Tuesday 5th January 2021
Below is a model timetable for how you could set out your day of home learning.
9.00am - 10.00am: Morning session 1
10.30am - 11.30am - Morning session 2
11.30am - 12.00pm
Quiet reading independently or with an adult/sibling
1.00pm - 3.00pm
Times tables practice.
Complete the worksheet below that looks at multiplying 2 and 3 digits by 1 digit.
Remember some of the methods we looked at yesterday to work out the multiplications.
Complete the worksheet below that looks at adding adverbs into a sentence or paragraph.
Yesterday we learnt about how to be a good follower of Jesus. We talked about the different scriptures the disciples wrote about being a good follower of Jesus.
Go through the PowerPoint below and complete the Twist It and the Deepen it question.
This should be completed in your home learning book.
Complete the Multiplication speed test and see how quickly you can fill it in.
Good luck and let me know how quickly you did the test :)
Read through the comprehension extract and answer the questions based on the extract.
Complete the mixed maths below which covers a few of the things we have looked at this term.
Once you have finished, try the extension activity below as well.
It's time for some comprehension. Read the text below and use your ability to reach a conclusion based on looking at the evidence and reasoning (inference). Answer the questions below in your home learning books.
LET'S GET ACTIVE!
Complete the Joe Wicks activity below to get your heart racing!
For Maths today, watch the video below that explains the method on how to multiply 4 digits by 1 digit.
Once you have watched the video, complete the activities attached.
To be successful in today's lesson it is really important you need the purpose of a subordinate clause below:
A subordinate clause contains both a subject and a verb.
Subject - A person or a thing that it is being discussed.
Verb - A verb is a word used to describe an action, state or occurrence.
A subordinate clause must be attached to a main clause as it would not make sense on its own. For example "I was hungry because I missed breakfast". In this sentence "because I missed breakfast" is the subordinate clause to the main clause "I was hungry".
Your first activity is to finish of the sentences by adding more detail to the subordinate clauses.
Use a code of your choice to identify the main clause and the subordinate clause in the sentences.
I am expecting everyone to complete the first activity and I am also expecting everyone to have a go at the challenge activity. I am looking forward to marking your work.
Today you are going to look at the Epiphany. You will understand why the Epiphany is important and you will complete the task at the end of the PowerPoint.
Once you have completed the task, you can upload a picture of your work to our class email at the top of the page.