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Friday 3rd April 2020

 

You have 4 tasks today!

 

  • Joe Wicks PE (in fancy dress or bright colours - post your pictures on your blog under Mrs Wheatland's post!)
  • Maths 
  • RE
  • Singing!

 

Year 5 and Year 6 Maths

Continue with Easter problem solving from yesterday. If you finished your challenge from yesterday and WANT to have a go at the one below, then please do. 

 

 

 

 Whole Class RE

Create a leaflet for the Church that can be given out to visitors about what happens in the church during Lent and Easter.

The purpose of the leaflet is to inform about and explain the different rituals and worship that happen in church during this holy period, from a Christian’s perspective; the audience is people who may be visiting the church over Lent and Easter.

You can complete this either on a computer or by hand. You may present it in any way that you wish.

Please make sure that your written work follows the Year 5-6 writing expectations as outlined below!

(Please note Year 5-6, we are not expecting you to use every single point in the writing expectations above, they are there as a guide to ensure that you are writing at the correct level and still continuing to make the brilliant progress you are capable of!)

You should work on your leaflet for 2 hours – not all at once! Make sure you have regular breaks and you may wish to spread this out!

Singing

 

A new track from Surrey Get Vocal today... give it a go! I hope you have been practicing last week's too - singing always livens up a dull day! I would love to hear some of your singing, see if you can upload them to the blog or email them to Mrs Wheatland and in the usual way! 

1. Going for gold.mp3

2. No Pain No Gain.mp3

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Thursday 2nd April 2020

 

Good morning 5-6! I hope you have a great day!

 

You have 3 tasks today:

 

  • PE with Joe Wicks (I will be joining in too!)
  • Maths 
  • RE

 

Year 6 Maths

Year 6, Your Maths task will take you Today and Tomorrow to complete. Your task is to solve the ‘Mystery of the contaminated chocolate!’ You will need to use all of your mathematical knowledge and your detective skills. Please send your answers to Mrs Hagan when you have solved the mystery!

Year 5 Maths

Year 5, Your Maths task will take you Today and Tomorrow to complete. Your task is to solve the ‘Mystery of the Missing Easter Bunny Costume!’ You will need to use all of your mathematical knowledge and your detective skills. Please send your answers to Mrs Hagan when you have solved the mystery!

Whole Class RE

Was/ is Jesus God?

Your job is examine the evidence from Easter Sunday and decide what you think the most likely explanation for the Resurrection was.

On the sheet there are some theories which explain what might have happened at the resurrection. For each example, circle which of the five facts do not fit with this theory. You then need to write with is can or cannot be true, using the evidence given.

At the end you will be able to find out which of these the most evidence points to. At the bottom of the sheet, you can explain which one seems like the best explanation.
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Wednesday 1st April 2020

Good Morning 5.6

Today you have 5 tasks:

  • PE - Joe Wicks
  • Maths
  • R.E activity 1
  • R.E activity 2
  • Spanish

Please send Mrs Wheatland your Maths and R.E work to look at

Year 6 Maths

Year 6, today you will be once again completing a problem solving challenge. You need to work through the information provided to find the age of The Smith family (not our lovely Mrs Smith!). Work through it step by step and have fun with it! Remember – don’t give up!

Year 5 Maths

Today you will be looking at problem solving and reasoning questions based on Roman Numerals. Read the questions CAREFULLY and really think hard about what you are being asked. As always, look back on the weeks work to help you approach them!

If you finish that and are up for a challenge, there is a Martian number activity you might want to have ago at! Good luck!

 

Whole Class RE

Reflection question: Why is Good Friday called ‘Good’?

Watch the video below.

Can you create some art (in any way you choose, any materials that you choose to use and are available to you) showing the crosses on a hill?

Here are some examples:

  

I look forward to seeing photographs of your work!

Activity 2 (do this in a separate session, make sure you’ve had a break…imagine we are having two RE sessions at school!):

 

Watch the video below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-easter/znkngwx

 

Design an Easter card that a Christian might give to someone to celebrate the festival of Easter. The theme of the Easter card is Easter Day worship in church and so the card should have an appropriate illustration and Easter message to reflect the worship and celebrations of Holy Saturday / Easter Day in church.

The card should convey how the rituals of Easter worship in church on Holy Saturday and / or Easter Day reinforce the Christian beliefs about Easter.

Spanish Activity

Mrs Kerr has set you a Spanish activity to complete. If you go to the school emergency closure page where the year groups are listed, you will see there is now a link which says 'Junior Spanish'. Please go onto there and you will find yout work!

Tuesday 31st March 2020

 

Year 5.6 I have one word for the work I received on Monday and that is WOW! The responses to the activity asking you to draw and write about a person who has a positive effect on you actually reduced me to tears (happy ones!) and made me consider those people who have the same effect on me! Thank you for making my Monday so bright!

 

Today you have 4 tasks:

  • PE (Joe Wicks)
  • Maths task
  • RE activity 1
  • RE activity 2

Please send your Maths and RE activity 2 to Mrs Wheatland

 

Year 6 Maths

Year 6 today you will be completing and activity called Alien Maths. It is going to take lots of perseverance and you will need to use your times tables knowledge. Remember to make jottings and if it doesn’t go to plan first time – do not give up! Trial and error can also be used! Good Luck

Year 5 Maths

Yesterday you focused on Roman Numerals to 1000 and today we are going to continue that exploration. Today you are going to find out the Year of key events throughout History e.g The Battle of Hasting and the Gun Powder Plot. These dates will be written in Roman numerals and you have to work them out in numbers that we use today. Once you have completed this, Please write some of your own. It may be the Year you were born, or the year your parents were born (Please ask their permission first!)

Whole Class RE - Activity 1

Click on the links below to find out about Maundy Thursday.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/ztkxpv4/articles/z4t6rj6

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Easter/MaundyThursday.aspx

Churches will have a Eucharist on the evening of Maundy Thursday. Other names for Eucharist are Communion, The Lord’s Supper and The Last Supper.

The Bible reading that is used in Maundy Thursday services tells of the events that happened on the night before Jesus died; these include the Last Supper,  foot washing and Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane.

At the end of the Maundy Thursday Eucharist, the altar is stripped; this means that the altar frontal and all the vestments in the church are removed.

Think about: What is this symbolising?

Watch the clip below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z8vcd2p

 

Think about what Jesus was trying to tell his disciples at The last Supper. How would the disciples feel knowing it was their last meal with their friends? What kind of emotions might Christians feel when they look at Jesus on the cross?

 

Activity 1:

IF you can, print the picture below and write ideas around it about what kind of emotions the disciples may have felt. Also, in a different colour (if you can) write about how Jesus may have felt.

If printing is not possible, that is absolutely fine! Just set out your work in any way you wish as long as it is presented to the highest St Mark’s standard!

Activity 2 (do this in a separate session, make sure you’ve had a break…imagine we are having two RE sessions at school!):

Jesus showed incredible strength in the events leading up to Easter Sunday. Imagine the emotions he must have felt. Think back to your reflection activity from this morning – how did they all feel?

Have you ever felt like you are facing something difficult? How could you ask God to support you through it?

Write a prayer asking for support and guidance from God.

Monday 30th March 2020

Happy Monday Year 5.6. I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and continue to keep safe and well?  Today marks the start of a brand new week and lots of new learning and activities for you to all complete. I would like to reinforce  that myself and Mrs Hagan love receiving  your work and we do read and mark every single piece - it continues to be of St Mark's high standard and we are very proud of each and every one of you!

 

Today you will have 4 tasks to complete and they are:

  • PE (Joe wicks work out!)
  • Maths
  • R.E (activity 1)
  • R.E (activity 2)

Please send Mrs Wheatland your complete Maths task and R.E activity 1.

 

Year 5 and Year 6 Maths

 

Today both Year 5 and 6 maths focus will be reading and writing Roman numerals to 1000 (M). 

Did you know that The Ancient Romans used a different method of showing number? They are common in modern life: you might use them more than you think! They were used in coins, art and other artefacts. Today, Roman Numerals are still used for chapter headings, on some clocks, lists and for film sequels such as the Star Wars films.

We now mostly use what are called Arabic numbers (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9). However, exploring different types of numbers can a fascinating and great for improving your understanding of number and pattern.

 

Today I would like you to read through the ppt below and then answer the activity.

Whole Class RE

Some questions to consider before you start:

 

  • When you learn something, what is the best way of learning about it?
  • What is the best way of really understanding something?
  • What is the best way of remembering something?

 

This week, we are going to learn about what happens in churches during Lent and at Easter.

At the moment, churches are marking Lent. Lent is the preparation time for Christians in getting ready for the most important festival of all for them, Easter.

During Lent and Easter, Christians will include in their worship some of the rituals that happened during the first Holy Week and Easter and other acts that are about what is being thought at that time.

Why do Christians include these rituals?

To remember what happened in Jesus’ time and to help Christians understand the real meaning of Easter.

Why do Christians do these rituals together in church?

Worshipping together and experiencing the events and rituals as a faith community which brings them closer together through shared experience of the core beliefs of their faith.

Watch the videos below and then complete the activity. You may present this in any way you choose: fact file, poem or just a few sentences.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/ztkxpv4/articles/z77jf4j

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zvxn34j

 

Activity 1:

The palm cross is a symbol that strengthens, inspires and influences Christians all over the world. It symbolises Jesus Christ and the core Christian belief of salvation – when Jesus died on the cross to save the people of the world.

I would like you to express who has a positive effect on you. Draw and write about someone who strengthens, inspires and influences you, helping you to be a better person.

Activity 2 (do this in a separate session, make sure you’ve had a break…imagine we are having two RE sessions at school!):

 

Watch the Palm Sunday video above again.

Using the example below as a template, write an acrostic poem using the words PALM SUNDAY. Take your time, you do not need it to rhyme! I look forward to reading them!

Friday 27th March 2020 

 

Well! I am so impressed by the newspaper reports I have received so far and I can't wait to read the rest of them. So many of you have made me laugh with your humour and headlines. If you head over to our class page later today you will be able to see a selection of work! 

 

Mrs Wheatland and I are continuing to read and mark all work that comes to us so a big thank you goes to all of you (and your parents!!) for emailing it through. Remember, if you are having technical difficulties, or difficulties with the work - just like a school - do not sit and struggle. Send an email to Mrs Hagan on the email address you have and I WILL get back to you! 

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • Singing!
  • Maths task
  • Reading comprehension
  • Punctuation and grammar task

 

Please send your completed Maths to Mrs Hagan via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Singing! 

 

We often start our days with singing and I am sure many of you are really missing Surrey Get Vocal. Sarah has been in touch with us and she is missing all of you to! She has very kindly sent us the lyrics and the music for all of the songs that we would have been learning for the rest of the term. I will post one track a week (here for now) along with the lyrics. Have a good go at learning the songs! We will try to do a new one every week. If you manage to send me any recordings of your work (to the normal class email) I will be very impressed and it will make my day as you all know! Enjoy!

 

 

Going For Gold!

Maths Year 6

Today your maths activities are based on what you have been looking at this week. There are a range of problem solving questions which you will need to apply your previous learning to. Remember always ask yourself – what is the question asking me and what do I already know?

 

Maths Year 5

Continue with maths Place Value poster.

If you have been doing the PINK group work - it is below. 

 

 

Project English task

Your English task for today is to complete the reading comprehension below for your group.

Please make sure you answer in full sentences.

Year 6 please complete a comprehension from your Fiction SATs book.

If you have a stretch book, please complete one a comprehension from your Fiction Stretch book

Year 5, please complete the comprehension below:

Punctuation and Grammar task 

Please work through the powerpoints shown for your year group.

Once you have done this, please complete the worksheets provided. Work through as many as you can in 45 minutes.

Year 6 please also have a go at the following powerpoint: it includes some SPAG questions as practice!

You can do these on a piece of paper if you draw out the grids/ write the answers clearly!

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Thursday 26th March 2020

 

Good morning 5-6! I hope you are all well and enjoying this glorious sunshine! I have seen everything you have done this week and I am so proud of you! 

Today you have 3 tasks to complete:

  • Maths task
  • Project task – Features of a newspaper
  • Spelling task

 

Please send your completed Maths to Mrs Hagan via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Year 6

Today your Maths focus will be to revise finding the volume of cuboids The ppt below will remind you how to do this. Once you have looked through this, please complete the activities below. If you finish these, then please work through your SATS pack.

Maths Year 5

This maths task will take today and tomorrow to complete. During maths lessons, myself and Mrs Wheatland always reiterate to you the importance of Place Value and how it is integral to understanding ALL aspects of maths. What I would like you to do is to create a poster all about Place Value and why it is so important. You can present this however you would like. We would like this poster to include not only written explanations but use of diagrams and examples too! Please send this to Mrs Hagan by the end of the school day on Friday.

Project English Task

Your English task today is to write your newspaper article!

You will need to use your plan. You can either handwrite your article or type it – it is up to you!

Try to use the checklist for your group to help you with your writing. Please email your article to Mrs Hagan by the end of the day to the email we have given you.

Spelling task

Please go through the powerpoint for your given spellings and complete the activities below!

 

Year 5:

 

Year 6:

 

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Wednesday 25th March 2020

 

Year 5.6  you have all been so busy! The work that we are receiving continues to be of the St Mark's highest standard. Lots of you are also going above and beyond what you have been asked to do which once again demonstrates your love of learning and determination to be the very best that you can be.

 

Today you have 3 tasks to complete:

  • Maths task
  • Project task – Newspaper task
  • Spanish task

 

Please send your completed  Newspaper task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Year 6

Today your Maths focus will be to revise finding the areas and perimeters of shapes. The ppt below will remind you how to do this. Once you have looked through this, please complete the activities below. If you finish these, then please work through your SATS pack.

 

Remember:

Perimeter – the distance around the outside of a shape, calculated by adding the length of all sides together.

Area - is the term used to define the amount of space taken up by a 2D shape or surface. We measure area in square units : cm² or m²

Maths Year 5

Today your maths learning will involve counting back in steps through zero. Please go through the ppt below. Once you have read this, please complete the allocated activity. If you have time left over please do some of your maths pack.

Project  task 

Your Project task today is to plan your newspaper article!

You will need to fill in the boxes with bullet points for what you want to include in your newspaper. I have attached an example.

I have attached a blank copy of my plan however, if you wish to set your plan out in a different way you may do so as long as it is presented neatly and easy for you to use. Please email your plan to Mrs Wheatland by the end of the day.

You may wish to use the internet to research Darwin and his book ‘The Origin of Species’. I have attached some useful links below.

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/science/general-science/charles-darwin-and-the-mystery-of-life/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/science-ks2-the-work-of-charles-darwin-and-alfred-wallace/zrbxgwx

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/ks2-charles-darwin-victorian-science/zddbnrd

https://kids.kiddle.co/Charles_Darwin

Spanish Task

On Wednesday afternoons you have been learning Spanish with Mrs Kerr. We would like you to learn more about the country of Spain. Your task is to research Spain and create a fun fact file all about it and present it however you would like – the more creative the better!

You may decide to include the following:

  • Spanish food
  • Famous Spanish cities
  • Key Spanish phrases

Tuesday 24th March 2020

Good Morning 5.6. I am so pleased at all the work which has been flying into my inbox! Please keep it coming - We are so proud of each and every one of you!

 

Today you have 3 tasks to complete:

  • Maths task
  • English task
  • Arithmetic task

 

Please send your completed Maths and English tasks to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Year 6

Today your Maths focus will be on finding the area of parallelograms. There is a ppt below reminding you how to do this. Once you have looked through this, please complete the activities below. If you finish these, then please work through your SATS pack.

 

 

Remember:

A Parallelogram is a flat shape with opposite sides parallel and equal in length. Squares, Rectangles and Rhombuses are all Parallelograms

Area of a parallelogram = the area of the rectangle

                           = base x height

Maths Year 5

Today your maths will be focused on ordering positive and negative numbers. Please go through the ppt below. Once you have read this, please complete the allocated activity. If you have time left over please do some of your maths pack.

English task  - Tuesday 24th March 2020

Your English task today is all about the active and passive voice. Open the powerpoint and go through this. Then watch the video link below.

https://uk.video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=mcafee&p=active+passive+video#id=2&vid=b3ccd7dd0d4d2397f3cd62e54b684058&action=view 

 

Now, have a go at the work on active and passive voice for your group (Mrs Hagan gave you a colour group last week and you recorded it in your reading record. If you can’t remember it, please email Mrs Wheatland and Mrs Hagan on the email you send your work to and we will get back to you).

Arithmetic task

Every week we complete an arithmetic task. This week I would like you to do the  arithmetic task attached. Give yourself 30 minutes to complete this. You may complete the answers on a separate piece of paper – please show working if you have done any! Thank you

Monday 23rd March 2020

Good Morning 5.6, I hope you enjoyed the weekend and its glorious sunshine. Today starts a new week full of learning as myself and Mrs Hagan have come up with lots of different and fun activities for you to complete. 

 

Just a quick note to remember to keep active: Joe Wicks is starting a workout for the family at 9am every day from today on his YouTube channel. Please join in and have a go - it is good for you and will be lots of fun!

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete

  • Maths task
  • Project task – Features of a newspaper
  • Reading for pleasure
  • Project task – Evolution of a whale

 

Please send your completed Maths and Features of a newspaper tasks to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

 

Maths Tasks

 

Maths Year 6

Today your Maths focus will be on finding the area of triangles. There is a ppt below reminding you how to do this. Once you have looked through this, please complete the activities below. If you complete these, then please complete sections in your SATS pack relating to area.

Remember:

Area of a triangle = half the area of the rectangle

                    = half of the base x height

Maths Year 5

Today your Maths focus will be looking at 3D shapes and identifying their properties. 

 A 3D shape has three dimensions. The D in '3D' stands for dimensional. In a world with three dimensions, you can travel forwards, backwards, right, left, and even up and down. The ability to travel up into space and back down differentiates 3D from 2D. The world you live in is all 3D.

Today you are going to be focusing on identifying a range of 3D shapes and their properties. In order to do this you need to understand the following:

 

 

 

 

With this in mind, I would like you to complete the activities below.

Whole Class Project task 1 

Your project task today is based around Darwin’s theory of evolution and combines science and English learning. By the end of the week you will be asked to write a newspaper article about Darwin’s theory but for now we are starting with the features of a newspaper report!

  1. Click on the link below, watch the video and complete the BITESIZE task. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z2yycdm/articles/z2gk9qt
  2. Read the attached model and see if you can spot the features. Have I missed anything? Could you improve my version? How?
  3. Come up with your own headline about Darwin publishing his work ‘The Origin of the Species’ – send it to us so we can see it!
  4. If you have time, do some research about why Darwin’s work was so unpopular so that you are prepared for later in the week.

Reading - 30 minutes reading for pleasure

Whole Class Project task 2 

For this science task, you will be learning about the evolution of the whale!

Click on the link below to watch the two videos then complete the timeline task set for your year group.

https://www.stem.org.uk/elibrary/resource/35549

Friday 20th March 2020

Today you have 3 tasks to complete:

  • Maths task
  • Reading task
  • Punctuation and Grammar task

 

Please send your completed Maths task and Reading task to Mrs Hagan via the email address that was given to you earlier this week by the end of the day.

 

Maths Friday 20th March 2020

 

Today Year 5 and Year 6 both have an investigation to have a go at. Remember, presentation and organisation is key when solving investigations! Please try to make sure that your answers are clearly organised and presented in a way that we would expect at school!

 

Once again, there is no need to print the sheets! 

 

Year 6 Maths 

 

Your investigation is still on the theme of finding the mean, but also practises addition and division. A picture of your flat dice, and then a sentence telling me whether it works would be great to see (as well as any working out, trial and error etc!)

 

Maths Year 5

 

Your investigation practises the skills of written addition and place value. Please use any strategy that you wish - using written methods (not calculators!). 

 

 

 

English task  - Friday 27th March 2020

Your English task for today is to complete the reading comprehension below for your group.

Please make sure you answer in full sentences.

Year 6 please complete a comprehension from your Fiction SATs book.

If you have a stretch book, please complete one a comprehension from your Fiction Stretch book

Year 6, if you have time please complete some pages from your punctuation and grammar SATs pack - the activities are still very useful for your learning and development!

Year 5, please complete the comprehension below (do as much as you can in 1 hour) If you have time, please complete some of the English pack sent home)

Punctuation and Grammar task  - Friday 27th March 2020

Today the focus is co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions. Watch the videos and complete the sheets below.

Year 6,  please complete sheets 1-4, if you have time complete some of your Punctuation and Grammar SATs book.

Year 5, please complete sheets 1 and 2. If you have time, you may have a go at sheet 3 and 4. 

Conjunctions | English

Sing with Grammarsaurus - Subordinating Conjunctions

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Thursday 19th March 2020

Today you have 3 tasks to complete:

  • Maths task
  • Project task
  • Spelling task

 

Please send your completed Maths task and Project Task to Mrs Hagan via the email address that was given to you earlier this week by the end of the day.

Maths Year 6 - Thursday 19th March 2020

This week we have been learning about pie charts and mean averages. Please complete the tasks below and send your answers back to Mrs Hagan to mark by the end of the day. Do what you can in an hour and if you finish and are feeling confident have a go at the challenge. If you have any time left over please complete some of your maths SATS pack. 

 

They do not have to be completed on the sheet, so there is no need to print them out.  Please write the answers on paper or in an exercise book like you would in the classroom.

Maths Year 5 - Thursday 19th March 2020

This week we have been learning about short multiplication. Please complete the tasks below and send your answers back to Mrs Hagan to mark by the end of the dayIf you have any time left over please complete some of your maths pack that was sent home with you this week.

 

They do not have to be completed on the sheet, so there is no need to print them out.  Please write the answers on paper or in an exercise book like you would in the classroom.

Whole Class Project task  - Thursday 19th March 2020

Your project task today is based around 'adaptation'. I would like you to complete the worksheet below about adaptation and how creatures have adapted to their habitats. You will need to use the internet to research some information to help you.

Please complete this work neatly and to the best of your English ability. I expect to see correct punctuation for sentences!

Please send to Mrs Hagan for marking by the end of the day.

 

They do not have to be completed on the sheet, so there is no need to print them out.  Please write the answers on paper or in an exercise book like you would in the classroom

Spelling - Thursday 19th March 2020

 

This week please learn your spellings as per your spelling sheet as usual.

I have attached some activities for you to complete to help you learn the rules!

 

 

Spelling Year 6

Spelling Year 5

 

Year 5 – here are your new spellings for the rest of this term, and Summer 1. 

 

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Wednesday 18th March 2020

Today you have 3 tasks to complete:

  • Maths task
  • Project task
  • Punctuation and grammar task

 

Please send your completed Maths task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address that was given to you earlier this week by the end of the day.

 

 

 

Maths Year 6

This week we have been learning about pie charts and mean averages. Please complete the tasks below and send your answers back to Mrs Wheatland to mark by the end of the day. If you have any time left over please complete some of your maths SATS pack.

 

They do not have to be completed on the sheet, so there is no need to print them out.  Please write the answers on paper or in an exercise book like you would in the classroom.

Maths Year 5

This week we have been learning about short multiplication. Please complete the tasks below and send your answers back to Mrs Wheatland to mark by the end of the day. If you have any time left over please complete some of your maths pack that was sent home with you this week.

 

They do not have to be completed on the sheet, so there is no need to print them out.  Please write the answers on paper or in an exercise book like you would in the classroom.

 

Whole Class Project task  - Wednesday 18th March 2020

Your project task today is based around 'adaptation'. I would like you to look at the information below and research all about it. Once you have gathered up lots of knowledge please create a information fact file all about adaptation - you may present this however you choose.

It must include the following:

  • What adaptation is
  • Animals and adaptation
  • Plants and adaptation

Have fun!

Punctuation and Grammar

Today the focus will be commas for clarity and how they can affect the meaning of a sentence. Watch the video below to see how powerful the use of commas really are. Once you have watched this video, please answer the questions below.

This video will demonstrate how commas can make the meaning of a phrase or sentence clearer.

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