29/1/21 Home Learning
All worksheets to accompany the following activities can be found on Teams. Please complete all tasks before handing in your work. Don't forget to use the 'turn in' function when you have finished your work. Also look out for feedback when I return your work.
Have a go at the 5 in 5, watch the video, then look at the PowerPoint and then complete the worksheet. We are looking at Equivalent FDP again.
Have a go at the activity on the link. Hopefully, by looking at this again, you will start to see how it all works together.
If you need it, there is a recording from the other day in the links tab in Teams.
Now the PowerPoint
Using your words that you have found that contain the suffixes: -cial, -tial, -cious, -tious. Use your spelling skills and create pyramids and diamonds
The book that you have been reading this week is available as pdf and epub in the files on Teams
There's A Boy in the Girl's Bathroom by Louis Sachar
Read Chapters 1 & 2 and answer these questions.
Chapter 1 and 2
Why is Bradley described as an island?
What is a ‘distorted’ smile?
How can you tell Mrs Ebbel isn’t fond of Bradley?
Why might sitting in front of Bradley be worse than sitting next to him?
Why was Bradley smiling?
Why do you think Jeff gives Bradley the dollar?
Why do you think Bradley hasn’t given his mum the note?
Predict whether Bradley and Jeff will be friends.
Do you think Mrs Ebbels is a good teacher? Why?
What is your first impression of Bradley?
Who is the main character? Where does Bradley sit?
What is the new boy’s name?
What score does Bradley get on his test?
What does Bradley say to Jeff at the end of Chapter 1?
Why is Bradley older than the other kids?
Summarise the character of Bradley so far, in three words, and explain your choices of words.
Based on what you know about Bradley in our book, create a sketch of what you think that Bradley would like.
Try to add shading and line to add the details needed for a portrait picture.
You may have heard about vaccines for Covid-19 being offered to people around the world, including people here in the UK.
We are very lucky that people and companies here in England have developed different types of vaccines and everyone is hopeful that it might help to 'beat' Coronavirus.
Before Christmas, we looked at how people discovered vaccines for different diseases - we even talked about the Covid-19 vaccine in class.
What do you know and what can you find out about the vaccine?
You can present it however you like.
Whilst you are spending time at home, why not have a go at the RSPB Big Bird Watch.
Instructions are on the link below.
You could also have a go at drawing the types you see or take some photos.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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