This week in maths we will be working on our 6, 7 and 9 x table. For your task, complete the My Maths activity set. When you have completed this, can you have a go at the CPA grid attached. In English, we will be starting our unit on stories from different cultures. Begin by predicting what you think the story will be about by looking at the front cover. When you have done this, complete the second activity detailed. In geography this week, we're going to be finding out about climate and weather. What's the difference between the 2?
Additional tasks for this week:
English: Find an example of a folktale. Have a read through and think about: Who are the characters? What is the main message from this folktale? Can you retell the story in your own words? Can you draw some pictures to create a story map?
RE: Click the link to watch the video clip all about Hindu Temples. You will then need to complete the activity in which you will need to match the description of the Gods and Goddesses to the correct picture.
French: How many brothers and sisters does Georges have? Watch the video below and count (in French of course) how many brothers and sisters are going into his house each time.
Reading: Read the 'A Storm is Brewing...' below and answer the questions.
Maths: Practice your times tables using the Hit the Button website. Use the link below to access the webpage.
This week, we're going to be writing our own Egyptian-inspired poems. Using Kit Wright's poem, 'My Magic Box,' which you will find below, you are going to look carefully at his structure and the things that he would place inside. For your second task, I would like you to imagine what you would put in your Pharaoh's tomb. In maths, this week we're going to be continuing our learning calculating with money. Complete the My Maths money tasks.
This week in English, we're going to be planning and writing our explanation texts all about mummification. Think carefully about the different features that I'd like to see in your writing and how you're going to present your work. Remember to give a clear introduction and detailed paragraphs. Have a look at the outline to see what to include. In maths this week, we'll be continuing our work on money- focusing on how to solve problems and calculate change. Please complete the My Maths tasks set.
This week in class we're going to be developing sentences that we can use in our explanation texts all about mummification. Using the causal conjunctions listed in the home learning pack, I would like you to write sentences about the different steps for mummification. Use the Purple Mash task set, to write your sentences. In maths, this week we're going to be learning about money, and applying our addition and subtraction skills to help us calculate with money. Complete the My Maths tasks set.
Please find below and outline of this week's home learning alongside any resources required. In English this week, we'll be learning about explanation texts and their features, in preparation for us writing our own versions based on mummification. For your task this week, watch the explanation text video and then see if you can hunt for the features in the mummification text attached. In maths this week, we'll be continuing our learning on subtraction. Complete the My Maths tasks provided.
Please find below an outline of this week's home learning. In English we will be writing the next part of our story- Howard Carter entering King Tut's tomb. We will be looking at the different artefacts found inside his burial chamber, and we will bring these to life by using descriptive language. Watch the 2 videos below, and see if you can pick out some of the things described. When you have done this, have a go at writing some sentences based on what you saw when you entered the tomb. In maths this week we will be learning about mental and written methods for subtraction. Complete the My Maths tasks set.
Please find below an outline of home learning. In English we will be writing the opening of our story set in Ancient Egypt. Watch the video by clicking on the link below, and use the sentences openers on the second page of this week's outline to help you. In maths this week we will be using written methods to add and subtract 4-digit numbers. Please complete the My Maths tasks.
Please find below the outline, alongside any links or resources you may need.