We will begin Term 3 by reviewing our knowledge and understanding of Number and Place Value as this must be secure to help us with all other areas of mathematics.
LIVE Hub Maths session at 10am with Mr Biddlecombe
WARM UP: (Click on the image to go to the webpage!)
MAIN LEARNING: Number and Place Value (multiplication)
If you are completing Silver or Gold tasks today, don’t miss the video/cheat sheet on the mains maths page of each class to help with this tricky 2-digit multiplication method!
Bronze – This is aimed at those who need a bit of a recap on missed learning - Check out the videos and see the questions and answers in PDF form or a picture of the question sheet below it. ‘Tuesday Bronze Questions’
Silver - This is aimed at an expected year 5 standard. Check out the videos and see the questions and answers in PDF form or a picture of the question sheet below it. 'Tuesday Silver Questions’
Gold – This is aimed at those who need a bit of a recap on missed learning - Check out the videos and see the questions and answers in PDF form or a picture of the question sheet below it. ‘Tuesday Gold Questions’
(Click the blue font to go straight to it!)
This week we will be continuing with our spelling knowledge of homophones. Tasks have been organised in the spelling folder on each class page to show Bronze, Silver and Gold.
Follow the link to the spelling page you will need week 2 work:
Bronze tasks are a recap and consolidation of key words and spellings
Silver are Homophones aimed at Year 5 expected level
Gold are Homophones aimed at Year 6 expected level
Select the spelling level that will give you the challenge that you need. Then complete the tasks below to help you practise your spellings today:
Pupils practise under Tuesday on the sheet.
After Ernest Shackleton chose his crew the next thing he had to do was to choose a ship! Ernest had to raise money for his expedition and he didn’t want to buy a cheap boat for such a dangerous expedition, it had to be well made! Lucky for him the ‘Polaris’ was a ship built by an excellent craftsman, Christian Jacobsen, from Norway.
Before Shackleton bought this ship and renamed it ‘The Endurance’, it was owned by Adrien de Gerlache and Lars Christensen. It was original used for tourist trips and polar hunting but was one of the strongest ships in the world.
Read carefully the following double page spread from Shackleton’s journey and any words in bold you are unsure of check out the glossary in the second image. You’ll need to create a pamphlet/sales leaflet this week to give to Shackleton to convince him to buy your boat! You’ll have two days to complete this! You’ll need to use a mixture of facts from the image below and your own opinion. E.g. “The bow is 1.3metres thick which is especially strong (fact) and will surely smash through any ice that gets in its way (opinion because it isn’t proven yet).
Feel free to add diagrams to your leaflet and fold it into different styles:
If the image above isn't clear enough to read, please find the original at: https://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2015/may/21/ernest-shackletons-endurance-expedition#img-3
LIVE Hub reading session at 12pm: Wolf Wilder read by Miss Copley
Follow the link for today’s collective worship:
You will need to look in week 2 and find Monday’s Collective worship power point to take part.
This week we are looking at classification keys! Click the image below to go straight to the lesson!
LIVE Hub Nurture Session at 2:30 with Mrs Martin and Mrs Ingram
Follow and read the Powerpoint (R5a slide 10 – 19), answering the questions as you go. This should only take you about 15 mins.
Then find ‘Ice Palace part 6’ as read by Miss Flisher.