The following tasks may be done in any order. Follow up activities can be found in the Resources section below. If you complete these, just copy them out into your Home Learning Book or on paper.Sometimes answers are given.Here, please try the tasks first and then check the answers afterwards. REMEMBER we learn from our mistakes - having a go is most important.
|If you click on any yellow box, it will take you directly to a lesson link.|
|Watch BBC Daily on iPlayer- you are on week 4,lesson 1.|
Starter Activity. Watch the YouTube video - Finding unit fractions
You will need a piece of paper and a pen, and there will be questions to answer at the end of the video.
This week in Maths, we go back to the National Oak Academy and focus on measures.
Don't worry these are year 4 activities this time.
By now, you will have worked out that each lesson starts with a quiz to test your prior knowledge, and then will re-cap on anything you may have forgotten.
In this lesson, you will learn about different units of measure for weight, length and capacity. You will compare each type of unit of measure and consider which measurements are most suitable for measuring different things.
Click here to start the lesson
Use these two keys to move backwards and forwards through the lesson.
From the list, click on Activity 5
Watch the second YouTube video about using Embedded clauses or Drop in clauses in a sentence.
You will need a pen or pencil and some paper to do the examples.
The Uses of Rivers
Read the 'Uses of Rivers' information sheet which is in the resources section.
If you can, discuss the information with an adult to understand the importance of rivers.
Main Activity- Use the information sheet to make a list of river uses. There may be several in some paragraphs.
Extention Activity (Optional) - Open the document called 'Uses of Rivers Writing Frame'. For each picture, write a short paragraph to explain each river use.
If you cannot print off the activity , draw the pictures instead - and just do as many as you can.
|The Daily challenge is an additional activity for you to complete if you have time and wish to do so.|
|Daily Challenge||Extra information|
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