Good Morning P4J 🙂 I hope you had a lovely weekend!
Below are the tasks for Monday.
L.I We are learning to create and continue number sequences.
Daily Morning Challenge: Continue the number sequences below:
72 64 56 48 … …. …
24 28 32 36 … … …
12 24 48 … … …
123 234 345 456 … … …
Extra Challenge: create 4 number sequences of your own and challenge a family member to finish them.
L.I We are learning to spell unfamiliar words using our spelling rule.
Over the years the pronunciation of words has changed and some letters appear in the spelling of words which are no longer sounded
Silent ‘b’ – ‘mb’ / ‘bt’
Silent ‘g’ – ‘gn’
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 – lamb crumb thumbs comb gnome tomb climb sign plumbing
Hot – doubt plumber debt gnash gnaw subtle limb numb gnome
Tricky words – from / form
L.I – We are learning to compare fractions and recognise fractions on a number line.
Daily Maths Task:
Watch the two videos on this link first: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfxw7nb
Complete this worksheet to show different fractions on a number line: fl_ppm1-165
Now look at the fraction wall in this worksheet, read each statement comparing fractions and answer either ‘true’ or ‘false’ for each: fl_ppm1-166
Read 20-30 pages of your reading book this week.
L.I: We are learning to identify the key features of a text. We are learning to summarise.
Weekly Reading Task: Your literacy task this week is to design a new front cover for your reading book and to write a blurb which summarises the book. Remember that a blurb is the text on the back cover of a book. It aims to get the interest of the reader to buy or read the book.
Front Cover Star Steps:
- The title is displayed clearly.
- The author is displayed clearly.
- Include an eye catching illustration on the front cover.
Blurb Star Steps:
- Provide a summary of the key events.
- Don’t include the ending / big reveal.
- Use attention-grabbing words and phrases.
- Use question marks and exclamation marks.
- End the blurb with three full stops (an ellipsis) to leave the reader asking questions…
Remember to read a book of your choice for pleasure every day for 30 minutes.
L.I. We are learning to research key facts. We are learning to design an important artefact/monument from the past.
Weekly Topic Task: This task should be submitted through the ‘ Romans Task’ assignment box on Teams. The assignment box will close on Tuesday 16th June. You can upload your work as a photo, pdf or word document. If you have problems uploading your work to Teams, you can email your work via the admin email address.
Watch the videos on this page: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4dts4j
Have a look at these websites to help you with the tasks:
Tasks (Choose one. You may wish to keep some recycling back this week to help you with this task):
- Design and create a Roman shield.
- Design and build a model of the coliseum.
- Design and create a mosaic pattern.
L.I. We are learning to say the days of the week and the months of the year.
Weekly French Task: Work through the grid below over the next two weeks.
French expression of the week:
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 Monday Jumping Jigglypuffs 🙂