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First day of absence work-week beginning 14th September 2020

 

Maths

We would like you to spend no more than 30 minutes on each activity. Worksheets are attached at the bottom of the page.

 

Activity 1 – Place Value

Complete the worksheet below to practise your understanding of place value. You will be asked to write the value of a digit, to compare numbers, reason and problem solve. Please work on the worksheet provided.

 

Activity 2 – Times Table Fun pack

Below we have attached a ‘Times Table Fun Pack’ for you. You may want to start at the beginning and work your way through, or you may choose to focus on a particular times table. You may wish to challenge your family too!

 

Reading

We would like you to continue to read for ten minutes a day to an adult. Please ask the adult to sign your diary. 

 

Activity 1

Please complete the comprehension below answering in full sentences. You can choose a difficulty level of your choice by looking at the stars at the bottom of your page.

 

Writing

Please spend about 30 minutes on this activity.

 

Look at the picture below and write a description using the five senses (look, taste, touch, hear, smell). Use as many adjectives as you can to describe the scene. Challenge yourself to include some conjunctions to extend your sentences.

 

Science

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgffr82/resources/2

Use the link above to watch as many or as little videos as you’d like on sound! There will be things that you have already been taught but also new learning!

 

We would then like you to create a PowerPoint about sound. Use information from the videos you have watched, what you have been taught in school as well as information you may choose to find out from the internet/books. Be sure to include pictures and interesting facts!

 

Topic

Have a look at the Roman Numerals PowerPoint which shows you how to read numbers using Roman symbols. Then have a go at the activity sheet below. You can choose your difficulty.

 

Challenge – Can you create some Roman Numeral maths questions for a family member to answer?

 

 


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