Tuesday 2nd June
Good Morning Key Stage 2!
As always - please remember to just manage what you can and take things at your own pace. There is no expectation that you need to complete absolutely everything, everyday.
I hope you enjoyed baking with Mrs Sephton yesterday, and I hope you shared your delicious creations with your family members. I would still love to see all of your hard work so don't forget to email your work across to your teachers and they will forward this on to me. I'll aim to upload some of your work examples to the virtual gallery.
English - Writing
Today we are thinking about plot point 1.
You might have noticed that on the 'Secret Passage' picture that you studied yesterday, there was a grandfather clock with three faces, each reading a different time. This will form the beginning of your story.
Please take a look at the writing progression document attached. This shows you what the end of year expectations are for your child's year group. When they are writing, please bear these in mind.
Use ambitious vocabulary to describe 'sounds' of the clock and of time.
Use adverbs and adverbial phrases to describe the time.
Year 5/6 Challenge - personify the clock.
English - Reading
Today I would like you to think about developing your prediction skills. Look carefully at the picture then answer the following questions in as much detail as possible.
- What is happening?
- Why is the woman in red holding two suitcases?
- Why is the woman in black making a bubble over the woman in red?
- What might happen when the bubble is completely formed?
- Is there someone inside the smaller bubble?
Our maths lessons will be split in two this term. If you are in Years 3 or 4 you need to look for the heading LKS2, if you are in Years 5 or 6 you need to look for the heading UKS2.
LKS2 - Your unit of learning for the next few weeks is 'time'.
To get your brain warmed up this morning, see if you can answer the following questions:
- when does a day start and end?
- how many hours are there in a day?
Year 3 -today you are thinking about how many hours there are in a day. Have a go at the questions below.
Year 4 - today you are thinking about converting units of time, for example, seconds to minutes, minutes to hours. Have a go at the questions.
UKS2 - Your unit of learning for the next few weeks is 'angles'.
To get your brain warmed up, see if you can answer the following questions:
- what angle is the ramp at? Use a protractor.
- Amal measure the angle at 150'. Explain his mistake.
Year 5 today you will be measuring angles with a protractor. Have a look a the 'how to use a protractor' information sheet before you start your maths work. This should act as a handy guide to help you out.
Year 6 today you are thinking about using a protractor and to measure angles and draw shapes accurately.
Tuesday is our afternoon of PE activities. This term we will be working on our 'fitness skills'. Today you will need a timer. Start with the warm up then work through the different activities - try to beat your personal best.
You will need somebody to help you today.
Every 10 seconds get your helper to shout out a new action. After each action, sprint on the spot for 10 seconds, for example, jog, star jumps, sprint, jog...
- high knees
- high heels
- star jumps
Skill Builder - Agility challenge
Mark distances of 5m, 10m, 15m. How many shuttles can you complete in 30 seconds?
Skill Builder - 30m sprint challenge.
Measure out 30m. Get your helper to time how quickly you can sprint the distance. See if you can beat your personal best.
Strength Challenge - Press Ups
How many press ups can you complete in 1 minute? Make it easier by completing box press ups.
Balance Challenge - Stork Stand
Stand on one leg for one minute. Challenge yourself - close your eyes.
Coordination Challenge - Ball and Wall
Throw a ball against a wall, how many times can you throw and catch it in 1 minute?
Challenge yourself - don't let the ball bounce.
This afternoon, once you have completed today's work. Take yourself to a quiet space and have a go at this activity.
Draw around your hand. Fill the inside of your hand with detailed patterns. Spend time carefully colouring in your design.
You might like to put positive feelings in each of your fingers of one hand and negative feelings in each of your fingers on the other hand.