Our focus for maths this week is adding and subtracting. We would like you to spend no more than 30 minutes on each activity. Please complete work in the book provided by school. Worksheets are attached at the bottom of the page.
To support your child’s maths, we have also attached ongoing activities that you can use as and when you see fit.
Adding 4 digit numbers using the written method.
Subtracting 4 digit numbers using the written method.
Adding 3 numbers together mentally.
Adding and subtracting mentally.
Solving one and two-step word problems involving adding and subtracting.
Please continue with reading 5 times a week for ten minutes. In addition, we would like you to complete these daily reading activities.
Read the comprehension sheet below called ‘The London Marathon’ and then answer the questions in full sentences. There are different levels to choose from, indicated by the stars (* hard ** harder ***hardest).
Create a new bookmark for your reading book! Be as creative as you can and see what you can find around the house to decorate it with.
During our class story time, we choose a few sentences from the text and analyse them together. We pick out information that we ‘know’ from the sentence, and information we can ‘infer’ (guess) from the sentence. We also talk about if there are any writing techniques in the sentence such as similes, and we look at any punctuation and why this has been used. Look at the sentences in the worksheet below called ‘story time sentence analysis’, Write down or discuss anything you notice about these sentences. They are taken from the ‘The Twit’s’ by Roald Dahl.
Look at the extract below called ‘predicting’. It is taken from a book called ‘The Legend of Kevin’ and is about a flying pony! Read the extract carefully, and then write a prediction about what you think will happen next in the story giving your reasons from evidence in the text.
Create a new book cover for ‘The World’s Worst Teachers’.
Please complete these activities in the book provided. We expect you to spend about 30 minutes on each activity.
Remind yourself of the story book ‘Flotsam’ using this link.
Write a description of the second photo the boy finds using the success criteria below.
Complete the SPAG test below. Try to stay in the time limit of 30 minutes. You do not need to print the test, simply write the answers in your workbook.
Visit https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-english-homophones-with-johnny-inel/z6fjbdm to get you singing and dancing and help you with this week's homophone spellings!
Word families are words which have the same root word but different prefixes and suffixes eg. happy, happiness, happier. Complete the worksheet below about word families.
Get creative in the kitchen and make something! This could be a cake, a fruit salad or the dinner! Write a set of instructions about what you have made. Remember to include; ingredients, equipment and the method. Take photos if you would like to send them to your teachers! Use the template below called ‘instructions’ or set it out in your own creative way.
We would like you to complete one activity a day from the list below. You can choose which activity you do for each day. The subjects could include: Science, History/Geography, ICT, PE, Spanish, PSHE, Music, RE and Art. Enjoy learning about the world around us.
Activity 1: PSHE
Create a ‘self care plan’ for the time you are working from home. Think of different activities you can do to relax, and things you can do in-between your online learning.
Have a go at the mindfulness colouring and guided relaxation link below. There are lots and lots of these available on Youtube if you want to do more than one.
Activity 2: Art
Use the link below to teach yourself how to draw a portrait. Then have a go at drawing a portrait of a family member.
Activity 3: PE
Follow the link below to complete a ‘Harry Potter’ style cosmic yoga.
Activity 4: Spanish
In your exercise book, create a short playscript for two people using some of the phrases in the table on the worksheet below. There is an example to help you.
Activity 5: Topic
Look at the BBC news link below about the recent earthquake in Croatia. Use your knowledge from our English lessons to create a newspaper report about the disaster. Remember to set it out in columns and use the success criteria below to remind you of the key features.