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Friday 12th June 2020

Hello Cedar, 

 

Welcome to the end of another great week of home learning.  I am looking forward to having a read of your explanation texts. I am sure they will be great.  I hope you have fun with today's wider curriculum task, where you will pretend to be Sir Francis Drake.

 

Here is a list of all the activities I would like you to have a go at today if you can.

 

 

Reading:Spend some quality time reading your own book for pleasure - can you make a prediction about what might happen next?

 

Spelling: Use a dictionary to check any ambitious spellings in your instruction writing.

 

Handwriting: The final day of your 'wizard' pangram practice. Don't forget to try and make up your own one as a challenge!

 

English: Writing a set of instructions...Oak Academy, as per Monday's instructions.  https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/set-of-instructions-write-a-set-of-instructions/

 

Maths: Use the BBC Bitesize page to look at 'Maths in Football' https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons

There are also mastery and challenge mixed practice problems linked to decimals and fractions at the bottom of this message. Push yourself to have a go at the trickier problems if you are feeling confident about decimals and fractions.

 

Maths Meeting: https://youtu.be/MWj4KlYy1lM

 

Wider Curriculum: History: Tudors. Put yourself in the shoes of Sir Francis Drake and decide if he was a privateer, pirate or explorer. Use the document below. Have some fun 'hot-seating' or being dramatic. Don't forget to send in a video clip or photos of you doing it!

 

Sport: Use the wider curriculum menu to complete at least 30 minutes of physical activity.


Spend some time on Times Table Rockstars

 

As always, I am here to help if you need anything and will be answering emails between 9 and 12.

 

Stay safe, 

Mrs Joseph

 

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