8.2.21

Demonstration of accessing emails and class meetings: click HERE

This week's learning:

You will find all the lesson starters at the bottom of the page as well as clicking on the links.

Maths

Have a go at the maths colour you find the most comfortable doing. Red is the hardestBlue is easier and Green is the easiest. 

Watch the videos then answer the questions from the uploaded worksheets. *Not all days have video links.

 

Red

Day 1: Compare and order fractions less than 1 Part 1

Compare and order fractions less than 1 Part 2

Day 2: Compare and order fractions greater than 1 Part 1

Compare and order fractions greater than 1 Part 2

Day 3: Add and subtract fractions

Day 4: Add fraction within 1 Activity

Add fractions within 1 Worksheet 

Day 5: Big Maths : set a timer for 100 seconds. Answer as many questions as you can in that time. Check your answers before continuing to answer the remainder of the questions. 

Retrieval practice: Then complete the Red Addition and Subtraction Booklet. The answers are on the last page.

 

Blue

Day 1: Tenths

Day 2: Counting in tenths

Day 3: Add fractions

Day 4: Add 2 or more fractions

Day 5: Big Maths: set a timer for 60 seconds. Answer as many questions as you can in that time. Check your answers then answer the remainder of the questions. 

Retrieval practice: Then complete the Blue Addition and Subtraction Booklet. The answers are on the last page.

 

Green

Day 1: Non-unit fractions

Day 2: Equivalence of  and

Day 3: Find

Day 4: Count in fractions

Day 5: Big Maths: set a timer for 90 seconds. Answer as many questions as you can in this time. Check your answers before continuing to answer the remainder of the questions. 

Retrieval practice: Then complete the Green Addition and Subtraction Booklet. The answers are on the last page.

 

Reading

For this week's reading, there are a variety of activities for you to choose from. 

Red is the hardest, Blue is easier and Green is the easiest.

The Boastful Turtle (Red and Blue)

Velociraptors 

 

There is also a 60 second quick read to complete: 

A Very Unusual Winter (Red and Blue)

The Whoopsit

 

'Into The Forest' by Antony Browne

  • CLICK HERE to listen and answer the questions about the text 'Into The Forest' by Antony Browne
  • CLICK HERE to answer more questions on 'Into The Forest' (2)
  • CLICK HERE to answer even more questions on the text (3)
  • CLICK HERE to analyse the author's use of colours

 

Reading for enjoyment: 

Reading for pleasure: This week's, 'Author of the Week' in the Virtual Library is Konnie Huq. CLICK HERE to read / listen to  'Cookie and the Most Annoying Boy in the World' (It is only available until Sunday 14th February).

 

Readathon Live! Why not join in with a mass reading of a poem 'Mrs City' from children and families across Sheffield? Submit your  reading before Wednesday 10th February and watch it on the internet Monday 15th. CLICK HERE for more information from theSheffield volunteer-run libraries who have organised it. It is based on the theme, 'Our City Reads'.

 

Writing 

Day 1: SPAG

Spellings - complete the uploaded Y1/2, Y3/4, Y5/6, common words and practise your handwriting at the same time.

Get confused using Their, they're or there? CLICK HERE to watch and practise the homphones. Complete the uploaded task.

Revise the present perfect and past perfect tense. CLICK HERE to watch and read about it. Play the PowerPoint 'Present Perfect 1' and complete the uploaded task. 

Day 2: Chapter 4 'Gibbins and Ghosts'  - CLICK HERE to listen to Chapter 4 being read and/or read the uploaded copy. Then complete the uploaded true and false questions, reading comprehension and 'Glossary' TASK. LESSON STARTER

Day 3: Reread Chapter 4 starting from p49 'I sat up...'. Create a storyboard of Michael’s ‘awakening’ on the beach and journey around the island. Where does he go? What is he looking for? Then add emotions/feelings (physical and emotional) to your storyboard. LESSON STARTER

        

   

Day 3: SPaG Play the PowerPoint 'Present Perfect 2'.

Day 4: Write out the journey around the island as an 'Island log' similar to the 'Ship's log'. You should write in 1st person and the past tense. LESSON STARTER 

      

This is the child's example referred to in the lesson starter. 

Day 5:  Write Now! Look at the uploaded 'About to hatch...' TASK. Read the story starter and continue the writing. Use the 'Question Time' to help you with ideas for your writing. Aim to write for 30 - 40 minutes and produce at least a page of A4. You may want to read your finished piece to someone in your family and see what they think. We look forward to reading them too. LESSON STARTER

  About to hatch ...

 

PE

Monday: Your Celebrity Supply Teacher is Marcus Rashford

Manchester United and England superstar Marcus Rashford delivers a very special PE lesson as he demonstrates a stretch and warm-up routine designed to get fans ready for a big game or sporting event. He discusses how he was spotted by Man Utd scouts as a boy and what his alternative career may have been if football hadn’t worked out.

    Marcus Rashford

Click here to join in with Joe Wicks 8 minute exercises.

Click here to join in with Joe Wicks 8 minute exercises.

 

Thursday: The iMovement is updated daily with new activties. It includes quick blast videos (such as Samba and Disco) and along with mental health and wellbeing sessions (Guided Pilates and a Worry Monster activity). CLICK HERE for the link. 

 

Music

Enjoy another Musical Moment from the Sheffield Music Hub

 

PSHCE

What skills and attributes make a good learner? This week we want you to teach something new to someone else. We want you to consider the learning styles from last week and plan how you will carry out the task explaining as you go along. You may even want to video it and send it to us - we could always add it to the page! 

We have uploaded instructions, a presentation and the task for you to complete.

 

French 

CLICK HERE to learn some useful phrases to help you talk about what you like to eat and drink. CLICK HERE to watch Ben improve his French as he links up online with friends who are in a supermarket in Marseille

 

Computing 

Monday: In computing we are learning the difference between mobile, physical and wireless networks. 

CLICK HERE to read about network hardware.

CLICK HERE to read about hardware and network technologies.

Complete the uploaded task - Understanding Computer Networks

Why not try our computing quiz? CLICK HERE

 

Tuesday: Internet safety day: Tuesday 9th February is online safety day. To mark this we will look at what it means to stay safe online.

To access the Live Lesson on BBC Teach CLICK HERE at 11am. You will learn about how you can stay safe, responsible and wise in an increasingly digital world,

CLICK HERE to watch the 'Virtual Assembly'. Use this information to design your own 'Internet Safety' poster. Use the uploaded template to help. Why not try the uploaded QUIZ too.

 

Geography

Play the Tudor Explorers PowerPoint. Your task is to write a fact file about them. You might need to conduct further research to find out more specific details about your chosen explorer.

Continue to use this board to share where you have been in the world. Remember to say who you are so we know and why you were there. Can you find where Miss Tejeda, Miss Ditte, Miss Button and Miss Chan have been? Why not write a comment or ask a question to show you know. 

 

Wellbeing

I really enjoy how Y5/6 are using  this board to share how what are they doing and how they are feeling at home. Your kind messages to other members of Y5/6 and positive thoughts are wonderful to read. Keep safe and keep smilingsmiley

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