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St. Josephs Primary School, Antrim

P5 Home Learning: Week 4: Monday 20th April – Friday 24th April

20th Mar 2020
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Literacy

Reading: Continue to read at home and take AR quizzes

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Monday: Spelling Activity:

 

Please refer to See Saw for Group Tasks

Tuesday: Grammar: Word Diminutives

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSWo1wzI4po

 

Please refer to See Saw for Group Tasks

 

Wednesday: Writing: Creative Writing

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Message in a bottle

I woke up and looked out of the window

Haunted House

What can you see at the party

Thursday: Comprehension: Street Child

 

Please refer to See Saw for Group Tasks

 

Friday: Friday Test

Ask an adult or sibling to test you!

Handwriting letter v

 

Numeracy

Monday:

I can compare and order fractions

Same or different

Call out pairs of fractions and ask children to write down whether they have the same or a different value, e.g. 2/4 and 1/2 or 4/10 and 2/5. Where fractions are different ask children to identify which is larger

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1d5HxJE8IrM

Please refer to See Saw for Group Tasks

Tuesday:

Division with remainders

Write 22 ÷ 4 = . We shall count in 4s to find how many towers of 4 cubes we can make from 22. Count 22 cubes/coins, making towers of 4 as you go and saying the multiples of

4 loudly: 4, 8, 12, 16, and 20. When you reach 20, point out that there are only 2 more. We don’t have enough to make another tower of 4. There are 2 left over. Demonstrate how we write this: 22 ÷ 4 = 5 with 2 left over or 22 ÷ 4 = 5 r 2.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_g58RKfJF8

Please refer to See Saw for Group Tasks

Wednesday:

Times Tables Rock Stars or Numbots

Thursday:

Area: Introduce the formulae using letters for variables:

area = l × b

Measure and draw a square that has sides of 10 cm. How could you work out the area without counting individual 1 cm squares? Link to arrays and multiplication and explain, supported with a drawing, that there are 10 rows of 10 cm squares which is the same as 10 × 10. The area is 100 square cm. (Don’t forget the units.) Show them how to write this as 100 cm2 explaining that the raised 2 indicates that two dimensions are involved – length and width.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cz_IB65pZM

Please refer to See Saw for Group Tasks

Friday: Weekly Challenge!

Ask an adult or sibling to test you!

Other Curriculum Areas

 

Robert Falcon Scott - we would like you to complete the following activities

Links:

Video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/ks2-robert-falcon-scott/zdhdgwx

Information: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/scott_of_antarctic.shtml

  • Create a Comic Script retelling the story of Scott's journey
  • Packing an Explorers Backpack, you are about to set off on an epic adventure.  What would you need to take with you? What do you really need for a journey into the unknown.

Homework

 

Monday

Reading

Spellings

Number facts

EIP day 101

MA S3 Test 2a

MA Monday

ABC order

 

     

Tuesday

Reading

Spellings

Number facts

EIP day 102

MA S3 Test 2b

MA Tuesday

Rainbow

 

     

Wednesday

Reading

Spellings

Number facts

EIP day 103

MA S3 Test 2c

MA Wednesday

V and C

 

     

Thursday

Reading

Spellings

Number facts

EIP day 104

Calculations

Practice Test