Use this link to access the Whiterose maths home learning website.
There are five lessons to complete. You can use the tutorial videos to help you. We recommend that you complete one lesson a day.
Your ten Mathletics activities are reset each week so make sure you complete them. You should aim to spend no more than 20 minutes on Mathletics a day.
Use this link below to find some fun, interactive games to help you with your times tables. You should practise your times tables once a day.
Here are some arithmetic questions to complete:
7 + ___ = 10
23, 26, 29, ___, ___, ___
47 + 19 =
10, 104 – 1000 =
6400 = ___ x 10
100 = 64 + ___
Round 179 to the nearest 100
2456 + 1092 =
4501 – 2933 =
Before school closed, we were planning a persuasive leaflet to persuade the reader to conserve water. We discussed why water is essential, why we should conserve our fresh water and ways that we can conserve it, such as turning the taps off when brushing your teeth.
Over the holidays, we would like you to write this persuasive leaflet, including those of you who began it at school. You can conduct your own research to help you write this and write it into the format of an actual leaflet. Remember to include model verbs, such as ‘should’, ‘can’, ‘will’. Try to make your leaflet both informative and colourful.
We would like you to choose a chapter book to read. Try to read for at least 20 minutes a day. After you have read the first chapter, create some of your own retrieval questions (questions where the answer is in the text). You can ask a grown up or sibling to have a go at your questions.
Complete the Joe Wicks workout from YouTube. We will be testing your fitness levels when we get back to school so get yourself ready! To make it fun, get your whole family involved.
Look at the symbols which relate to Easter. Select which symbol you think is the most important and explain your reasons why.
- Hot cross buns
- Easter basket
- Easter candles
- Easter lamb
- Palm branches
- The cross
In our Art sessions, we have looked at and used different sketching techniques: hatching, cross-hatching, stippling, scumbling, blending, shading and bold and light outlines.
We would like you to use these techniques to sketch an object in your house or garden, e.g. a bowl of fruit, a tree.
Our next topic is ‘Raging Romans’. This is where we learn all about the Roman Empire. We would like you to begin by conducting your own research. Use the link below to read up on the ancient Romans and watch interesting clips.
From April 20th, we will be updating the blog with your work for the next week every week. Please try to stick to the amount that has been set and complete the activities. You should spend no more than 30 minutes on each subject. Keep well and stay safe.