Complete Day 1 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
In today's maths lesson you'll be refreshing our knowledge about 2D shapes. Watch this video and then complete lesson 1 above. https://vimeo.com/428007654
For English, open the PDF 'The QuangleWangle's hat'. Nobody knows what a Quangle Wangle is. In the poem, it says that the Quangle Wangle sits on the top of a tree. What do you think a Quangle Wangle could look like? Just imagine and draw it in the box on the sheet or in your exercise book. The poem tells us that the Quangle Wangle sits on top of the Crumpetty Tree. Can you imagine what the Crumpetty Tree looks like? Draw your idea in the box or in your exercise book.
We are carrying on with our 30 days wild challenge. Today we are learning about pandas! Do you know where pandas live? That's right, in China. Watch the video to find out more here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6YeB3mRFyk
Complete Day 3 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
In today's maths lesson we will be sorting 2D and 3D shapes. See lesson 3 above. If you need some guidance take a look at this video https://vimeo.com/428007909
It's Wellbeing Wednesday! Today, we want you to think about how amazing you are! Draw a picture of yourself in the spaceship and write an amazing fact about yourself!
For English, open the PDF 'The Quanglewangle's hat'. Today you need to read page 7 and page 8. Then think about 7 animals or birds that are in the poem. Put a circle around them on the sheet or write a list in your book.
For our 30 days wild challenge we are thinking about caterpillars. Did you know the largest caterpillar in the world is the Hickory Horned Devil caterpillar. It can grow to 14cm long! Listen to the story of 'The cautious caterpillar' here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UG-Q2ZL3w_Y
Then why not have a go at making your own edible caterpillars! Have a look at the pDF for some ideas.
Complete Day 4 of this week's Maths Warm Up in your exercise book. See document above.
For today's maths activity you will be creating patterns with 2D and 3D shapes. If you get stuck here's a video that will help. https://vimeo.com/428007983
For English, open the PDF. Go to page 9 and read the last verses of the poem. If you can talk to someone about the poem or write down your answers to the questions on the sheet. Did you like the poem? What do you like about it? Is there anything you don't like or didn't understand? If you could ask the poet Edward Lear questions about his poem, what would they be?
Complete the four calculations test. Don't forget to let me know your results via Twitter!
For English, open the PDF. Go to page 15-16. Have a go at turning the first verse of the poem into a story map. Draw a picture of each idea until you have the whole verse.
Have you ever seen a bird of prey flying above your house? East Yorkshire is one of the few places in the north of Britain where you can see Red Kites. They are a magnificently graceful birds with an unmistakable reddish-brown body, angled wings and deeply forked tail. Learn more about these fascinating birds here https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/bird-a-z/red-kite/
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