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Cookham Rise Primary School

Week Commencing 27th April

Friday 1st May 2020

 

Happy May the 1st! We hope you have enjoyed the work that you have been set this week.  I have loved seeing all your posts on Seesaw and your comments to each other! I hope you have a lovely weekend, and that the rain stops for long enough for you all to get out and enjoy some fresh air!

 

Friday 1st May  2020

Subject focus

Task

Literacy Task

Treasures’ Island

 

Log onto Purple Mash, read chapter 2 of Treasure’s Island, complete chapter 2 multiple choice questions and the letter writing task.

Spelling Task

Homophone spelling test. Set on Purple Mash.

Maths Task

Grid method multiplication.

 

Use the video to recap grid method multiplication, you may also find going back through yesterday’s PowerPoint helpful.

 

Task:

Complete questions. Some children may find drawing and laying out the calculation a challenge. You may need to draw out the grids or use the blank grids provided below.   

 

French

Numbers 1 – 8, colours and saying how you feel.

 

Task:

Continue with your fortune teller, then upload to seesaw.

Preparation for Monday

Next week we will be looking at the Water Cycle and carrying out some experiments. Set up the below on either Friday or Saturday in preparation for Monday’s topic lesson.

 

  1. Fill a balloon or a container up with water and place it in the freezer.   
  2. Set up three cups of water in different places around the house.

 

Additional resources

Grid Method

 

Fortune teller

This is a step-by-step lesson for primary age learners of French and is for independent learning. It leads to a creative writing project of a paper fortune t...

Thursday 30th April 2020

 

Thursday 30th  April 2020

Subject focus

Task

Literacy Task

Treasures' Island

 

Log onto Purple Mash, read chapter 1 of Treasures’ Island, complete Chapter 1 multiple choice questions and the SPAG task which can be found in additional resources.

Spelling Task

Page 49 – Special focus 4 Homophones  

Class reader

Listen to the fourth chapter of our class reader ‘ The Wreck Of Zanzibar’.This can be found on SeeSaw.

Timetables

10 minutes of timetable practice

Maths Task

Grid method multiplication.

 

Use the PowerPoint presentation to introduce grid method multiplication.

 

Task – choose either; 

Bronze

Silver

Gold

French  

Numbers 1 – 8, colours and saying how you feel.

 

Task:

Create a fortune teller. This is a guided lesson / mini project which we will todays and tomorrows curriculum lesson. Do about half of the video today and complete the rest tomorrow.   See in additional sources.

 

You will need;

  • A piece of paper
  • Scissors
  • 4 colouring pencils
  • Writing pencil or pen

Additional resources

Additional activities

Wednesday 29th April 2020

 

Good morning, Oak 3.

 

Thank you to everyone who uploaded work to me yesterday.  Your first task today is to see if I’ve left you some feedback (as a comment underneath your work) and to respond to it.  If you haven't uploaded your work yet, please do so - I'm looking at your work between 1pm and 3pm each day.

 

Wednesday 29th April 2020

Subject focus

Task

Literacy Task

Diamante Poem                                                                                              

Create your diamante poem based on the Lighthouse. See in additional resources.

Spelling Task

Page 48, Jumping orange words. Test children on the following spellings; guard, increase, island, library, mention and opposite.

Maths Task

Multiply multiples of 10 by 1-digit numbers

 

Go tohttps://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/znj7hyc/articles/zntc7nb

Play the video and read through the examples below.

PLEASE REMEMBER:

. It is really important here that they are aware that the number moves to the left, rather than talking about 'adding zeros' (when children move onto dividing by 10 to find a decimal answer, they will not be able to use the strategy of adding or removing zeros). Please see examples below;

 

  • When you multiply by 10, move all the digits one place to the left, putting a zero in the empty space.

21 × 10 = 210

 

  • When you divide by 10, move all the digits one place to the right.

 210 ÷ 10 = 21

 

Task – choose either;  

Bronze – A/Green

Silver – B/Pink

Gold - Multiples of 10 - Word problems

RE

Sikhism: Who and Where.

Go through the PowerPoint then watch the video. See in additional resources.

Task: Produce a picture showing someone carrying out one or more of the teachings of Guru Nanak that you have found out about.

Additional resources

Additional Activities

Tuesday 28th  April

 

Good morning, Oak 3.

 

Remember to keep active as the weather is starting to change. It has been lovely seeing some of you going for a run with your family around Alfred Major whilst I have been in school. Today, please could you:

 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Subject focus

Task

Literacy Task

The Lighthouse Story:

 

Re-read your story and check the below;

  • Grammar
  • Spelling
  • Punctuation
  • Paragraphs
  • Is it a detailed story? Could you add anymore?

 

Write up your story as neatly as you can, focusing on the changes.

 

Please upload them onto seesaw.

Spelling Task

Unit 11 Team teach or revision of words from the unit.

Maths Task

Solving multiplication and division word problems using scaling.

 

Go through the PowerPoint presentation then have a go at the questions.

 

Extension:

Mastery Checkpoint

Lifeskills

Friendship

 

Task 1: Show the picture of the two donkeys tied together with string and both trying to reach separate bundles of grass. Ask the children to come up with what solutions could be found so that both donkeys are happy and able to eat the bundles of grass. Show the slide of both stood happily next to each other eating one bundle of grass and sharing it, and then second picture on same slide, eating the other bundle happily. Talk through the ‘Solve it together technique’ using children to act through each stage.

 

Task 2:

Give the children chance to work through one of the friendship conflict scenarios using the ‘Solve it together technique’. Children could film their role play situations showing how they manage to solve the conflicts and these films could be uploaded to seesaw.

Class Reader

Listen to the third chapter of our book. This can be found on SeeSaw.

Additional resources

Monday 27th April

 

Good Morning Oak 3, I hope you had a great weekend! It's been lovely seeing your comments on your classmates' work and telling them how wonderful it is. Keep it up, you're making me extremely proud. This week I will continue to set Maths and Literacy each day and then either a Lifeskills, RE or French task.

 

Monday 27th April 2020

Subject focus

Task

Literacy Task

Proof Reading:

 

Go through the PowerPoint presentation then try the activity. These can be found in additional resources.

Spelling Task

Unit 11, Choose the right word.

SPAG Task

Complete the tasks on nouns and verbs, found in additional resources.

Maths Task

Multiply numbers by 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8.

 

See worksheets below. Pick either bronze, silver or gold.

 

Extension:

Active Learn – Seaside shuffle

Lifeskills

Family Roles and Responsibilities

 

Task 1:

Whose Responsibility Cards -  read each statement, decide if it is a job mainly for men, women or both. Whose responsibility is it? Who does what jobs in your house?

 

Task 2: Draw each member of their family and to identify two jobs that each person, including themselves.

Additional Resources

Miss Wrightson's puppy - Well done to everyone who guessed correctly, his name is Aello pronounced eye-low.

Additional Activities


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