Hello everyone, I hope you all had a good break and are ready for 2021! I will be posting work here by 5pm for the following day, to give parents time to do any preparations such as printing etc. if needed. You can complete the work on paper or type up and email it to me if you'd prefer. Feel free to ask any questions about any of the work that is uploaded. My direct email is below and I would be glad to help where I can. Please send me any work you do that you would like me to share with the rest of class. Stay safe and sensible.
Mr Lathia - firstname.lastname@example.org
Today in maths you will progress on to learning how to do simple division which have remainders. Like always when learning something new, you will have to persevere and concentrate extra hard. Just do your best that's all I can ask. Leave out any questions you cannot do and make a note of them so you can tell me about them in the zoom call. Watch the video and answer the questions in the link below. You may need to watch the video a couple of times if you find it tricky. Also pause the video at points to give yourself time to do some calculations, this may help your understanding. Question 7 and 8 are a challenge so only do them if you can. Good luck Kingfisher!
This is your final lesson for the persuasive writing unit. Today, you will complete your persuasive advert for a healthy snack, that you have designed. Remember to use the work that you have been learning over the last two weeks to help you write your advert. Here is a reminder of some of the features you have learnt:
Rhyme, alliteration and puns
Follow the link below and remember to send me a photo of your work as I would love to see your healthy snack advert!
Today in science you will be exploring asexual and sexual plant reproduction and the life cycle of plants. follow the link and follow the instructions. There are some videos and activities for you to do and also some extra ideas for you if you want to do more at home. Just do what you can and enjoy!
Today's maths session will focus on new learning and we will be dividing 4-digits by 1-digit numbers. It will be similar to the last session but with a couple of extra steps. Stick with it, children often need a few tries at division before they nail it so persevere. Just do your best and do not stress about it. Watch the video and complete the questions in the link below.
Remember to keep sending in your work so I can share what you are doing. Also, send in other things, apart from home learning, you've been doing that your proud of so I can celebrate what you've done.
In this session, you will build on the work you've done on vocabulary and focus on alliteration, rhyme, adjectives and slogans. You will then write your own slogan for your healthy snack. Keep them safe because I will get you to share your ideas in the zoom call. Just do your best and remember to make your slogan catchy. Follow the link below for the session. Good luck!
January 12th 2021
Well done to everyone who logged onto the zoom call. Remember we are meeting again today at 12pm.
Today's maths session will be on 'dividing 2-digits by 1-digit' again, but this time the session will be a little more difficult to push your learning on. Do not stress if you don't understand something, just do your best, that's all I can ask. Remember I will be available online on 'Zoom' if you need any questions answering. Watch the video and answer the questions in the link below, Good Luck!
In today's lesson you are going to learn more root words that you can apply the suffixes 'er', 'est' and 'test' to the end of words. You will need to know and understand the following key vocabulary:
Suffix - a group of letters at the end of a word that changes its meaning.
Root word - most basic version of a word.
Adjective - an adjective describes a noun.
This week we will be dividing numbers. I know some of you worry about this but please don't, we will go at a nice steady pace. Remember you can ask me questions on the Zoom Call at 12pm if you get stuck. Try your best in doing the lesson, it should just be a little refresher of what you did last year. The questions are in a link below the video. Good luck.
In today's lesson you will exploring unhealthy and healthy snacks. There is a warm up writing task which revisits using superlatives, such as greatest and fastest. You will then begin to think about your healthy snack. When you are doing this, think of the purpose of the snack and the audience.
Purpose: To design a healthy snack
Audience: Will it be for yourself? Your parent? Your teacher? Or someone else?
Today's Reading task is a news debate. Read through the article and then at the end decide who you think is the biggest hero. Remember to give three reasons why you chose them and three reasons why you didn't choose the other people. We will talk about this in our zoom meet so be ready to feedback your responses.
In today's English lesson you will be focussing on the important vocabulary associated with meals. Follow the video below and make a list of words that you learn so you can use them next Friday in your healthy snack advert. Also, try and find out what these words mean and see if you can use them in a sentence:
wholesome hearty sumptuous
Today the new learning will be Multiplying 4-digits by 1-digit. Watch the video and try your best to complete the questions using the provided link below. If you find his difficult just do what you can to answer questions 1-3. Question 9 is a challenge so have a go if you are feeling confident. Good Luck and do not worry. I will be speaking to you next week so you can tell me what you found difficult then. I have also attached the answers below for the 'Multiplying 3-digits by 1-digit' work.
Reading - Inventions
This terms PSHE is on 'Dream and Goals'. Miss Thompson and Mrs Harris have answered these questions, what would your answers be? Follow the link below and send in your answers to me if you can because I would love to read them.
Reading - Dear Norman
If you struggle with this comprehension then scan the text and try and find:
A word with three of the same letter in it. For example, 'extremely' has 3 letter 'e' in it.
An you might find in the supermarket.
An item you can eat.
Maths: Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit
Reading - Space Tourism
Art: Little Inventors
Follow The link below for this weeks art session. Enjoy!