Thursday 25th June 2020
Good Morning Children and Your Parents
How are you all this morning? We hope you are all keeping well and safe. Did you all manage the hot weather yesterday? It’s hot today again, so keep yourself cool by staying indoors or playing in the shade. Remember to keep drinking as well as that will help to keep you cool.
How did you get on with your art work yesterday? We would love to see some of your amazing art work, so please email us some pictures.
Click on the video to start your day with Joe Wicks 5 minute workout.
Activity 1 – Kit has got into a muddle. Can you help finish his sentences by completing the missing words? All of the missing words should be common nouns.
Activity 2 – Write the list of nouns that you spy in Kit and Sam’s garden.
Let’s do a mindfulness activity. Just click on the video.
Mental and oral starter Activity:
Facts to make a 100.
You have 2 minutes to answer as many Maths facts as you can. Each time you get one right you’ll drop a piece of fruit into your smoothie. When your time is up you’ll whizz your smoothie and make a tasty drink. How many can you answer in 2 minutes?
Here's your Flashback page to help you remember things that we've learned last week. Press play quickly when you open up the PowerPoint so that you don't see the answers until you're ready!
Today in Maths we are going to be comparing volume. Volume is the amount of space a container or object occupies.
Here are today’s videos:
Here is your task for today:
Problems of the day:
Break Time: I think it's time for us to get moving with Super Movers. When you are ready click on the link to play the video.https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-springwatch-l1/z6vm47h
Today’s poetry focus is all about reading and performing.
These two words are homophones; they sound exactly the same (because of the silent w) but they have totally different meanings. What does each word mean?
Rap can actually have more than one meaning.
Can you think of two meanings of the word rap?
wrap – to cover
rap – to knock on something sharply
rap – a type of poem usually of African American origin, usually performed to music
Here are a few videos with examples of raps:
The poem you’re going to read today is a rap, but it also includes the word ‘wrap’!
Its title is a play on words: ‘Rap up warm in winter!’
Read it through a few times until you can read it fluently.
Try this section as a rap:
Mrs Stansfield has had a go but we are sure that you can do better!
We will continue with our rap poem tomorrow. Keep practising!
Lunch time: You must all be ready for lunch by now.
Here is the next part of the story. Let’s see if your predictions were correct. Please click this link and stop listening at 5.04.
Remember, you can pause the story at any time to answer the questions.
Here is your task:
This is our last session all about weather as we have to come to the end of our work.
In today's lesson you will be reviewing your learning.
What have we learned about weather patterns during previous lessons?
In what ways can daily weather be different to seasonal weather?
Click on the PowerPoint when you are ready.
What information helps us (and weather forecasters) predict what the weather will be like?
Can you describe ways in which weather conditions are different in places near the equator/poles?
Read the sentences and write about what you have learned about the different weather patterns.
Draw and describe what the weather is like during the different seasons.
Are you ready for another exciting story? Make sure you are sitting nice and comfortably.
Click on the video when you are ready.
We hope you've had a great day and thank you for all your hard work today. You are all AMAZING!
See you tomorrow
Mrs Stansfield and Mrs Ahmad