Thank you to all of you who had a go at creating an audio file yesterday!
I have included them, and photos from Easter in the link below...
PE - Joe Wicks
Morning work - Handwriting
English - Mystery text prediction/reading comprehension
Maths - Fractions (equivalent)
Music - Anglo-Saxon theme singing
PE - Striking and Fielding
Using the lined paper in your pack, write the alphabet in capitals and lower case in your neatest joint handwriting...
Look at the map, what does the map show you?
Write down a sentence or two to explain what you have noticed.
Look at the pictures of the different characters, what do you think might happen in the story?
Write your prediction of the story...
Finally have a look at the questions about 'A note from Hiccup', read the passage on the final page and read the questions.
Fold it once - do you have two equal parts?
(could you write that as a fraction?)
How many times can you fold it into equal parts?
Today we will start looking at equivalent fractions (remember equivalent means - same), go through the powerpoint presentation and choose the option sheet you would like to complete, you do not need to print the sheet out (the answer page will be at the end of the pdf).
I have also included an extension task for you.
Use the link below to have a go at the BBC Anglo-Saxon music lesson
Today you would have started PE with Mr Clarke, unfortunately he won't be able to do PE with you, so I have planned an activity for you to do.
You will need a ball... (any size, different sizes if you want!)
I'd like you to start off bouncing and catch it, can you bounce, clap and then catch it?
What about throwing it, tap your knees and then catch it?
Can you sit on the floor and throw it perfectly up and catch it?
Next I'd like you to try bouncing it off a wall or practice catching with a family member, try doing some different passes/challenges while trying to catch the ball.