29th June

29th June

SUMMER TERM 6 WEEK 5

29th June 2020

Hi Rabbit Class!

Hope you are all well and reading lots of different texts books, recipes, stories, instructions for games, Serial Mash books online.

How did you like  https://www.gonoodle.com/for-families/ for a short burst of exercise? If you haven’t looked do try it this week.

You should be ready to write your plan for Kent this week (task information was on 22nd June weekly plan)

Purple Mash 2dos are optional, unless I name one in the plans below.

Remember the BBC have set up lots of great lessons which can be checked on a weekly plan on this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons.

Like previous weeks do not worry if you do not complete all the tasks, I know some children work faster than others. Note some tasks are optional which means you don’t have to do them.

Please Note for English Jungle Booklet and spelling challenge sheets are uploaded in week 15th June.

Here are your tasks for this week 29/6/20

ICT this term is coding and also practising typing skills using www.bbctypingmat

Please note there are some differentiated tasks in Fractions this week as I know some of you find them tricky especially out of the classroom where we have a variety of aides. Do not move to next session if you are struggling. Use FRACTION STRIP SHEET and you can make your own fraction walls to help you. Please email me during the week for alternative tasks and videos if required.

 

 

 

 

English

Home School Booklet Journey to the Jungle p15-19

This week is all about writing instructions so remember what the features of instructional writing are. When you read through the instructions on how to uncover a soupee bird underline the subheadings.

PLEASE SEND ME A PHOTO OF YOUR FINISHED INSTRUCTIONS.

Session 1 p15-17 Read instructions and think of what creature you’d like to trap

Read through instructions on p15 and Listen to recording. Read through again to recap on the main features of instructions.

Session 2-3  p 16-18 Design your trap and plan instructions

P16 design your trap

P17 try hard to copy the language and structure style from yesterday.

p18 Use the planner to draft your instructions.

Session 4 p19 Write up your instructions and illustrate with a drawing of your chosen creature

Session 5 ip19 CREATIVE WRITING TASK optional task

Read through instructions on second half of p19

Write a magical story, letter or information page about your creature.

Spellings for Group A and B Word families based on root words ‘press’ and ‘vent’

Press                                  prevent

Suppress                            invent 

Express                              adventure

Compress                           venture

Impress                               event eventful

Read through spellings before looking at Spell Powerpoint.

Group A Complete ENGLISH SPELL TASK SHEET even if you don’t make the slider please complete  the 10 challenges

Group B Complete WORDSEARCH and keep practising HFWS Choose 5 useful words from this week’s list to learn

TERM 6 SPELL CHALLENGE SHEET.** sheet 3 See 15 th June files for this

Maths FRACTIONS and ANGLES     

Some of the BBC lessons this week use your book so watch carefully. If you find equivalent fractions difficult then print off FRACTION STRIPS SHEET to help you. Cut the strips. fold each strip on the lines and count the squares so if you have 5 squares then on that strip each square is 1/5. Each strip is the same as I whole.

Session 1 Equivalent Fractions 1 p68-71  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zm6rkxs

Equivalent fractions drawing and discovering. Watch the  first video which goes through p68 and 69 and explains what equivalent fractions are. Then read through p68-69 on your own and make sure you understand. Like the speech bubble at end of p 69 use the paper strips to help you. Complete p70-71 in your book.

Session 2  Equivalent Fractions 2 p72-75 Use the same link as yesterday and watch the second video which explains how to use a fraction wall to help identify equivalent fractions using p72-73. Now read through these pages on your own and then complete p74-75    If you find this really easy and finish quickly then choose some challenges from MATHS SESS 2 CHALLENGE  SHEET*

Session 3  Are you going to do A or B lesson? 

A.https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbqkvwx Finding missing numerators and denominators** This lesson is for the children who  completed the challenge sheet yesterday. Watch the videos and print off the sheets for Activities 1 and 2. It is about using multiplication and division to find equivalent fractions.

Or for children who find this tricky use today to recap what you learnt on Monday and Tuesday        

B. Consolidation of equivalent fractions using concrete examples. Watch these Maths 4 kids videos and  try and do the tasks set https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieT9k537jP4&list=PLWIJ2KbiNEypS0zxt54Wez5X4gnQ-xxvu&index=3 equivalent Fractions equal to half.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUJ49WdgRyM&list=PLWIJ2KbiNEypS0zxt54Wez5X4gnQ-xxvu&index=4  equivalent fractions part 2                                 

Session 4 Turns and angles p100-103 and or MATHS 4 TURNS ANS ANGLES SHEET 

Espresso  if link doesn’t work then log in to Espresso Keystage 2 maths Angles and Lines (lower) Click on videos and watch Right Angles and turning. Now click on Activities i) Sorting right angles ii)Sorting 2d shapes. Now read through p100-101. Next complete p102- 103.

Or Complete MATHS 4 TURNS AND ANGLES SHEETS

Session 5  Challenge

Complete MATHS RIGHT ANGLE CHALLENGE SHEET

 

Science

FORCES AND MAGNETS 2

Faster or Slower lesson

  •  I can investigate the effects of friction on different surfaces.

Friction

Watch video which explains what friction is and complete the 2 activities just as an introduction to this lesson. Complete SCIENCE FRICTION SHEET!  Examples brakes on a bike, or ice on an ice rink is useful. Ice on the footpath is dangerous. Test your shoes for friction.

In this session you should design your own test to investigate friction. Choose test A or B

Test A

How does friction work as a force?

This video recaps what a force is and shows a group of children testing different surfaces to compare how quickly they slow down the moving car. So all you need to do is carry out a similar test.

You could compare grass to carpet or paved patio to tiles in kitchen.

Test B

On the SCIENCE TEST 2 FRICTION powerpoint there is a different test described. This test measures how much force is needed before the car starts to move on different surfaces. Read through the slides and make sure you understand what they mean.

Before you choose, Test A or B check you have all the things you need.

A toy car, something to measure a measuring tape or put markers on the ground to show distance. Remember you just want to see which surface enables car to travel the furthest.

Have you got all the equipment you need?

Now do your test.

Fill in the sheet SCIENCE TEST ON DIFFERENT SURFACES or write up you own test using photos or drawings to show what you did and what you found out.

PLEASE SEND ME A PHOTO OF YOUR INVESTIGATION or A PHOTO OF YOU DOING INVESTIGATION.

CODING for Term 6

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/coding/lessons.html#/coding/units

Click on and find out where you finished and continue on from there

  •  Starter Unit have you done all 3 lessons?
  •  Unit 3A has 6 different lessons
  • Unit 3B has 6 different lessons.

FRENCH

le temps the weather and recap phrases already learned

For some variety spend some time on Espresso French this week

Click on Espresso Keystage 2 languages Allez and then les jours de la semaine if the link below does not work.

So watch video and then try three of the activities: days of the week, who is it? (listen carefully for the name or where they live some of them spell out their name but you haven’t learned the French Alphabet yet) definitions (read every day phrases) Video recap days of the week les jours de la semaine Activities 3 activities

Then watch the video THE WEATHER so you can start to understand the vocabulary

https://www.french-games.net/frenchlessons?topic=World%20-%20weather&level=primary

If you have time then  click on this link   which should take you to topic world then go to world weather   and listen, read and maybe write the key phrases

https://www.french-games.net/frenchlessons?topic=World%20-%20weather&level=primary

In your vocabulary book copy these key weather phrases and draw a picture to illustrate  each one you should avoid writing any English words in this book. Take care with spellings one you should avoid writing any words in English in this book.

Il pleut

Il neige

Il fait froid

Il fait chaud

Il fait du vent

Il fait du soleil

 

This can be your Art task so beautiful illustrations or you could create a weather poster with French vocabulary.             

 

GEOGRAPHY

I know you are working on Kent topic but we are going to focus on finding out more about our planet during the final three weeks of term. So please follow this BBC home learning lesson from BBC home learning site

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4xdqp3

Weather and climate

Watch the video so you can answer these questions

What is weather?

What is climate?

What is the Greenhouse effect?

The second video explains the difference between weather and climate. It also explains how climate change can affect our planet.

Do you know who David Attenborough is? We will be watching some of his videos in the coming weeks. But for now I just want you to watch and enjoy and learn more about our world.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zw7vtrd

 Learn what the Earth can tell us about the weather with Sir David Attenborough.

Watch these 3 videos it shows how world is connected.

The 3rd video recaps latitude which you learned about a couple of weeks ago.

If you enjoyed this watch some more of his videos or programmes especially in this hot weather, it is very relaxing to watch some animal videos.

Next week we are going to think about animals and how people can help the planet.

PE/ Exercise

https://www.gonoodle.com/for-families/

free online videos to keep you active and happy

For all of you who missed out on daily PE lessons with Joe Wicks, click on this link to do a 5minute workout with Joe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rN0h6EZd6TM

an 8minute workout with Joe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uw9ug_g-gM

On your daily walks try and do some Athletics, Sprinting, Jogging, Striding and even log leaping! Set up some hurdles in your garden. Miss Steyn will know who has been exercising regularly when you do the Daily Mile in September