forget to write today’s date (29.4.20).
What is the French phrase for goodbye?
Why was Suzy unable to follow the French sailor into the building?
What is a ferry?
How was Suzy able to get into to the boot of a family’s car?
How do you think Suzy felt when she got onto the deck of the ferry?
Look for a photograph or drawing of a ship. Make your own drawing of a ship and write labels on the different parts of it.
Read the final chapter, Home at Last, for tomorrow (Thursday).
LIZARDS: The Titanic by Anna Claybourne
Answer the following questions in full sentences, in your jotter. Don’t forget to write today’s date (29.4.20) and the title of your book.
These questions are about the pages 2 – 12.
What does Titanic mean?
Maiden voyage means the first trip of a vessel. Where was the titanic going on its maiden voyage?
How long did the journey from Southampton to New York take?
The first class passengers paid a lot of money for their tickets. What were some of the things they could do in their part of the ship?
Why are icebergs very dangerous for ships?
Read page 10 again. What do you think the word ‘doomed’ means? (Can you try and guess from the other information on that page and the drawing?)
Why were all the passengers not able to get a place on a lifeboat?
KITTENS: Where is my School? by Alison Sage
Read the book aloud, at least twice and someone at home to listen to you. Try to read with expression in your voice.
Have a look at pages 4 and 5.
Can you think of two things which are the same as our classroom and two things which are different?
For example: We don’t have a computer in our classroom.
We sit together on the carpet like the class in the photograph.
Write 4 sentences of your own.
Remember to spend some time reading a book that you enjoy.
Yesterday you were practising adding 2-digit numbers using two of the strategies we have been using in school.
Today we are going to look at using an empty number line to work out subtracting tens from a 2-digit number. I am going to use an empty number line to work out 92-30.
I have started with my number on the RIGHT hand side of the number line. 30 is 3 x 10 so I have subtracted by 10 each time to leave me with 62.
In your jotter, use an empty number line to complete the following:
Can you work it out another way? Use an empty number line to show another way this can be worked out.
Yesterday you practised adding 10s to decade numbers and other 2-digit numbers. Today we are going to add 2-digit numbers together. This example shows the sum 21 + 13.
In your jotter, complete the following:
Ask someone at home to check your answers.
Today we are going to work on sequencing off-decade numbers. On Monday you were sequencing decade numbers. You looked at the first number to put the numerals in order from smallest to largest. You can use the same method for off- decade numbers.
For example the first numeral in 16 is 1 and the first numeral in 36 is 3. Therefore if were to put them in order from smallest to largest , 16 would go first, then 36. (REMEMBER that 1 sits in the tens column and its value is 10 and the value of 3 in the tens column is 30)
Put these in order from smallest to largest. Write them in your jotter in the correct sequence. You can use your number square from your pack to help you.
16 36 26 6
64 34 54 44
39 59 49 69
59 79 69 89
25 5 35 15
12 2 22 32
Ask someone at home to check your sequencing.
Building resilience has never been so important in this difficult time. Have a look at the School News page on the school website to revisit strategy 2 – Respect Yourself.