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Monday 18th May 2020

Good morning 5/6 AA.  You've made it through 6 weeks of home schooling.  Just this week to go until half term and then you can have a week off.  How was your weekend?  Did any of you do anything exciting?  I spent the weekend writing your reports.  I have nearly finished now.  I'm going to tell you again how wonderful you all are.  Keep going with the daily tasks, you are all doing a great job.  Here are your tasks for today:

Maths

Click here to go to the BBC Bitesize lesson about multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.  There is a video to watch, an interactive activity and then two worksheets.  Please read all the information on the website.  You can access the worksheets on the website or you can click on the files below.

Reading

Read the information about Florence Nightingale and then answer the questions.  you can check your work when you have finished using the answer sheet.

Writing

Have a look at the images on the hospital ward images file below.  The first one is a painting of how a hospital ward would have looked in Florence Nightingale's time.  The second image is a picture of a hospital ward today.  You need to use the second file (comparing hospitals worksheet) to help you compare the two hospital wards.

Mrs Walker's group A

Maths

Please click on the file below to get your work for today.

Mrs Walker's group B

Maths

Click on the file below to get your work for today.  Read the questions carefully.

Mrs Walker's A and B groups

Reading

Read the information about Florence Nightingale on the file below and then answer the questions.  Use the answer sheet to check your work.

Writing

Have a look at the information on the PowerPoint presentation below.  It is all about how hospitals have changed since Florence Nightingale was a nurse.  Then use the worksheet to write about what hospitals were like then and what Florence Nightingale did to change them.

Whole class

Afternoon work

This afternoon you are going to create some aboriginal art,  You will need some paper, paint brushes and paint before you start.  If you don't have any paint you can use crayons or coloured pencils and pens.  

Have a look at these examples.

Click here to watch a video that shows you how to create your own piece of aboriginal art.
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