Today I want you to work really hard at joining on and off of the letter f. The second image encourages you to do this in the EXTRA section. Keep trying the words until you are happy with your joins.
If you feel you have done really well with your joins, you could move on to the EXTENSION section.
LO: To use past and present progressive verb forms
Watch the teaching video which teaches about progressive verbs.
Complete the activity below. Select the star level depending on how confident you feel. 3 Stars is the most challenging.
LO: To use equivalent lengths cm and mm.
Today we are going to practise our halves of numbers again. Let’s see if we are more confident today.
Please use Hit the Button and click Halves
Then select from the list on the left.
Start with what you worked hard on yesterday then push a step forward again today.
Today we are building on our knowledge of equivalent lengths but using cm and mm.
Please watch the video lesson.
Please work through the Tuesday Power Point to make sure you understand what was mentioned in the video.
Complete the Tuesday activity. This can be printed out or write answers in your home learning book. Please don’t copy all of the questions out, just write your answers. Use any jottings and methods you would like to work out your answers in your book too, just like we do at school!
Check your work alongside the answers.
Challenge yourself further with the extension activity to see if you have really mastered equivalent lengths.
Reading: The Boy Who Grew Dragons Chapter 12
LO: To use 8 points of a compass
Please watch the BBC video about using a compass. There is an activity at end of the video - to draw map of route taken by character- you can complete this activity if you want to, but please complete the class activity first: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/using-a-compass-and-reading-maps/13563.html
Children I have had a look at this link. It seems to work for some and not for others. If you can't access this video please don't worry and concentrate on the activity below!
Please watch the teacher video then complete the activity below.
Now consider the UK:
1 - write a country in each of the 8 compass points in comparison to the UK.
2 – ocean
This will help consolidate and build on your knowledge of the UK.
LO: To examine similarities and differences between Christian, Islamic and Hindu prayer
Today we are going to look at three prayers:
Here is an example of the Gayatri Mantra from YouTube. You could use the first three minutes.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlnHON3tAXo
Here is an example from YouTube of the First Surah, the Opener, used in Islamic Prayer
Here is an example from YouTube of the Christian Lord’s Prayer (this is a
classical version), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzTHDZh35Vs
Things to think about:
What do they mean? Are they similar or different?
Look for similarities and differences – what do all three prayers say about God? What do they ask?
What do the prayers actually ask for?
Which prayer do you like the most and why?
You could talk to a parent/carer, sibling or friend about this work, or you could make a list of similarities and differences.