Thank you to everyone who has shared their work with me. Remember that I post comments to you on studyladder every day you go on (bar Thursdays), just click on the envelope for your comments.
This week's work:
I thought we would do something different in maths. This week go to: http://www.iseemaths.com/lessons56/ Each day there is a video to watch, which you will need to pause at various points. There is then an activity underneath you can do. Have a go and let me know what you think.
Literacy: we are looking this week at the alchemist. As with last week I expect you to do all the activities (the picture is optional). You can either write a story, or a character description for the person collecting jar. There will also be additional activities on studyladder.
This week I would like you to create an exercise regime and complete it at least three times during the week. This can either be a workout, a circuit or a game. Let me know your regimes as I will post them on the blog next week for your friends to have a go at.
We are going to be using http://www.rainforestcoding.co.uk to do some computing. Please email me for the log in details. Start with the basic Scratch unit. After that, you could try the advanced or even learn python. Let me know how you get on.
As always continue with ReadTheory, Corbetts5aday and your spellings.
Have a great week!!
I am really impressed with the games that you have been creating - they are all on different themes and look like a lot of fun to play.
Archie and Evan's game based on pool.
Alex's Jurasic world game
Kaycee's game - make sure to follow rule 6!!
Alden's topical game
Elsa created a game linked to the Tudors
Josh's game - you need several different dice
So the Easter holidays are over and it's now back to school! Judging by the photos, lots of you were very busy.
This week we are going to be following White Rose planning for maths. We might find we have done some of the work before, but that is ok, it will help us revise.
Year 5 follow these links: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Year 6 follow these links: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/
Start on Week 3 Day 1 on Monday. There are answers so you can check how you have got on, please let me know, either via email or comment below. You do not need to print out the questions, just write the answers in your book
We are using another picture this week - open the watery world pdf.
Monday: Complete the sentence activities, writing sentences using brackets. Then complete the 'sick' sentences. Can you rewrite them so that they are more exciting and interesting to read?
Tuesday: complete the questions
Wednesday: using the picture from Monday - continue on the story. You can write them in your books or type them and email them to me.
Thursday: either continue your story (which included editing) or complete the study ladder activities.
Friday: complete the studyladder activities.
Design a board game - you might need to play a few first to find out what elements you like in the game. Design and make your game, take photos and let me know all about it.
This week's Literacy was based on a watery world. Can you design your ideal underwater world or home? This could be drawn, painted, made from lego - be imaginative. Again send photos so we can share your work.
If you have not already done so - sign up to Duolingo and have a go with your French. Let me know how you get on.
In addition: I expect you to do Readtheory every day and complete Corbetts five a day: https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/ (just use the current date) and learn your spellings (this half terms have been uploaded to the class website page) Year 6 - you will need to think of some words which you find tricky to spell - check your last piece of writing for ideas.
I hope everyone had a lovely Easter and the Easter bunny came!
Remember to send me updates of how you have been enjoying the holidays.
Alden has been swimming in his pool and planting seeds.
Ryan has been enjoying setting snd taking part in an Easter egg hunt.
Elsa read in the Good Friday church service.