Year 4 and 5 Home Learning

Hello All,

Unfortunately, due to the new government lockdown, we now have to go back to home learning. However, this time you may contact your class teacher for support if required – whenever you need it to continue your learning, ready for returning to school – hopefully soon!
You will be sent home learning to your school email each day (which will also be on the class web pages) by a member of the Year 4/5 team (Mr Milful, Mr Lai and Mr Morrell). We would like you to complete this and send it back to YOUR class teacher for marking.
We will be contacting your parents if we do not receive any home learning from you multiple days in a row. Teachers will be available to contact for support from 8.30am until 3.30pm daily.
Please send home learning to:
cmilfull@rooksnestacademy.co.uk
smorrell@rooksnestacademy.co.uk
clai@rooksnestacademy.co.uk
Here are copies of the Year 4/5 weekly spellings for your children to carry on learning as they would in school:
Please note: Home learning will appear on the page below in reverse order with the latest learning appearing directly below.
Wednesday 20th January 2021
Good morning all,
The answer to yesterday’s riddle: What is next in this sequence of letters? JFMAMJJASON…
Answer: D for December!      J for January     F for February    M for March    etc..
Here is the riddle for the day… What begins with T ends with T and has T in it?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
The mystery of the colour thief. Questions are down the side of the page.
SPAG activity:
Collecting vocabulary.
Can you think of 8 words to fill each column?
Can you remember what a verb, noun, verb, preposition and adverb are?
Challenge: Write a short definition for the 5 above words
Maths:
Recap: Prime numbers!

REMEMBER: A prime number can only be divided by 1 and itself. Answer “yes” or “no” to the questions where necessary.

1. What is the first prime number?
2. What is the only even prime number?
3. How many factors do prime numbers have?
4. Is 5 a prime number?
5. Is 2 a prime number?
6. Is 9 a prime number?
7. What is the 9th prime number?
8. What is the 7th prime number?
9. What is the 2nd prime number?
10. What is the 14th prime number?

The main activities for today’s math lesson are attached above. If you are in year 4 you will be completing the target your maths work sheet for year 4 and then the green sheets (continuing with equivalent fractions).

If you are in year 5 you will be completing the target your maths work sheet for year 5 and then the purple sheets (which are also looking at equivalent fractions).
Answers are included. Here is a video with Mr Morrell to help you 🙂

As stated in the video please complete the target your maths worksheet for your year group AND then the green sheet (year 4) or purple sheet (year 5).

Maths challenge/extension: If you are in Year 4 and are feeling very confident with equivalent fractions have a go at the purple sheets (AFTER) the green. You do not have to do this as there is a lot of work to complete today.
Literacy: 
Pancake making day!!! 🙂
Here is Mr Milfull making some of his own to help you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePdb0xMgRoE&feature=youtu.be – part 2

Topic:
Jesus features in a lot of stories called ‘Parables’ today you will be looking at what a parable is, why they are important in Christianity and having a go at writing your own short parable.
Read through the PowerPoint completing the activities as you go. Please watch the video links to Youtube that are found in the PowerPoint
You don’t have to write in literacy today so no complaining about writing in topic ! 😄

ICT:

Continue with Hour of code
Please let us know if you have forgotten your login details

Birds:

This week Winter Watch starts on BBC. Last year many of you enjoyed taking part in the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch.
If you would like to take part at home ask your parents and then click on this link https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch/  . There are lots of activities and games to do. Let us know how you get on! 🙂
Remember to keep practising your daily spellings, doing Times table Rockstars and completing accelerated reader quizzes! We can see who is completing quizzes and doing Rockstars on our teacher pages! 😎
Kind regards

Mr Morrell

Tuesday 19th January 2021
Good morning all,
The answer to yesterday’s riddle: How many letters are there in the alphabet?
Answer: There are 11 in ‘the alphabet’!
Here is the riddle for the day… What is next in this sequence of letters? JFMAMJJASON…
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Knight in shining armour
SPAG activity:
Following on from yesterday’s Literacy. The word nicely has been used too much. Replace ‘nicely’ with a range of other adverbs
Maths:
Recap:
Rounding sheet attached.
We have done a lot on rounding numbers this year so hopefully after watching the short video below you will remember how to round accurately. The video is not made by us but it will hopefully give you a reminder!
Rounding to the nearest 10’000 and 100’000 is a year 5 skill so don’t worry too much if you are in year 4 and struggle a bit with it although I know a lot of you are geniuses who will be able to do it! 🙂

The main activities for today’s lesson are attached above. If you are in year 4 you will be completing the green sheets (Equivalent fractions) and if you are in year 5 you will be completing the purple sheets (changing mixed number fractions to improper fractions). Answers are included. Here is a video with Mr Morrell to help you 🙂

Maths challenge/extension: There will be no extension today due to the SPAG activity.
Literacy: 
Please see Mr Milfull’s guide to instructions PowerPoint and example recipe attached. Here is a video by Mr Milfull about today’s lesson
Science:
Changes of state reversible vs irreversible changes
Please read through the PowerPoint above
Complete worksheet entitled cut stick reversible or not. It is a cut and stick sheet for those that would like to do it that way. But please just draw a quick table with reversible at the top of on column and irreversible at the top of the other and write which goes in which column if you do not have a printer/glue/scissors. BUT remember to have a go at the challenge questions on the bottom of the sheet. Once you hav finsihed the Powerpoint there is a ‘check’ sheet to see if you have understood the lesson 🙂

French:

Please continue with Mrs Dale’s French slides from where you got up to last time. No more than 2 slides!

Birds:

This week Winter Watch starts on BBC. Last year many of you enjoyed taking part in the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch.
If you would like to take part at home ask your parents and then click on this link https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch/  . There are lots of activities and games to do. Let us know how you get on! 🙂
Remember to keep practising your daily spellings, doing Times table Rockstars and completing accelerated reader quizzes! We can see who is completing quizzes and doing Rockstars on our teacher pages! 😎
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Monday 18th January 2021
Good morning all and welcome to week 3 of our lockdown learning.
We hope you all had a lovely weekend in the snow. Thanks for sending in all the pictures of the super snowmen, snow bunnies, snow angels, snow fairies and snow castles. We liked seeing you all having fun 🙂
The answer to Friday’s riddle: How do you make the number one disappear?
Answer: Add a G to it…and it’s…GONE!
Here is the riddle for the day… How many letters are there in the alphabet?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
The Snow goose
SPAG activity:
Speech marks – fill in the missing speech marks on the above sheet (2nd sheet). We have done a lot on speech marks this year. Remember speech marks only go around the part of the sentence that is spoken.  Let’s see what you can remember! Answers included.
Maths:
Recap: There will be no recap today due to the SPAG activity.

The main activities for today’s lesson are attached above. If you are in year 4 you will be completing the green sheets (fractions greater than one) and if you are in year 5 you will be completing the purple sheets (changing improper fractions to mixed number fractions ). Answers are included.

Here is a WhiteRose maths lesson on changing improper fractions to mixed number fractions this should help if you are inyear 5:
Here is a WhiteRose maths lesson on fractions greater than one this should help if you are in year 4:
Maths challenge/extension: There will be no extension today due to the SPAG activity.
When you send your home learning back today, please let us know what you think of the WhiteRose teaching videos. Do you find them more, or less helpful than the videos done by Mr Morrell/Mr Lai? Or did it not really make much difference? Would you like to see more/less of these WhiteRose maths teaching videos or a mixture between these and Mr Lai/Morrell? 
We appreciate your feedback! Thank you🙂
Literacy: 
Week 3 overview (what we will be doing) attached.
This week we will be leaving behind balanced arguments and looking at writing instructions. Today’s lesson will be on fronted adverbials. Please see the PowerPoint above and Mr Milfull’s lessons below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfnqAu4Bx1c&feature=youtu.be – part 2

Topic:
As part of our Religion topic, we will be looking at Christianity over the next couple of weeks.
For today’s lesson we want you to watch/read the links below and find out what Christianity is, who Jesus was and why he is important. If you were in school, we would be doing this as a discussion lesson with little writing apart from maybe a few notes, so if your parents/carers/siblings have time have a discussion with them. We don’t need to see written evidence for this lesson. Just tell us if you have done it and maybe an interesting fact you have found out🙂
Feel free to use other websites than just the one below.
Music:
Pentatonic scale. Please see sheet above and Mrs Wilcox’s help video below:
 
Art: 
Sketching a church. Follow the link and copy how to sketch a church. To slow the video down please click on settings — playback speed — 0.5

We would have been doing this in charcoal if you were at school but pencil will do fine. Remember to not press on too hard when sketching until the end when you are going over your finished piece of work.

Birds:

This week Winter Watch starts on BBC. Last year many of you enjoyed taking part in the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch.
If you would like to take part at home ask your parents and then click on this link https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch/  . There are lots of activities and games to do. Let us know how you get on! 🙂
Remember to keep practising your daily spellings, doing Times table Rockstars and completing accelerated reader quizzes! We can see who is completing quizzes and doing Rockstars on our teacher pages! 😎
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Friday 15th January 2021
Good morning all,
We hope you enjoyed the snow yesterday 🙂
The answer to yesterday’s riddle: What is the best cure for dandruff?
Answer: baldness
As you may have noticed, I messed this one up a bit yesterday and typed the answer by accident! 😨 Sorry! Think the excitement of snow proved too much for me!
Here is the riddle for the day… How do you make the number one disappear?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Rio Olympics comprehension
Maths:
Recap:
Write the following numbers as words. Here is a video to help you by our new teacher who will be helping you in class/with your home learning over the next few weeks Ms Heraty:
304
540
6,578
4,125
6,004
7,807
12,445
65,874
452,654
650,052

The main activities for today’s lesson are attached above (you will be looking at changing a mixed number fraction to an improper fraction as well as subtracting fractions from a whole number today) and here is Mr Morrell explaining today’s lesson:

We are wanting everyone to complete the sheets today even though they say ‘Y4’ as it is a recap. Answers are included. Rember you only need to do the white sheet and the FIRST green sheet. You do not need to do the 2nd green sheet unless you want to.

Maths challenge/extension:
Complete the 2nd sheet if you wish – it is tricky!
Literacy: Carrying on/finishing your big write. Make it as good as you possibly can then please send it to us to read! 🙂
We would like you to complete your balanced argument on social media today. If you have finished it please up-level in blue pen and make it better! Have you got a relative clause? Does your balanced argument use statistics to support the points made in your writing?
Please see attached:
Social media help sheet with guidance on what should be included in each paragraph.
Mr Milfull’s videos explaining the big write:
Remember to include a relative clause or even two!
Literacy extension: If you have finished the big write and need some extra Literacy to do please see the above PowerPoint (read through it carefully) and worksheet on casual conjunctions. Complete the sheet for today’s activity. We will be using casual conjunctions in next week’s Literacy so doing this will help you!
Topic:
Outdoor learning: Make a snowman outside in the snow (if there is still snow where you are). We want to see pictures! Who can build the biggest snowman?
If you have had enough of making snowmen yesterday and don’t fancy doing it again, have a look round your house/garden. How many different materials can you identify and find around your house?
Create a list (pictures or words) and show us 🙂 There is a PowerPoint above showing some different materials – but there are lots more!
E.g. wood = table
glass = window
metal = pan
Challenge what different types of fabrics can you find around your house? Can you identify any different types of metal?
Finishing off bits:
Have a look back over this week’s learning have you completed all of the French/ICT/Topic/Science/PE if not today is the day to catch up and finish off anything you have missed.
All work from this week can be found here:
Remember to keep practising your daily spellings, doing Times table Rockstars and completing accelerated reader quizzes! We can see who is completing quizzes and doing Rockstars on our teacher pages! 😎
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Thursday 14th January 2021
Good morning all,
The answer to yesterday’s riddle: What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment, and never in one thousand years?
Answer: The letter M
Here is the riddle for the day… What is the best cure for baldness? (Maybe a bit more of a joke than a riddle! 👀)
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Tiddlywinks comprehension
Maths:
Recap:
Order the following numbers in ASCEDNING order using your knowledge of place value. Can you remember what ascending means?
  1. 654       645       564       654
  2. 344        234      343       243
  3. 4563       4578         3456        4567
  4. 2457       2574         2747        2757
  5.  65895        65789        65987      65798        65874
  6. 23454        23544        23754       23545        23455

The main activities for today’s lesson are attached above (you will be looking at subtracting fractions today after looking at adding them yesterday) and here is Mr Morrell explaining today’s lesson:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeBQpmNY2uk&feature=youtu.be
We are wanting everyone to complete the sheets today even though they say ‘Y4’ as it is a recap. Answers are included.
Maths challenge/extension:
Subtract 2 fractions extension sheet (again, don’t feel you must complete this sheet, it is optional if you find the other really easy!)
Literacy:
We would like you to complete your balanced argument on social media today/tomorrow. If you have finished it please up-level in blue pen and make it better! Have you got a relative clause? Does your balanced argument use statistics to support the points made in your writing?
Please see attached:
Social media help sheet with guidance on what should be included in each paragraph.
Mr Milfull’s videos explaining the big write:
Remember to include a relative clause or even two!
As Mr Milfull says in his video this piece of writing can be done between Wednesday and Friday. There is no rush. We want a good long detailed piece of writing!
Topic:
Outdoor learning: Make a snowman outside in the snow (it looks like this might be possible this time). We want to see pictures! Who can build the biggest snowman?
ICT: (If making a snowman’s not your thing) Carry on with hour of code – you should have your logins
PE:
Have a go at the Zumba video below for today’s PE lesson (it is not exactly how we would be doing dance in PE at school but it will do for now!). Can anyone tell me which country Zumba originated (came) from? I will give you a clue…it’s not England.
Remember to keep practising your daily spellings, doing Times table Rockstars and completing accelerated reader quizzes! We can see who is completing quizzes and doing Rockstars on our teacher pages! 😎
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Wednesday 13th January 2021
Good morning all,
The answer to yesterday’s riddle: Three men were in a boat. It capsized but only two got their hair wet. Why?
Answer: One was bald!
Here is the riddle for the day… What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment, and never in one thousand years?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Recycle week comprehension
Maths:
Recap: Carry on and complete the next 6 numbers of each sequence. Yesterday your sequences went up (in ascending order) today they are going down (in descending order):
E.g.,  44   42   40   38   36   34   32   30   28   26
 
150     140   130   120
63   60   57    54
52   48    44    40
78    73   68   63
124    118     112    106
255     244     233     222
750    700    650   600
1150    1125   1100  1075

The main activities for today’s lesson are attached above and here is Mr Morrell explaining today’s lesson:

We are wanting everyone to complete the sheets today even though they say ‘Y4’ as it is a recap. Answers are included.

Maths challenge: If you find today’s maths easy have a look at the adding fractions problem solving (Do not feel you must complete this, only have a go if you feel like an extra chalenge).
Literacy:
You will be starting your big writes; a balanced argument on whether social media is a good thing or not. We would like you to complete the first 2 paragraphs today and finish it tomorrow (as you did last week).
Please see attached:
Social media help sheet with guidance on what should be included in each paragraph.
Mr Milfull’s videos explaining the big write
Remember to include a relative clause or even two!
As Mr Milfull says in his video this piece of writing can be done between now and Friday. There is no rush. We want a good long detailed piece of writing!
Topic:
Read through the 3 PowerPoints above on Eid and Ramadan (although you should have learnt quite a bit by now!) and complete the sheets summarising and showing what you know about the 2 subjects.
Music:
Time names and time values see above.
Remember to keep practising your daily spellings, doing Times table Rockstars and completing accelerated reader quizzes! We can see who is completing quizzes and doing Rockstars on our teacher pages! 😎
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Tuesday 12th January 2021
Good morning All,
Please note: If you have a ‘cut and stick’ activity but don’t have access to a printer feel free to just draw the sheet/boxes and write in pen/pencil. Whatever is easiest🙂
The answer to yesterday’s riddle: What starts with a P, ends with an E and has thousands of letters?  POST OFFICE
Here is the riddle for the day… Three men were in a boat. It capsized but only two got their hair wet. Why?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Valley of the fairy chimneys
Maths:
Recap: Carry on and complete the next 6 numbers of each sequence:
E.g.,   4    8   12    16   20    24    28    32   36    40
 
15   18   21   24   27
16   24   32   40   48
80    100   120   140
500   600   700   800
250   300   350   400
250   500   750   1000
4000   5000   6000   7000
2   4    8    16
The last one is hard!

The main activities for today’s lesson are attached above and here is Mr Morrell explaining today’s lesson:

We are wanting everyone to complete the sheets today even though they say ‘Y4’ as it is a recap. Answers are included.

Literacy:
Debating social media – is it a good or bad thing?
Please see video below and sheets attached above.
Topic:

Use the link above to read/watch and learn all about what Ramadan is and why it important to Muslims. Create and informative poster explaining what Ramadan is and outlining what you have learnt.

Imaging you are trying to tell someone who has never heard anything about Ramadan before. Educate them!

Remember posters need to be eye-catching not necessarily ‘wordy’

Art: Carry on with the Islamic art PowerPoint and 2 worksheets sent yesterday. If you have finished these research other styles of Islamic art. Send me what you find. Which are your favourite and why? Impress me!
French: Continue with Ms Dale’s French slides from where you got to last time. Only do 1 or 2 please.
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Monday 11th January 2021
Good morning everyone and welcome to the 2nd week of our home learning. We had responses from the vast majority of children last week, which is superb to say we had not done it before. We are hoping for even more work being sent back this week.
Here is a riddle for the day…. What starts with a P, ends with an E and has thousands of letters?
Attached is today’s home learning stay positive and keep smiling! 🙂
Guided Reading:
Splitting the apple comprehension
Maths:
Recap: The quick method to solve column subtraction involving numbers with multiple zeros:
600 – 364 =
7000 – 3456 =
8000 – 2578 =
9000 – 4689 =
£10.00 – £3.46=
£20.00 – £12.89 =
£50.00 – £17.98 =
£100.00 – £87.07 =
Here is a video with Mr Lai to help:

For the main part of our maths lesson we will be starting to look at fractions. We will be looking at fractions over the next few weeks. The activites for today’s lesson are above and here is Mr Morrell and Mr Lai explaining todays introduction lesson:

We are wanting everyone to complete BOTH sheets today even though they say ‘Y4’ as it is a recap. Answers are included. On the ‘colour and label’ answer worksheet their is a mistake 2/5 should only have 2 out of the 5 bozes shaded in.

Literacy:
We will be continuing working on balanced arguments this week and todays focus will be on expanding sentences using relative clauses. The powerpoint and sheet for today’s lesson are above and here is Mr Milfull’s lesson on relative clauses.
Topic:
Science – carrying on last week’s lesson when we started looking at changes of state. Today we will be looking at the particle properties of solids, liquids and gases. PowerPoint (you will have seen this already last week) and sheet above.
Art: Carrying on Islamic art PowerPoint and 2 worksheets above.
There are 2 work sheets to be completed over the course of the week. I do not expect you to complete everything today!
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Friday 8th January 2021
Good morning All!
Here is a riddle for the day…. Which letter of the alphabet has the most water?
Hope you are all well attached is the home learning for today! Enjoy!
Guided Reading: The singing ringing tree comprehension
Maths:
Recap column addition:
  1. 56 + 38
  2. 89 + 72
  3. 351 + 563
  4. 468 + 765
  5. 986 + 753
  6. 6751 + 6783
  7. 7803 + 5674
  8. 8546 + 543
  9. 9953 + 783
  10. 7335 + 853 + 753
Here is a video where Mr Morrell reminds you how to solve column addition calculations:
Main activity:
Year 4 – page 132/133 To interpret and present continuous data – PLEASE IGNORE THE LAST QUESTION ON EACH SECTION (DRAWING BAR CHARTS/HISTOGRAM YOU DO NOT NEED TO DO THIS)
Year 5 – page 142 To read and interpret information in timetables
Literacy: Carry on your SLOW big write (zoo’s balanced argument) from yesterday. Here is Mr Milfull’s video again in case anyone needs it:
If you have finished/when you have finished your big write please have a go at up-levelling (make it better) your own work in blue pen or a different colour/font.
For any one who has done ALL of that there is a SPAG worksheet attached to complete.
Outdoor learning: (as we would have been doing it in school.
Go outside and make the biggest snowman you can (if it snows)
If it doesn’t snow go out side and see how many insects you can find in your garden/flowerbeds. Create a tally chart of the different insects you find.
MFL (French):
Please see powerpoint attached. I would only do the first 2 activities for now.
Science:
Read through the page on solids, liquids and gases and watch the videos.
Spelling: Carry out your own spelling ‘test/check’ on this week’s spellings. You could ask an adult or brother/sister to test you if you have time. How many do you get correct out of 10? Let us know!
I know I have sent a lot today so I do not expect it all to be done. Please pick and choose what you would like to complete.
Have a lovely weekend after your day of hard work! 🙂
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Thursday 7th January 2021
Good morning All!
Here is a riddle for the day…. What five letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?
Hope you are all well attached is the home learning for today! Enjoy!
Guided Reding – The Moon comprehension, answers are at the bottom no cheating!
Maths –
Recap: Column subtraction
Here is a video by Mr Lai to help remind you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMQOwHWVB-w
62 – 25 =
782 – 465 =
984 – 558 =
621 – 438 =
7832 – 389 =
6584 – 897 =
6587 – 2617 =
8005 – 6584 =
The statistics for today is similar to yesterday:
Year 4 Solving problems using information presented in tables
Year 5 reading and interpreting tables.
You will recognise these pages. Please start on the section you feel comfortable with. If you are finding it difficult go back a section if you are finding it easy go on a section. If you can remember which section you are usually asked to start on please start there.
Literacy – You will be starting your SLOW big write today. The video below by Mr MIlfull (it says Friday but it is for today and tomorrow) explains what he wants you to do. We would like at least the first 2 paragraphs done today with the rest tomorrow. You do not have to send the paragraphs you do today if you do not wish. You can just send back the finished balanced argument tomorrow.
Topic – Creating your own Islamic prayer mat based on Islamic patterns. See powerpoint and blank prayer mat sheet
PE – As part of our dance topic we will be looking at dancing around the world!
Please see link to the video below – Can you keep up!?:
Any problems let me know!
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Wednesday 6th January 2021
Good morning All,
Well done to those of you who did yesterdays home learning 🙂🙂
Here is todays:
Guided Reading:
Can we go home now comprehension
Literacy:
Zoos paradise or prison sheet.
I have also re-sent yesterdays Powerpoint with the sentence openers on the you will need.
Here is a video link with a short lesson explaining what we are wanting you to do for the lesson. The video title says ‘Thursdays’ lesson but it is for today.
Maths:
Recap work: bus stop division – please solve the following:
315 ÷ 5 =
288  ÷ 3 =
528  ÷ 4 =
717 ÷ 3 =
968 ÷ 8 =
895 ÷ 5 =

8792 ÷ 7 =

9180 ÷ 6 =

Here is a video to help you remember how to use bus stop method!

Year 4 reading and interpreting bar charts.
Year 5 reading and interpreting tables.
You will recognise these pages. Please start on the section you feel comfortable with. If you are finding it difficult go back a section if you are finding it easy go on a section. If you can remember which section you are usually asked to start on please start there.
Science:
Please read through the solid liquids and gases Powerpoint for our new science topic ‘States of matter’
Complete the cutting and sticking solid/liquid/gas activity.
Art:
Skteching a mosque.
What is a mosque? Please research.
Follow the link and copy how to sketch a mosque. To slow the video down please click on settings — playback speed — 0.5
We look forward to receiving your work!
Kind regards
Mr Morrell
Tuesday 5th January 2021
Please find attached your home learning for today.
  • Guided reading comprehension sheet (answers included but no cheating!) and daily home reading – accelerated reader can still be completed and checked by class teachers.
  • Mathematics
    – Recap (column multiplication) complete the following and email the answers:
    3 x 68 =
    6 x 79 =
    45 x 8 =
    424 x 9 =
    578 x 7 =
    17 x 28 =
    24 x 36 =
    37 x 64 =
    – White rose statistic sheets (green = Y4, purple = Y5 but feel free to have a go at both sheets (answers included but no cheating!). PowerPoints are also included to aid your learning.
  • Literacy – Please see the powerpoints on writing a balanced arguments and complete tasks
  • Topic – Research and complete the 5 pillars of Islam worksheet and create your OWN 5 pillars using values that are important to you.
  • ICT – Hour of code/TTR Rockstars – you should know your logins!
Let us know if you need any help!
When recording answers- sheets can be printed off, completed and scanned/photographed back to your class teacher or typed out on word. Whichever suits you best.
Kind regards
Mr Morrell

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