Good morning Ash Class. It is important that you fit your learning into a time table which works best for you, but below is our suggested format for you. Please remember if you have any problems with today's work to send Miss Bridges and Mrs Causer an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would also love to see photographs of your work today. Good luck with your challenges.
Today is Safer Internet Day! Click the picture below to load the virtual assembly. Consider- Should we trust everything we see online?
Practise staying safe online, and complete some of these activities:
Starter: To round numbers to the nearest 100:
Click here to watch a video of Miss Bridges explaining this activity to you
Have a look at the problems below. Can you find the number which is the odd one out using your understanding of rounding to the nearest 100? Write a sentence to explain it.
Main: To solve problems using my knowledge of Roman Numerals.
Yesterday, you looked at the Roman Numeral number system with Mrs Causer. Remind yourself of these by completing the online lesson with Oak Academy. Click here.
Watch the video from 5:00.
Activity: Use what you have learnt, to solve these problems:
Starter: To use standard English (was/were did/done)
Main: To be able to explain something in detail
Read the Snoozeatron text below. As you read, think about the image you are getting in your head.
Draw a picture of the snoozeatron based on what you have read. You could challenge yourself by drawing it like a comic strip, showing each step.
Then watch the Soozeatron video- how effective do you think the explanation was? Did they include enough details?
Now, watch the next cracking contraption. Verbally practise explaining how it works to somebody in your house- make sure you include lots of detail. You could even ask them to draw it from your description to see if you should have added more detail.
You could film your explanation and send it to us too.
LO: To explore strategies for reading unknown words.
As this text is non-fiction, we will be reading lots of scientific vocabulary.
What would you do if you came across a word that we were unable to read?
Watch the video with Miss Bridges to discuss the strategies you could use.
Now have a go at reading these words. Do yo know what they mean? Write the definitions next to the words.
Click the picture below to launch the BBC website which will introduce the topic of reading unknown words.
Class Story- The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
LO: To review words we have learnt before
Have a look at some of the words that we have learnt this year. Play a game with somebody in your family- give them the meaning and see if they can guess the word or perhaps you could draw a picture.
Dusk, Shimmering, Scrawny, Insecure, Blustery, Howl, Dewy, Sweltering, Electrifying, Hazy, Downpour, Scrumptious, Ravenous, Twilight
Try the two activities below:
LO: To recognise animals in French
Today is our final lesson on French animals. Test what you have remembered by answering the five questions on the video below. This is also an interactive quiz on the Language Angels website.
Complete this end of unit Summary sheet. The learning exercises are on the language angels website. The log in information is below.
To access the learning resources for your French lesson please visit the Language Angels website by clicking HERE
Click log in and sign in using the details below in the home school area.
Entry Level Challenge,
There is an interactive Powerpoint for you to use like we do in class and some interactive games to try.