Friday 26th June 2020
Friday! Well done on a week of good learning! Nearly time for the weekend break...but first...a little dance and freeze routine to get us up and awake, then a thank you prayer to put us in the right frame of mind...after that, What's it like to be Gerald? What if you were him? How would you tell your story? Some math money problems-read carefully! Then some more about hot and cold biomes and how those animals live there. What do the animals in the pictures have that help them? Compare two different animals and see how much you've learned and remember! You could make a poster, do some writing like your fact file earlier this week or use pictures and captions to explain.
Click the IMAGE above to go to the Department for Education's phonics lessons!
Soumya's and Mrs Finn’s group
watch the 10:00 am video for phase 3 & 4
All other groups, including Mr Hazelby’s
watch the 10.30 am video for phase 5
If videos, don’t play, you can still go to phonics play.co.uk to practise there!
Retell the story from Gerald’s point of view
Imagine you’re Gerald!
How do you feel about what happens to you and what changes for you? What do things look like from your point of view? What do you think is fair, unfair or beautiful? How do you react to the other animals’ comments and their actions? Re-write the story from Gerald’s personal view!
MATH WARM UP!
Get on Times Tables Rock stars to practice your 2s, 3s, 4s, and 5s!
As a challenge: 6's, 7's and 8's
Remember: practice makes perfect so even if you know these, keep practising so you don't forget! You could also try Mathletics and choose an area of maths there: this week we're looking at money so see if there's some extra Mathletics practice on money. The four questions today can be copied onto paper by printing or by you copying them. There's also some further arithmetic practice on our weekly SATs paper below but you only need to do 2 or 3 questions a day from this. Let's get our maths head on...
SCIENCE: Habitats and their inhabitants
Yesterday we looked at animals in hot and cold climates. Look again at the features of these animals-do they have hair or smooth skin? Claws or toes? Sharp teeth or flat teeth? What can you see from your pictures yesterday? Using this information, explain why you think these animals live in these habitats. Why are they so well suited to the place where they live?