Start the lesson with some times tables practise, you choose the method that works best for you.
Next do another times tables test. How are you getting on? I think you will be times tables superstars when you return to school!
Can I compare fractions?
Watch the video on the link below Summer Week 1 Day 3
The Worksheet is saved below. Remember just do what you can on the worksheet. Work at your pace. There are 2 pages, if you only get one of these done that's fine.
If the worksheets go well, I have added a challenge question if you want to do this in addition.
Can I write decimals?
Follow the link below and watch the video: Summer Week 1 Lesson 2
Then have a go at the worksheet saved below. Remember just do what you can on the worksheet. Work at your pace. There are 2 pages, if you only get one of these done that's fine. I don't expect everyone to do the whole sheet.
If the worksheets go well, I have added a challenge question if you want to do this in addition
Can I identify the features of instructions?
Can I use adverbials?
Today you are going to do parts of Lessons 3 and 4 as both will consolidate some things you have learnt at school.
First watch the video on the link below up to 10 minutes 50. (Leave out the spelling part)
Then go to the task. It is a set of instructions about trapping an Iron Man (who we are very familiar with!) Complete the Slides up to Slide 6. Then do the quiz.
Next go onto the next lesson saved below. This is how to use adverbs and adverbials.
Do the written task on Slide 2 which is to rewrite instructions for the Co-bot 20 using adverbials.
There are examples on the following slides.
If you have time, you could do the quiz as well.
Write down your 3 favourite things in the whole world.
Watch the powerpoint - Jesus' Disciples
Answer these questions:
What did Jesus ask Simon (Peter) and Andrew to do?
Who and what did James and John leave behind to follow Jesus?
What special new job did Jesus give to His new disciples?
The men must have thought Jesus was very special to leave things they loved to follow Him. Would you find it hard to leave behind the things on your list?
The first four books of the New Testament are called the Gospels. The word 'Gospel' means 'Good News'. This is where we find out about the 'Good News' that Jesus came to tell everyone. He wanted all people to hear it forever. That is why Christians still talk about who Jesus is today and the wonderful things He did and said.
On the fish, write what you think the disciples thought when Jesus asked them to leave everything and follow Him.
Decorate it with pictures of your 3 favourite things you listed earlier.
When you have finished, email your work and address it to Mrs Lambert as well so I can see it too. 😊
This lesson is another one from the Oak Academy. There are lots of different activities to do on it including singing and finding the pulse in pieces of music. I really enjoyed it, I hope you do too.