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First day of absence work- Spring 

Maths

For your maths task we would like you to use long multiplication to answer the questions. 
Section A: long multiplication sums

Section B: word problems 

Section C: missing number problems 

 

Spend around half an hour working through as many questions as you can. 

 

Remember to send your work back on your portfolio.

English

Comprehension:

During the Autumn term, we learnt about Isaac Newton in our Science lessons. Today we would like you to read through the information to find out more about his life, then have a go at answering each question in as much detail as you can. 

 

Science

 

Last term we learnt about light, how it travels and how this allows us to see. Use your knowledge to help you complete the two activities on the worksheet attached. 

 

History 

In the Autumn term we completed our Wheels On Fire topic. We learnt all about Coventry in World War Two. Today we would like you to put yourself in the position of a child during the war and have a go at writing a diary entry from this perspective. Read through the attached instruction sheet. We look forward to seeing what writing you can produce! 

Remember to send your work back on your portfolio. 

 

Extra Tasks

Read for at least 10 minutes today and record this in your reading diary. Don't forget to list any new words you come across and try to find out the meaning. If you do not have a reading book at home, send your teacher a message and they will set you a book on Reading Planet. 

 

Log on to Rock Star Maths and spend at least 10 minutes practising and challenging yourself with your times tables.

 

Practise your weekly spellings using some ideas from the spelling menu below. If you do not have your list with you, select ten words from the Year 5/6 list. Send your teacher a message on Dojo and they will send you the weekly spelling list. 

 

 


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