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Work for week Beginning 11th January

Mr Butler - 10 Jan 2021

Hello Centaurs,

Hope you are well and that you  managed to have some fun out in the snow on Friday. It has been great to see You are all doing a great job with your learning and I have seen some great work so far on Teams. Don't forget if you are struggling to upload documents, just send me a quick message on the chat or ask your grown up to send me an email and I will try to help as quickly as possible.

Below is all the home learning work for the week. Maths and English is first and then the other subjects are in timetable order. I will also be adding some  Sumdog challenges for spelling, maths and grammar.

As Mrs Bassitt has said, we are currently putting together a new timetable so that we can offer more teaching slots on Zoom and we all are investigating the best way to record videos to help your learning further. I miss you all.


Take care and stay safe,

Mr Butler smiley

 
Maths 

For the next three weeks, we will be carrying on with multiplication and division. Start every session with the flashback 4; then watch the video (follow the instructions on the video for ompleting the questions). When you have completed the questions, check the answers and then have a go at the true or false question (just like you would in class). 
 Flashback 4
If you could upload your work onto Teams when you have completed it then that would be great.

Monday - L.O: To learn the 11 and 12 times tables.
Video Link
Monday Worksheet  
Monday Worksheet answers
True or False Monday  

Tuesday - L.O: To multiply 3 numbers.
Video Link
Tuesday Worksheet
Tuesday Worksheet answers
True or False Tuesday

Wednesday - L.O: To understand factor pairs.
Video Link
Wednesday Worksheet
Wednesday Worksheet answers
True or False Wednesday

Thursday - L.O: To explore different ways to multiply efficiently. 
Video Link
Thursday Worksheet
Thursday Worksheet Answers
True or False Thursday

Friday - L.O: To use written methods to multiply. 
Video Link
Friday Worksheet
Friday Worksheet Answers
True or False Friday


 
English

For the next two weeks, you have the amazing Mrs Considine (who created the writing rainbow and the sentence stacking technique we use in class) teaching you through her live lessons on her YouTube channel. She will work through a unit of sentence stacking focussing on the book, 'The Secret of Black Rock.' We will be following this in school and I for one cannot wait to see what Mrs C has in store for us! The live sessions run from 9.45-10.45 each morning but don't worry if you are unable to watch at those times as each session is available as a recording from the same YouTube channel.

English Link


 
History (Monday) L.O: Who was John Cabot?

Our history topic this half term is Tudor explorers. The Tudor period (1485-1603) was a golden age for exploring and discovering new things and places. Each week, we will look at a different Tudor explorer. This week we will find out about John Cabot. Watch the video and read the information page. Use this information to create a mini PLC on John Cabot. If you could upload it to Teams by this Friday (15th January) then that would be great. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

https://kids.kiddle.co/John_Cabot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHF8zl5oln0



 
Science (Tuesday) L.O. How do we hear sounds? To explain how different sounds travel

First, open up this PowerPoint and read through it to find out more about how sounds travel.

  -Hearing Sounds PPT.ppt-  

Follow the instructions to find out how to carry out the mini-investigation to find a link between the size of the vibrations and the loudness of a sound.
(If you don't have the neccessary resources for the investigation, don't worry. You can just skip straight onto creating your poster). 
 
 
Task:
Use what you have learned from the PowerPoint and video to create a poster explaining how sound travels. 

Please upload your work onto Teams. (The deadline is Friday 15th January). 

 

*If you have Netflix, there is a really good Story Bots episode called ‘How Do Ears Hear?’ which would be worth watching!
 
There is also this Story Bots song which you can listen to on You Tube:

How Do Ears Hear? - YouTube
 

 
Jigsaw (Wednesday) L.O: To explain my hopes and dreams. 

Our Jigsaw topic this half term is Dreams and Goals. This week, we will look at the basketball player Michael Jordan (a particular hero of mine.)

Listen to the story Salt in His Shoes and watch this clip of highlights from Michael Jordan's amazing career. Answer the following questions:
What do you think made Michael Jordan's dream come true?
What is resilience? Why is important to have a positive attitude to be resilient?
What dream do you have? How does it make you feel? How does having a dream make you feel?

Using the leaf template below, write or draw one of your dreams and explain how this makes you feel (if you don't have a printer you could always copy the template and draw a leaf). Decorate your leaf in any way you feel. Upload your question answers and leaves onto Teams. The deadline is Friday 15th January.

 leaf template.docx-  

 
Picture News (Wednesday)

The question for this weeks Picture News is 'How do soldiers helo us in our time of need?' Follow the link below:
Picture News at Home - 11th January



 
RE (Thursday)
L.O. To understand  how Gandhi showed his spiritual beliefs through the clothes he wore and the way he lived.

Watch this video:
Who was Gandhi? - BBC Bitesize

Then see what you can remember by having a go at the activity below the video.
 
Remember, one of the Hindu duties (dharma) is to ‘live simply’.

Gandhi came from a rich family but he wore simple clothes. He wore the clothing of a monk because he had chosen to give up worldly possessions and focus on God and spirituality.

 

           Gandhi in his earlier years                   Gandhi in his later life when he chose to dress simply


Activity:
Some of the things which Gandhi said about how we should live our lives have become very famous.
These are some of Gandhi’s most famous quotes:

  
  • In a gentle way, you can shake the world.
  • An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.
  • Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.
  • It is health that is real wealth, not pieces of gold and silver.
  • You must be the change you wish to see in the world.
  • Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.

 
Your task is to choose one of Gandhi’s quotes and write it in the middle of a piece of plain paper.
Around the edge, draw two thought bubbles and write your ideas about these questions:
 a) What can this quote teach us all?
 b) Why did you choose this quote? What does it mean to you?

 You can decorate the quote with images if you wish, such as of Hindu religious symbols.


 
Art (Friday) L.O: To discuss a painting by a famous artist

This half term, we are looking at the artist LS Lowry (you may remember him from Year 2). This week we are going to analyse (look at closely) one of his paintings. Follow the link below to find out more:
Britain at Play - LS Lowry.docx-  




 
 
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