Thursday 25th June 2020
Good morning! Hope you had a good day yesterday and that you are all ok at home.
Your tasks for today are as follows…
Maths: Theme Park Maths continued
Continue to spend about 10 minutes working on your times tables on TTRS or hit the button in order to keep them fluent and up to the speeds and accuracy we have worked so hard to achieve.
Children in school yesterday didn’t complete both of the theme park maths tasks that I set. Today, we are going to continue with Task 6 and also complete Task 7. Please complete up to the end of Task 7.
If you did manage to finish the tasks set yesterday and so would like more maths to do today, please us the link below and work through the activities on finding the area of parallelograms.
English and Well-being: primary school reflection sheet
To keep your minds healthy and positive, remember to complete your daily well-being activity where possible. For today’s well-being activity, complete the primary school reflection sheet that is linked below. This will involve you thinking back over your time in primary school. Draft your ideas before you begin writing so that your work is the best it can be. Think carefully about all of your primary school memories before you begin. I will be using the replies to some of these questions in an end-of-year video, so please ask a parent to email in a clear photo once you have completed these sheets if you wish to be included in the video with everyone else.
Your additional lesson today is science. This lesson will look at the different food groups and how we can ensure we eat a balanced diet. Go through the PowerPoint slides and then complete the activities.
Task 1: complete the worksheet on page 1 of the worksheets linked below using the internet and your own ideas to help you.
Extension 1: use the food label cards (on pages 3 and 4 of the worksheets linked below) to complete the questions on the worksheet on page 2.
Extension 2: create an example of a healthy, balanced meal.
I hope you are all well and safe at home. Please keep in touch with me and the class by asking a parent to send in emails or tweet us – it would be great to see what you are up to!