All of the worksheets you need for the activities will be set in Assignments on Microsoft Teams.
You need to complete all tasks before handing in your work.
Don't forget to use the 'hand in' function when you have finished your work. Also look out for feedback when I return your work.
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I hope you had a good weekend.
For those of you who have needed help with some of the work, I have tried to add notes to wither your feedback or written on OneNote.
If you need help with any of the questions, you can type or write a message on the worksheet and I can then help you.
Maths - We did some of this a week ago.
Complete the work on OneNote. Multiplying decimals by 10 100 1000.
We are going to look at a book today written by Michael Morpurgo, The Giant's Necklace. You might have read it.
Watch the video below. You will need your Home Learning book and pen/pencil.
Obviously, you can pause the video so that you can search meanings of words or do the tasks.
I have taken a screenshot of Newstead village using google maps. You can use whatever map you like.
The only problem is, this map doesn't have much detail - can you do better?
Your job today is to draw and label a map of Newstead Village.
You will need to try and name as many roads as you can and also the different features.
You might like to use colours to help organise your map.
Monday is now a PE day.
You need to warm yourself up - choose some exercises to raise you heart rate.
If you are inside, be careful to control the ball
Have a go at the avoid the defenders activity on OneNote
Now stretch yourself and cool down
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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