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Wednesday 25th March 2020

Good morning 5/6AA.  I hope you are all well and that you are managing to keep yourselves entertained.  I've got a lovely activity for you to do this afternoon and younger brothers and sisters can get involved too (so can older ones).  Here are your tasks for today:

 

Maths

Go to whiterosemaths.com -resources - year 5.  Watch the video for lesson 3 (decimals as fractions 2).  Once you have watched the video, get the activity and answer the questions.  You can check your answers when you have finished.

 

Reading

Please read the climate zones text, then answer the climate zones questions. 

Writing

You are going to investigate the factors that influence climate,  There are 6 factors altogether.  For each factor, write a paragraph explaining how it influences climate.  For example, the first factor is latitude.  Places located at high latitude are far from the equator, whereas those at low latitude are close to the equator.  You will need to explain how this position affects climate.  You can do this on the actual sheet below or in your yellow books.

Topic/afternoon work

I would like you to create a rainbow picture to put in your window.  Please read the sheet below as it explains why you should do this and there are also some pictures for inspiration.

Mrs Walker's A group

Maths

Please click on the file underneath to get the worksheet that you need to do today.

Mrs Walker's B group

Maths

Please click on the file below to get the worksheet for today.

Mrs Walker's A and B groups

Reading

Click on the file below to get the reading task for today.  Read the information first and then answer the seven questions.

Writing

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

Topic/afternoon work

This afternoon I would like you to create a rainbow picture to put in your window.  Click on the file below - it explains why you are doing this.  Have fun.

You can then work on Computing. Access the second set of Code for Life levels - 13-18. You need to find the shortest routes today, so think carefully!
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