# Tuesday 21st September

Good Morning Class Four!

I hope you are all safe and well. It will feel very strange going back to home learning for a few days, but I hope you find the website instructions easy to follow and you enjoy working through the tasks. I look forward to hearing about how you are getting on and am missing you in class.

Have a lovely day and work hard.

Love Miss Olver x

Maths

We have been learning about numbers up to one million over the past two weeks. We have been learning how to read and write these numbers and about the place value of each digit.

Today, you are going to be learning how to compare and order numbers.

Year 5 - You are going to be working with numbers up to 100,000. Start by watching the White Rose Maths video below and pausing when it gets to 06:34 where it says to complete questions 1-4 on the worksheet.

Then have a go at Page 1 of the worksheet (questions 1-4). You will be working on Page 2 tomorrow. I've also included the answers so you can check your work.

Year 6 - You are going to be working on all numbers. Start by watching the White Rose Maths video below and pausing when it gets to 06:13 where it says to complete questions 1-4 on the worksheet.

Then have a go at Page 1 of the worksheet (questions 1-4). You will be working on Page 2 tomorrow. I've also included the answers so you can check your work.

Year 5 and 6 - If you want some extra practice at comparing and ordering numbers, have a go at the extension task below.

English

Hopefully you completed your Silent Writing planning sheet over the weekend. If not, open the document up below and work through it.

Look at the two examples of recipes below. Think about:

Can you work out what the key features of recipe texts are? (This means, the key things a recipe text must include).

How have the texts been organised?

Which text do you prefer and why?

Hopefully you spotted that the key features of a recipe are:

Title to say what you are making

Ingredients list

Method - written in step by step order using imperative (bossy) verbs, for example: put, chop, stir, cut...

Some recipes also have extra information such as: how long it takes to cook, nutritional information and extra facts.

Now I would like you to start writing your smoothie recipe which you planned over the weekend. You will have some more time to work on this tomorrow. Try to get your title, ingredient list and equipment list written today.

E-Safety

This half term, we are thinking about how to keep ourselves safe when working online.

Watch the two videos below:

What are the important messages to be learnt from these videos?

Tell someone in your family or write down 5 key things you can do to keep yourself safe online.

If you have time, you can work through the internet safety wordsearch below.

Spelling

This week we are continuing with our work on adding the suffix -ed. Open up the document below. Underline or highlight any mistakes you spot linked to the -ed ending. Can you correct them by applying the rules you have learnt?