Wednesday 20th May 2020 – Learning at Home Together

Good Morning P4J 🙂

Below are the tasks for Wednesday.

Remember to complete the tasks set on Sumdog.

 

L.I We are learning to half a number.

Daily Morning Challenge: Find half of each number. For example, half of 42 is 21.

Mild:    12    14    16     18    8     6       22     42     66      82

Spicy:   86     22      68      426    862     642     888    284

Hot:     4832   2844     8828    6428    7642     9452      7514

 

L.I We are learning to spell unfamiliar words using our spelling rule.

We are learning to identify and spell words with closed and open syllables.
Remember to listen for short or long vowels at the end of the first syllable.
Remember that each syllable must contain one vowel sound.

Daily Spelling Activity Task: choose a different spelling activity from the pack that you have at home and remember to Look, Cover, Write, Check.

Spicy – padlock kidnap dentist goblin tiger unit pilot carpet picnic fever

Hot – blister mustard tunic sandwich  driver radish  robin driven napkin admit 

Tricky words – old sentence

 

L.I – We are learning to recognise a third.

Mild: Complete questions 1 to 3.

Spicy: Complete questions 1 to 4.

Hot: Complete all questions.

L.I: We are learning to use apostrophes to combine words.

Daily Literacy Task: Watch the videos and complete activity 1 and 2 today.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4p2mfr

 

Remember to read a book of your choice for pleasure every day for 30 minutes.

We are continuing to develop our listening skills by listening to Elevenses at 11am with The World of David Walliams. Find the link at Buckstone Buzz.

 

We are learning to use the skills scientists use.

Science Task – Ice Rescue

The following activities should only be completed with adult permission and supervision.

Place a small plastic toy or figure into a plastic container and fill to almost the top with water.  Put it in the freezer until the water is frozen. Remove and leave to loosen for 5-10 minutes and tip it out onto a plate or tray.

What happens when you pour a little bit of warm water onto the ice?                                   What happens if you put salt onto the ice?                                                                                   What do you think would be the fastest way to rescue your toy from the ice?              What could you do to find out?                                                                                                      Are bigger toys easier to rescue from the ice than smaller toys?

 

L.I: We are learning to develop our fitness.

Daily P.E Task:  choose a daily task to challenge yourself!

 

If you can’t access any of the links or have any questions, please ask on Teams 🙂

Have a lovely Wednesday Jumping Jigglypuffs 🙂