You will need the speed challenge sheet, a pencil and a 1-minute timer.
Complete the next set of 10 calculations. Did you do better than yesterday?
You will need the relationship between multiplication and division worksheet and a pencil.
Did you know if you know one multiplication fact eg. 2 X 5 = 10 you also know another and 2 division facts?
Collect 10 like objects and demonstrate this concept to your child. Ask them to, using only those objects, put them in 2 rows of 5. How many are there altogether? Now ask them using the same objects to put them in 5 rows of 2. How many altogether? Give the same 10 objects to your child and ask them to share them into 2 groups. How many in each group? Then share the 10 objects into 5 groups. How many in each group now? Reinforce that for each calculation you have used the same 10 objects. For each calculation you have used the numbers 10, 2 and 5.
Now ask your child to complete the worksheet. Encourage them to have a go by themselves, if they find it challenging then work through some of it with them. Please put an AS (adult supported) where you provided help.
Please email the completed sheet.
English (30 minutes)
You will need: A laptop/tablet/phone, a pencil and the storyboard sheet.
Watch the short videos showing the end of ‘The Gruffalo’.
Continuing on from yesterday’s lesson, today you will be writing the end of your story.
Challenge yourself to add more adjectives to describe your character.
NB: You may need more room for writing, if so, we suggest continuing your writing on a lined piece of paper.
Ask your adult to send a picture of your completed storyboard to your class email address.
English – Reading
With an adult and a book of your choosing, spend 20 minutes reading and discussing what you have read.
You will need: laptop/tablet/phone and the habitats worksheet
Living things and their habitats
With an adult, work through the information PowerPoint about habitats. There are many opportunities to stop and answer questions with an adult.
You will learn about our local habitat, then move onto learning about pond habitats and woodland habitats.
We then challenge you to research about desert and rainforest habitats, using the link here or on the PPT
You are not restricted to this link if you want to do some additional research with an adult.
Then you will choose an animal that lives in either a woodland, desert or rainforest habitat and complete the fact file information sheet on that animal. Try to ensure you are drawing scientific diagrams (that means drawing what they really look like!)