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.
Watch BBC Daily on iPlayer - Today you will recap on Place Value.
(There is a bit of reading and History in there too)
Main Activity - Over the next couple of weeks we will focus on Geometry, which is the part of mathematics that studies the size, shapes, positions and dimensions of shapes and complete some maths lessons from BBC Bitesize.
We will begin by learning about Angles, and then use this knowledge in later lessons to look at properties of triangles and quadrilaterals.
Click here for LESSON 1 Angles.
The follow up for this lesson is to practise moving through a whole turn, quarter turn, half turn and three quarter turn. You can practise turning pens, pencil and all of your soft toys too. Plus there is an activity sheet for you to complete in the resources section.
SPAG Watch this lesson on Using Pronouns and try out some of the activities.
Reading - Choose a book that you have read recently. Fold a piece of paper in half and produce a front cover and a blurb (on the back) for your book. If you like, inside you could write a book review.
INCLUDE -the main characters, basic plot -but not the ending, your favourite part of the book and why you would reccommend it to others.
1. Watch the Common Characteristics of Living Things video by clicking on this link.The video shows a range of living things.Can you spot some of the characteristics that they all have in common
2.Click here to watch the second science video to learn more about the common characteristics of living things and how all living things are classified.
3. Have a go at completing some of the follow up activities in the resources section.
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Further Learning from The BBC
The two links below have some great daily lessons for you to complete. Take a look and complete as many as you like, if you have time.
Only do today's activities please -some of them will be set throughout the week.
During the spring term ,some of you will have been working through the decimals work on the White Rose Website. The lessons continue every week if you wish to do them.