WC 18th May

16 May 2020

Hi 4/5R,

I hope you are all well and have had a nice week. Next week looks like it may be sunny again, so hopefully you'll get to enjoy some outdoor activities. Below are this week's science, topic, RE and art exercises for you to try.  I hope you enjoy doing them!


This week you will learn about 2 more forces - water resistance and upthrust.  Read through the PowerPoint and then there is an experiment you could try, if you have the equipment, or a worksheet.  There are 3 versions of the worksheet - red is the easiest and green the most difficult, you decide which on you would like to try.

  -PPT Water Resistance-V295797691.pptx-  

  -Labelling Forces - Red-V295797706.docx-  

  -Labelling Forces - Amber-V295797718.docx-  

  -Labelling Forces - Green-V295797730.docx-  

  -Water Resistance Experiment Sheet-V295797742.docx-  

Topis - History

The Kingdom of Benin

Use the information you have learnt over the last 2 weeks (or look back over the previous PowerPoints) to create a double page spread or fact file about the Kingdom of Benin. Find extra information about the Kingdom by reading through the pages below on BBC Bitesize.

You could write about some of their history – how the Kingdom began and how it ended, some information about what life was like there and some of their beliefs, and talk about some of the incredible art work they produced.  Include drawings in your work – you could draw the Obas, or the Benin people, some of their art or some artefacts.


This week we will be looking at what Jesus' teachings tell Christians about generosity.  Watch the video about the widow's offering, then download the word document and try to answer the questions. What do you thinks the story teaches us?


  -The Widows Offering - link and questions-V295797832.docx-  

Art  - L.O. To draw parabolic curves

This week it's another activity courtesy of Art John.  It combines maths and art, to draw parabolic curves using straight lines.

Watch the video by Art John carefully.  These drawing can be quite tricky to do and it may take you a few attempts to get the hang of it.  Here is the link to the video:

Try the 2 way axis sheet first (number each axis from 0-10), you could then go on and try the 4 way axis or use the blank paper to create your own. If you use the blank template, the paper on page 2 and 5 are probably the best ones to use.
When you have completed your drawings you could add some colour if you like, to make them really stand out!
When drawing your lines, remember to connect the following numbers:

1 - 10
2 - 9
3 - 8
4- 7
5 - 6
6 - 5
7 - 4
8 - 3
9 - 2
10 - 1

Squared Paper:

  -graph paper - 2 way axis.docx-  

  -graph-paper - 4 way axis.docx-  


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