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# Tuesday

## Good morning Troughton class!

I hope you are all well and enjoyed your learning yesterday. Thank you to all who sent me emails, it was lovely to see all of your hard work!

Don't forget to pick up a book and have a read today. Or to find a book online to read. Pop back to the main Home Learning page to find the document reading at home which will remind you how to access online books.

## Maths: Red, Orange, Yellow and Green groups

Today you will be practising your 5 times table. You guessed it... another super movers video! Not Bridget the Lioness today... Posh Pooch instead! You need to have your poshest voices ready.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-the-5-times-table/zhbm47h

Red and Orange groups, your activity is the same as yesterday, but for the 5 times table!

Green and Yellow your activity is the same as yesterday too, but for the 5 times table.

Remember this is a revisit that is going to help us do some more challenging multiplication and division work in the weeks to come, so it might seem a little easier this week.

## Maths: Blue group

Your learning today will build on yesterday's where you found half of a shape. Today will be finding ½ of an amount. Just like when you found half of a shape you are are going to split the amount into 2 equal groups.

I have attached a power point to give you some examples and show you how to complete your learning. Then I wold like you to complete your worksheet to see if you can do it on your own.

## Literacy: All groups

Today you need to watch and listen carefully to the story of Mrs Armitage on Wheels because you are going to answer some questions about what you have seen and heard!

Orange, Yellow and Green - Try to answer the questions in complete sentences.

Blue & Red – Read the sentences about Mrs Armitage. Are the sentences true or false? (If you want a challenge Red - try the Orange, Yellow and Green questions)

## History

I would like you to create a time capsule to remember this extraordinary time we are living in now.

In the future, everyone will look back and remember 2020 – the year of the Coronavirus pandemic across the world.

It will be a major event in our History.

It will not last forever. Things will go back to normal but people will always remember this time.

When you are a grown up, you will tell your children and grandchildren about

this time.

By making a time capsule, you will have something special to help you remember and somewhere to keep safe your ideas, memories and items from 2020.

You might want to take your time with this and do a bit each day over this

week to complete this activity.

When you have put everything into your time capsule. Close the lid and seal the capsule.

You might want to put a date on your capsule to remind you when

to open it next.

E.g. – Next year – 2021

Ten years – 2030

Talk to a grown up and decide together on a safe place to hide your capsule. Some ideas are at the back of your wardrobe or in your loft.

You could bury it in a hole in your garden – but it must be in a container that will not biodegrade - and you will have to mark the spot somehow!

Remember to send us a photograph of you and your finished time capsule. You might want to photograph some of the things you put inside your time capsule too.