Please remember, when you have completed your home learning, you need to email this work into your class teacher.
Please use the emails below:
Gold Class - firstname.lastname@example.org
Turquoise Class - email@example.com
Purple Class - firstname.lastname@example.org
Spend 30 minutes on your guided reading work. The questions tell you which chapter and page number to refer to so that you can locate the information without having to try and remember what happens on several different pages. Don't worry about completing all of the questions - just stop after 30 minutes. You will be continuing with this in guided reading each day.
A polygon is a flat two-dimensional shape with straight sides that are fully closed. The sides must be straight, not curved. However, polygons can have any number of sides.
A regular shape is a 2D shape where all (interior) angles and sides measure the same.
An irregular shape is a shape which has sides and angles of any length and size.
Choose the challenge on the worksheet that you are most comfortable with. Spend no more than 30 minutes on this work.
Continue with the questions from yesterday. If you finish them, move onto the questions in this document. Again, spend 30 minutes on this.
Again, complete around 30 minutes of work for this lesson.
If you are unable to print the work off, draw the shapes on a piece of paper, ensuring that they are draw precisely with a ruler to ensure straight edges and accurate measurements.
Remember to work for roughly 30 minutes.
Time to get active! Can you improve on your actions from last week? We would love to see photos or a video of you!
Log into your account. You have a choice of recorder or more generic activities. Again, we would love to see a recording of you and we know that Mrs Farnworth would love to watch it too!
Accessing additional online learning resources
Please remember that you should still be trying to access your reading quizzes from home, as well as using TT Rockstars to continue to rehearse your times tables. You should have your log in details already for each of these, but if you haven't then please contact your class teacher via your class email. The links to both resources can be found below :
Online thesaurus guide
Because we understand that not everybody will have access to a thesaurus at home, please see our online tutorial that guides you through how to use an online thesaurus. This will be particularly useful during your English lessons, but you should also use this to help you make ambitious vocabulary choices when attempting any piece of written work in any subject.
This is the work you would be completing in school in your PE lessons. Because the FUNDA sessions are aimed at teamwork, this will need to be adapted for you to complete at home however we know that you are really good at changing the games you play depending on how many players you have and what equipment is available to you. We would love to see some photographs of you - let us know in an email if your parents/carers give permission for these to be included on the school newsletter!