Home Learning: Spring Term Week 3
Last week, I had even more learning sent to me on Seesaw and I can see that you are all learning lots at home. I have also been checking TT Rockstars and Bug Club and I can see that lots of you are now completing these activities as well. On top of your learning, some of you have been making cornflake cakes and cookies. Others have been out for long walks around the countryside and making cards for their neighbours. Great work, Kingfishers!
This week, I have provided you with five English lessons, five maths lessons and five topic lessons. In English, you will be learning about non-chronological reports. In maths, both Year 4 and Year 5 children will be learning about perimeter. In topic, you will have three science lessons (states of matter) plus one music and one PSHE lesson.
Remember to log in to Bug Club to read for 20 minutes every day and answer the questions by clicking on the little green bugs. This is one of the most important tasks for you to complete as it will help you with you comprehension skills. It is also important for you to log in to TT Rockstars daily and practise your spellings for your home learning spelling test every Friday.
If you aren't already, please remember to send your work and activities to me on Seesaw.
Have a lovely week, Kingfishers.
White Rose Maths are providing worksheets along with video tutorials which cover the areas in maths that we would normally be doing in class. The worksheets and answers can now be found here on the class page (In the sub-folders below). The videos, which provide an input for each lesson, can be found via the links in the Kingfisher Class Home Learning Timetable at the top of this page.
This week, you will continue your learning about wild cats, focusing on the key features of these majestic animals. Later in the week, you will use all of your previous learning to create the opening to your very own non-chronological report which will include an opening and a paragraph focusing on the appearance of wild cats. Try to include some expanded noun phrases, fronted adverbials and even some possessive apostrophes in your report if you have the opportunity to do so.
You will find all of the links for the learning videos in the 'Kingfisher Class Home Learning' file at the top of this page. All work this week should be completed in your exercise book (which you can collect from school) or lined/plain paper.
In our topic lessons this week, you will continue with your learning about solids, liquids and gases. You will find out why states change from one state to another and learn about melting and boiling points. You will also learn about the substances which do not fit into one state of matter. The worksheets for these lessons can be found below (these worksheets do not need to be printed. You can write the answers in your exercise book if you would prefer). The video links for each topic lesson can be found in the Kingfisher Class Home Learning file at the top of this page.
You also have a PSHE lesson based on staying active and a music lesson which will teach you about the rhythmic cycles in Indian classical music.
Don't forget to try the quizzes at the beginning and at the end of these lessons. They will help you remember the important parts of the lesson.
P.E. - 18/01/21
I almost forgot, Mr D has created a P.E lesson for you to try out this week. If you would like to join in with Mr D, follow the link below: