Today we get to try using the online learning that we have practised when we have done our homework.
As always, if you have any problems, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what you need help with.
Also, just so you know, I will be ringing your parents at some point today to check that you are managing to do all of your home learning.
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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On your OneNote page you have the 5 in 5 to have a go at first.
Then we are continuing to look at decimal numbers. We looked at multiplying and dividing decimal numbers by 10 100 1000. Today we are working with decimal numbers with 2 decimal places.
Watch this video. You can pause and repeat as much as you need to, then have a go at the worksheet on OneNote.
For your 10 in 10
Write down all of the prime numbers between 20 and 50
If you are not sure or can't remember what a prime number is, you will need to research them.
We are going to use Oak National Academy for our English work.
Watch this video - we are still looking at ough words but there are other letter strings as well
In your Home Learning book record you spelling work
We are going to use the Oak National Academy for our English as well
Watch this video
Using your Home Learning book, again write all of your work in there.
If you want to do more, why not have a go at writing your own newspaper report.
On Monday, we went for a walk around the school to sketch a rough plan of the school.
Obviously, we can't do that again right now. So we are going to skip forward a little bit.
If you can I want you to find our school using Google Earth. You could download the app or you could use it online.
If it helps, the postcode for school is NG150BB
Screenshot the school site and have a go at drawing the aerial view of the school. This time, you will need to use a ruler for all of the straight lines.
In your Home Learning book or on a plain piece of paper, if you have one, have a go at drawing your own aerial view of school.
When you are drawing, think about what symbols or colours you could use to show a building, fence, grass, playground.
It is up to you to show the difference between the different features on your plan.
If you use a different piece of paper, don't forget to stick it in.
If you fancy a challenge, you could have a go at being a CAD (Computer Aided Design) artist. In PowerPoint, Word or Paint (whatever you prefer), can you draw the school buildings?
If you do have a go at this, don't forget to attach the file onto an assignment.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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