Good morning everyone
Below you will find your numeracy and literacy tasks for today and tomorrow morning I have also added a PE grid with activities for the rest of our home learning time which you can play at home. Its at the bottom of the post and will be saved in teams in the resources other areas folder.
As usual any questions and I will be on teams at points through out the day to help.
The learning grid is attached below. Try any you haven’t completed.
I have also re attached the french and mandarin activity grid for you to continue with.
Remember its Well being Wednesday, please see the news feed on the website for further details.
We are learning work out durations using appropriate measures and units of time.
As you know there are different units of time:
What unit would you use to measure these activities?
- Doing a jigsaw
- Walking around Scotland
- Watching a film
- Growing a plant
- Writing your name
- Boiling an egg
Watch this short clip on converting hours, minutes and seconds.
Then see if you can work out the answers to these questions about your daily activities:
- How many minutes do you spend reading each day? Can you convert this to seconds?
- How many hours to do spend sleeping usually? Can you convert this to minutes?
- How many minutes do you spend exercising? Can you covert this to seconds?
How many seconds are in
- 3 minutes? b. 5 minutes? c. 2.5 minutes? d. half a minute?
How many minutes are in
a. 10 hours? B. A quarter hour? c. half an hour? d. 1.5 hours?
Click on the link below and attached are extra questions for an extra challenge.
Remember to traffic light your work when you finish with how confident you feel and then ask an adult to assess your work or post it in teams for me to look at and traffic light again and see if your assessment matches.
We learning how to use speech marks appropriately.
Speech marks are punctuation marks that show what somebody has said. They are also called inverted commas, because they are commas that are inverted or reversed to go around the spoken words.
I have uploaded a powerpoint to our team, files and literacy resources.
Remember speech marks come at the beginning and the end of the words spoken. and they always start with a capital letter.
“My name is John, “ the boy said.
Today I would like you to do the following
Can you punctuate the following sentences .
I am really tired today said Jane.
Let’s go outside and play suggested John.
Try to find examples of speech marks in your reading books and write them down.
Punctuation always comes before the speech marks close and the full stop comes at the end of the whole sentence.
“Oh wow! What’s that?” asked Jenny.
“Yikes!” shouted Danny.
“It’s really hot today, “ said granny .
I would like you to make up 5 of your own sentences.
It would be great to see your sentences, you could upload them to teams.
Below is your reading for the week, you could read it with your parents and they could use the blooms questions that were in your pack. I would use the understanding questions again today.
Racehorse – Last week – Page – 11 – 31
This week – Page – 32 – 52
GRK – Last week – Page – 60 – 79
This week – Page – 80 – 100
Belladonna – Last week – 60 – 79
This week – Page – 80 – 100
Penguin – Last week – 20 – 35
This week – Page – 36 – 51
Please carry on practising your spelling using the document below.
We are learning to spell a set of words accurately using different activities
Word of the Day – “CHARGED”
Remember to copy the word into the back page of your jotter, then find and record the definition.
Task: Write a paragraph using the sentence starter below
The warrior charged headlong towards the castle gates…
Here is the PE Powerpoint and activity grid for you to work on your PE skills throughout this term at home.
Hope you have a fun day and remember to check back tomorrow.