Maths - 3.7.2020
Why not have a go at a few more of these Sports Day Math's Challenges
* = Hard ** = Harder *** = Harder
Maths - 29.6.2020-3.7.2020: Making Arrays
Click on one of the pictures below to WhiteRoseMaths Summer Term - Week 8 (w/c 15th June)
Watch the videos and complete the activities which I added below as documents, as they are no longer accessible through the website.
Reading - 3.7.2020:
Daily Book Club: George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl
Click on the picture to learn how to discuss what words mean and to write creatively.
Design and Technology - 3.7.2020: Sources of Energy
Click on this link and learn the basics of energy generation from different sources.
Watch the video above and then have a go at reading these sentences
English - 2.7.2020: Write a command, question and statement sentence
Watch the video above and then write a command, question and statement sentence about the pictures below.
Maths - 1.7.2020
Why not have a go at one of these Sports Day Math's Challenges
* = hard ** = harder *** = hardest
English - 1.7.2020: Write your own counting poem
Click on the picture below to learn what counting poems are and try writing one yourself.
Science - 1.7.2020: Dinosaurs
Click on the picture to go to the BBC Bitesize lesson on Dinosaurs.
English - 30.6.2020: Practising sight words and writing questions
Click on the picture to practise sight words and understand how to identify and write questions correctly.
Phonics - 30.6.2020: Alternative Spellings for the /oi/ phoneme
Watch yesterday's Phonics video again if you like or just...
...read these sentences again.
The boys ate oysters.
Don't spoil the coil or it will not go boing.
Dig deep in the soil and you might find toys or coins.
Then click on the picture below to go to the /oi/ games on the phonics play website...
Geography - 30.6.2020: The Seasons
Click on the link to learn about the four seasons including the weather in the UK during spring, summer, autumn and winter.
English - 29.6.2020: Four types of sentences
Click on the link below to be able to identify and write the 4 different types of sentences.
History - 29.6.2020: Who was Professor Stephen Hawking?
Click on the picture below to learn about the life and achievements of Professor Stephen Hawking.