Friday 5th June 2020 – Learning at Home Together

Good Morning P4J and Happy Friday! 🙂

Below are the tasks for Friday.

I have seen lots of fabulous Fractions Games on Teams – well done everyone! Here a few pictures from this week:

L.I We are learning to quickly and accurately recall our times tables.

Daily Morning Challenge: speedtables-2 (1)   speedtables1 3

Mild: Complete one table.

Spicy: Complete two speed tables.

Hot: Complete two speed table and time each one. Try to beat your first time.

 

L.I – We are learning to identify 3D shapes.

Daily Maths Task

Mild: watch this video and then complete the worksheet: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zcsjqty worksheet: PPM 239

Spicy: watch this video and then complete the worksheet: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zcsjqty worksheet: PPM 240

Hot: watch this video and then complete the worksheet: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/ztpwdmn worksheet: PPM 241

 

L.I: We are learning to offer our own ideas and opinions about a text.

Daily Literacy Task: The Friday Text!

Read the shape poem ‘Clouds’ by Stanley Cook.

Write down:

  • What you liked.
  • What you disliked.
  • What puzzled you.
  • Were there any connections or patterns you noticed?

Drama Task: Tongue Twisters 

Start by scrunching up your face and make it as small as possible for a couple of seconds. Then stretch your expressions to make them as wide as they can go. Wiggle your nose, then pretend to chew on an imaginary piece of bubblegum, blow a huge bubble and then pop it. Now try the following tongue twisters…

*        A big black bug bit a big black bear

*        If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does he choose?

*        Six slimy snails slid slowly seaward

*        If a black bug bleeds black blood, what colour blood does a blue bug bleed?

 

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 weekend Jumping Jigglypuffs 🙂