Today’s learning – 22/6/21

Reading: complete 30 mins of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

We had muddy adventures all morning so complete some maths times table practice and also write a description about the picture below:

Science: Today we are exploring animal and plant classification, just like we did when we classified the children in class and the sweets.

Watch the video below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zn22pv4/articles/z3nbcwx

Then using the image on the sheet provided and some example questions, have a go at making your own classification diagram using as many of the images as you can.

Today’s learning – 17/6/21

Reading – complete 30 minutes of Read Theory or Lexia

Cultural day!

We are looking at two religions as part of Cultural Day: Christianity and Hinduism. Take a look at the following powerpoints and complete the activities.

Transition: we are completing more research in to our schools for secondary. Explore the school website you are going to and make notes about what you think is different to primary and what is similar.

Today’s learning – 8/6/201

Reading: complete 30 mins of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

We had muddy adventures all morning so complete some maths times table practice and also write a description about the picture below:

Science: We started to look at food chains. Have a go at arranging the attached images in a food chain. You always start with a producer (a plant that creates it’s energy from Sunlight). Finished? Make up some of your own.

Today’s learning – 7/6/2021

Reading / English lesson: Complete an hour of Lexia or Read Theory (login is in your reading diary).

Maths: Do 30 mins of Times Table Rockstars practice and then we looked at the relationship between cubes and their faces. Use the powerpoint to help you and the interactive cube:

https://www.nctm.org/Classroom-Resources/Illuminations/Interactives/Isometric-Drawing-Tool/

German: Complete one of the tasks on the below website:

https://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk/resources-german.htm

Week 7 homework

All tasks set can be completed on paper and uploaded on to Seesaw:

Spellings for the next few weeks will be revising a variety of key patterns:

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English:

Maths (complete a minimum of 8):

Maths challenge:

Week 6 homework

All tasks set can be completed on paper and uploaded on to Seesaw:

Spellings for the next few weeks will be revising a variety of key patterns:

People honour easiest experience processed discovered enormous effectively definite despise supposedly disease  character thoroughly occasionally scorching dozen medicine considerably complicated

English:

Maths:

Maths challenge: