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WB 22.6.20

Friday 26th June

Hi Class 5. It has been so hot today, I hope you've managed to find a cool spot to relax in. 

How did you find your online maths lesson? Let me know on our blog.

 

Have a fantastic weekend!

 

Mrs Pawson

 

Writing:

Follow the links to learn some poetry skills. I'd like you to write a poem about lock down. It doesn't need to rhyme. It could reflect your experience or just summarise some key events of lock down. 

 

Maths:

Answer the time questions. I've added a link in your 2do list on Purple Mash.  

 

Reading:

Complete chapter on Purple Mash.

Read one book on Active Learn. You could also have a look at some of the grammar activities and have a go at one.

 

TTRockstars:

Spend 10/15 minutes on here. Remember there are times tables activities on Purple Mash if you fancy a change.

 

OPTIONAL Art activity: See images below.

Thursday 25th June

We can't wait see you all in a couple of weeks. Keep going with your home learning and doing the best you can.

 

Grammar:

Complete alliteration story on Purple Mash.

 

Maths:

Follow the link below to complete an online lesson about time. 

 

RE:

Collect these items at home: torch; lamp; night light; car headlight; box of salt; a bag of coins or Monopoly/play money; a bowl; a prayer. List as many ways these items might be used as they can. To do this you could ask: How would you describe the properties each of these items? Can you come up with as many adjectives as you can to describe these items?  When have you used these items? Record your ideas.

There was once a famous sermon Jesus taught called ‘The Sermon on the Mount’ that mentioned many items like the ones you have looked at.

Look at these verses below from the sermon recorded in Matthew’s gospel.  Write out these verses from the sermon on sheets of paper: 

Matthew 5:13: Christians as Salt. Matthew 5:14-15 Christians as light.

Matthew 5: 13 You are like salt for the whole human race. But if salt loses its saltiness, there is no way to make it salty again. It has become worthless, so it is thrown out and people trample on it.

Matthew 5:14 “You are like light for the whole world. A city built on a hill cannot be hid. 15 No one lights a lamp and puts it under a bowl; instead, it is put on the lampstand, where it gives light for everyone in the house. 16 In the same way your light must shine before people, so that they will see the good things you do and praise your Father in heaven

Think about what these verses might mean. Start by underlining what you think are the most important words in the verses. Make links to the properties of light and salt to aid your understanding of the verses. Add ideas in different colours around the verses. Think about how the verse might help Christians to follow Jesus. Add your ideas around the verses. You can use these sentence starters to help you:

 ‘I think this verse is still important today/ not important.....because...........’

‘Christians living as salt and light today means.....’

‘Jesus was trying to say........................when he said....’

 

Reading:

Complete chapter on Purple Mash.

Read one book on Active Learn. You could also have a look at some of the grammar activities and have a go at one.

 

TTRockstars:

Spend 10/15 minutes on here. Remember there are times tables activities on Purple Mash if you fancy a change.

Wednesday 24th June

Have a fantastic Wednesday everyone! Enjoy the sun.

 

Grammar:

Please follow the link below and complete all activities.

 

Maths:

I've added a 2do on Purple Mash with some time questions.

 

E-safety:

Read through the PowerPoint quiz and answer all of the questions. You will need to watch it in full screen mode.

 

Reading:

Complete chapter on Purple Mash.

Read one book on Active Learn. You could also have a look at some of the grammar activities and have a go at one.

 

TTRockstars:

Spend 10/15 minutes on here. Remember there are times tables activities on Purple Mash if you fancy a change.

Tuesday 23rd June

 

Purple Mash:

Complete the earthquake activities. 

OPTIONAL: create your own earthquake quiz by using the information in the table below or create a poster about earthquakes using everything you have learnt today.

 

Grammar:

I've set  2do on Purple Mash for a brackets activity. You will need to complete this in your home learning book. 

 

Maths:

Complete the booklet below.

 

Reading:

I've added a Purple Mash book that we are going to read a chapter of each day. There is also a quick game that you can complete once you've read the chapter.

Read one book on Active Learn. You could also have a look at some of the grammar activities and have a go at one.

OPTIONAL: complete a book review for the Purple Mash book we've just read. I've set a 2do for this.

 

TTRockstars:

Spend 10/15 minutes on here. Remember there are times tables activities on Purple Mash if you fancy a change.

Monday 22nd June

 

Welcome back. I hope you have had a fun weekend and that you are excited for the week ahead.

 

Monday challenge- find 3 new words in the dictionary and think of a sentence that uses each of them.

 

Spellings:

I've added a 2do on Purple Mash. Please see spelling document below for more activities that should be completed in your home learning books.

 

Grammar:

Please follow the link below and complete all activities.

 

Maths:

You'll be taking part in an interactive money lesson by Natwest Bank. You'll need to go forward 30 minutes to access the Key Stage 2 lesson. 

 

Reading:

I've added a Purple Mash book that we are going to read a chapter of each day. There is also a quick game that you can complete once you've read the chapter.

Read one book on Active Learn. You could also have a look at some of the grammar activities and have a go at one.

 

TTRockstars:

Spend 10/15 minutes on here. Remember there are times tables activities on Purple Mash if you fancy a change.

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