I hope you enjoyed yesterday's learning and are ready for today! I can't believe it is Friday again already. I know it's tricky to work at home but I am so, so proud of all of you and I think you are doing a fantastic job! Give yourselves a big pat on the back, for all of the super effort you have been putting into your learning at home.
Today I am going to upload a reading quiz that you can do if you want to. Sorry the pages aren't very straight, it was difficult to hold the page open and photograph it at the same time! Make sure you read the information carefully before trying to answer the questions. There are 10 questions altogether.
Fraction warm up – How did you get on today after all of your fabulous fraction learning this week?
All: Today you will be answering some fraction word problems. You need to read the question and find the most important parts, like we do every time we solve word problems. Find the whole amount. What fraction of the amount is the question asking you to find? Share the whole amount into halves or quarters.
The answers are at the end of the questions so you can check and see how well you have done!
Today we are learning about turns. We are going to be using words like half turn, quarter turn and full turn. Remember if you get stuck have a go at cutting the shape or picture out and physically turning it. I’ve attached a poster and power point to explain your learning.
After you have finished your work, you can watch this video clip and have a go at the game. You could create paths for your grown up or brother or sister to follow at home.
Did you enjoy the poem you read and performed yesterday?
Today you are going to write a poem following the same pattern. Your poem will include the days of the week and will have names of the people travelling and how they travelled.
Finally, your poem must rhyme!
When you have written your poem, read and perform your poem to a grown up. I would love to see your poems.
This week we are going to be learning about programming. Because a robot is a machine we have to program it to do things. It only does what we tell it to do
At school you might have tried to program a beebot, this is called a floor robot. Click on the link below to watch the information about programs and then there is a game for you to play.
For P.E today choose from the videos below: