Year 4 and 5 Home Learning

 Home learning for isolation children

Week beginning Monday 12th July 2021

PLEASE NOTE Y4/5 SPORTS DAY HAS BEEN MOVED TO THURSDAY THE 22ND JULY.

Home learning literacy plan for week beginning

 

Monday

Literacy

T2-E-1568-Features-of-an-Autobiography-Checklist
T2-E-1324-Autobiography-and-Biography-PowerPoint
T2-P-026-All-About-Me-Poster-Template_ver_1
T2-E-1569-Features-of-an-Autobiography-Poster_ver_1
au-s-129-autobiography-interview-activity_ver_1
T2-E-1570-Features-of-an-Autobiography-Word-Mat
mr lai’s biography
Mr M autobiography (1)

SPAG

Mon SPAG

Maths

Mon 5
Monday y4

Guided Reading

Counting Stage 5 Comp – Teaching Slides
Counting Stage 5 Comp – Comprehension Pack

Tuesday

Literacy

autobio plan tues

SPAG

 Tues SPAG

Maths

Tues y4
Tues 5

Guided Reading

Little Things Stage 5 Comp – Teaching Slides
Little Things Stage 5 Comp – Comprehension Pack

 

Wednesday

Literacy

t2-e-3780-year-5-relative-clauses-warmup-powerpoint_ver_2
Relative clause worksheet 2

 

SPAG

Weds SPAG

Maths

Weds 5
Weds 4

Guided Reading

Dear Humans Stage 5 Comp – Comprehension Pack
Dear Humans Stage 5 Comp – Teaching Slides

Thursday

Literacy

Big Write

SPAG

Thurs SPAG

Maths

Thurs 4
Thurs 5

Guided Reading

Dystopia Stage 5 Comp – Comprehension Pack
Dystopia Stage 5 Comp – Teaching Slides

Friday

Literacy

Up-level your big writes in blue/a different coloured pen

SPAG

Fri SPAG

Maths

Fri y4
Fri 5

Guided Reading

Formal Letter Stage 5 Comp – Comprehension Pack
Formal Letter Stage 5 Comp – Teaching Slides

 

PE (for the week) – practice long jump or your throwing technique with ball(s) for sports day on the 22nd July when you will doing javelin, shot put, discuss and long jump.

Also practice throwing/kicking with BOTH hands/feet try to make yourself equally strong with both sides of the body (ambidextrous).

 

Computing

See geography work.

Continue with typing.com

 

Art (for the week) – Continue with sketching other Yorkshire landscapes if you have done this one

Sketching Yorkshire landscapes

Have a go at sketching this landscape (the YouTube video can be slowed down using settings-playback speed in the bottom corner. Hopefully you will remember this from last time.

Once you have done this lesson. research some other famous Yorkshire landscape sketches/drawings, choose one and have a go at sketching it yourself.

 

Geography (for the week) –

Isolation Geography

 

Science (for the week) –

https://www.stem.org.uk/resources/community/collection/12775/year-5-living-things-and-their-habitats

Choose 2 of the activities to have a go at from the above link. There are teaching slides, games and activities to carry out.

 

Also remember your weekly spellings, prodigy, TT Rockstars and accelerated reader can all be accessed from home.

We look forward to receiving your work via your class teacher’s email.

cmilfull@rooksnestacademy.co.uk
clai@rooksnestacademy.co.uk
smorrell@rooksnestacademy.co.uk

Kind regards

The Year 4/5 team

 

 

 

Week beginning Monday 4th July

instructions for maths (all week)
English Isolation Homework (all week instructions)

Day 1

SPAG noun

Guided reading

Hidden Creatures Stage 4 Comp – Comprehension Pack
Hidden-Creatures-Stage-4-Comp-Teaching-Slides

Maths
Year 4 Day 1
Year 5 Day 1

Literacy
Matilda Hilaire Belloc

 

Day 2

SPAG verbs (2)

Guided reading

Heading Down Stage 4 Comp – Comprehension Pack
Heading-Down-Stage-4-Comp-Teaching-Slides

Maths
Year 4 Day 2
Year 5 Day 2

Literacy

See above week outline

 

Day 3

SPAG adjectives

Guided reading
Daredevil-Divers-Stage-4-Comp-Teaching-Slides
Daredevil Divers Stage 4 Comp – Comprehension Pack

Maths
Year 4 Day 3
Year 5 Day 3

Literacy

See above outline

 

Day 4

SPAG adverbs

Guided reading
The-Mariaa-Trench-Stage-4-Comp-Teaching-Slides
The Mariana Trench Stage 4 Comp – Comprehension Pack

Maths
Year 4 Day 4
Year 5 Day 4

Literacy
t2-e-167-changing-tense-activity-sheets-_ver_5

 

Day 5

SPAG end of unit check

Guided reading
Legends-of-the-Deep-Stage-4-Comp-Teaching-Slides
Legends of the Deep Stage 4 Comp – Comprehension Pack

Maths

Timestable rockstars

Literacy
T2-E-1944-A-Day-at-the-Zoo-Fronted-Adverbials_ver_3

 

Extra literacy activity (Day 6 if needed)

t2-e-41473-uks2-the-obstacle-course-catastrophe-sports-day-spag-problemsolving-mystery-game-english_ver_3

 

 

 

Computing –  Practice your typing skills on typing.com

 

Art (for the week) –

Sketching Yorkshire landscapes

Have a go at sketching this landscape (the YouTube video can be slowed down using settings-playback speed in the bottom corner. Hopefully you will remember this from last time.

Once you have done this lesson. research some other famous Yorkshire landscape sketches/drawings, choose one and have a go at sketching it yourself.

 

Geography (for the week) –

Lesson 1 – Worksheets
Lesson-1 figure-grid-references slides

Lesson-2—Symbols-Worksheet (recap) you can use google to help

Lesson-3 slides
Lesson-3—height-on-a-map


Science
(for the week) –

https://www.stem.org.uk/resources/community/collection/12775/year-5-living-things-and-their-habitats

Choose 2 of the activities to have a go at from the above link. There are teaching slides, games and activities to carry out.

 

Also remember prodigy, TT Rockstars and accelerated reader can all be accessed from home.

 

We look forward to receiving your work via your class teacher’s email.

cmilfull@rooksnestacademy.co.uk
clai@rooksnestacademy.co.uk
smorrell@rooksnestacademy.co.uk

Kind regards

The Year 4/5 team

 

 

World Book Day – Thursday 4th March – Information

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 Milfull, 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 is a copy of the Spring 2 parent flyer so you aware of what your child is/ will be doing in school:
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.
Friday 5th March 2021
Good morning all,
WE MADE IT! Welcome to what is hopefully the last day of home learning!
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We want to say a big thank you to all of you (and your parents/carers) for completing/helping you complete the home learning. We are exceptionally proud of those of you we have had home learning from on a regular basis. It may have been hard at times, but it will really help you (and prepare you for ALL of the hard work we have planned in the coming weeks!) 😄 We look forward to seeing you all on Monday 😄 Once again, thank you and well done!

 

The answer to yesterday’s riddle:

What number is odd until you take away one letter; then it becomes even?
Answer:
Seven. Take away the S it becomes even!
Here is the riddle for the day…
A slightly different riddle today – How many triangles can you find in the image below? I will be impressed if anyone finds them all!
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Our guided reading for this half term will centre around our DT topic (The Firework maker’s daughter). You will be looking at it in literacy and guided reading most days.
Look through the guided reading PowerPoint on The Firework Maker’s Daughter and complete the activities/questions for Friday ONLY!  You will also need the comic strip template attached above for today’s guided reading.
The videos of Mr Milfull reading The Firework Maker’s Daughter chapter 1, 2 and 3 can be found here if needed.
A copy of the text is also attached.
SPAG activity:
See SPAG sheet above. Which words require capital letters?
Maths:
Recap:
See Friday maths recap above – it is to do with seeing money written in different ways.
The main activities for today’s maths lesson are attached above. Both year groups will be working on place value problem solving, putting together all the skills you have been learning over the last 2 weeks. Please find the resources above. There are year 5, 4 and 3 work sheets attached. The problem-solving activities are quite challenge. If you are finding your year group activity too difficult have a go at the year group below sheet. There is no video today.
Maths challenge/extension:
No extension today
Literacy: 
In Literacy, this week we will be continuing our work on The Firework Maker’s Daughter.
Please view ‘week 2 overview’ PowerPoint which will tell you what you are doing today (Friday). You will also need ‘Mr Milfull’s punctuation worksheet’ attached above.
As it says on Friday’s PowerPoint slide, you do not have to do every exercise but we expect at least two completed!

PE:
See the home learning gymnastics sheets above. There are sheets with lots of activities for year 4 and 5 but you can have a go at any of the activities on either of the sheets. Do not feel you have to complete all the activities! Just have a go at some you like 🙂

Finishing off bits:
Have a look back over this week’s learning have you completed all of the DT/French/ICT/Topic/Science/PE? If not, today is the day to catch up and finish off anything you have missed.

All learning from this week can be found here:

 

Tropical World Escape Room!
See below – looks fun!

https://wakefield.mumbler.co.uk/brand-new-online-escape-room-launched-by-tropical-world/

You can download the files needed from the above link.

 

Outdoor learning:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/for-families?campid=email_central_Newsletter_28012021_Sub3MemFam

There are some excellent activity ides above for all the family in the garden, outdoors and at home (scroll down to see these). A big thankyou to the parent who shared this resource! 🙂

 

Daily reading:
We will now be doing daily reading (by the lovely Mrs Dale) please listen along to the story and let us know what you think! You don’t need to listen to all of each clip each day. They can be broken up and just listen when you can 🙂
Reading can be found on our website by following this link:

https://www.rooksnestacademy.co.uk/my-class/mrs-dales-story-time-northern-lights/

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

Week 2 overview
Mr Milfull’s punctuation worksheet

Thursday 4th March 2021
Good morning all,
As you can see above it is world book day today!

Why not dress up as a book character and send a photo to your teacher!

Which book is your favourite?

Can you write a recommendation/book review for the book and email it to your teacher?

The answer to yesterday’s riddle:

Why are ghosts bad at telling lies?
Answer:
Because you can see right through them!
Here is the riddle for the day…
What number is odd until you take away one letter; then it becomes even?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Our guided reading for this half term will centre around our DT topic (The Firework maker’s daughter). You will be looking at it in literacy and guided reading most days.
Look through the guided reading PowerPoint on The Firework Maker’s Daughter and complete the activities/questions for Thursday ONLY!  Today we would like you to complete TWO word investigations you did this last week so you should know what you are doing, the slides will help you if you get stuck!
The videos of Mr Milfull reading The Firework Maker’s Daughter chapter 1, 2 and 3 can be found here if needed.
A copy of the text is also attached.
SPAG activity:
Identifying expanded noun phrases.
Once you have finished the sheet. Once you have completed the sheet have a go at writing 3 sentences of your own with expanded noun phrases.
Maths:

Recap:

Please find attached sheet ‘Thursday’s maths recap’
Telling the time today! Answers included are in digital but if you have written them in words that is also acceptable.
E.g. 11:30 = half past eleven (both are correct)
The main activities for today’s maths lesson are attached above. Both year groups will be working on roman numerals today. Please find the resources (separate year group resources) attached above. Remember Roman numerals =   C   M   L etc.  Arabic numerals =   3  45   823  etc.
Here is a video by Mr Lai to help you:
Maths challenge/extension:
Year 4 extension above
Year 5 extension above
Remember extensions are optional you do not need to.
Literacy: 
In Literacy, this week we will be continuing our work on The Firework Maker’s Daughter.
Please view ‘week 2 overview’ PowerPoint which will tell you what you are doing today (Thursday).
Today you will be writing a 2-paragraph long character description of the water goddess. You can use your conjunction sentences from yesterday. Challenge yourself and try to include noun phrases and relative clause/parenthesis too!

World Book Day Challenge:

Challenge 1

Which book is your favourite?

Can you write a recommendation/book review for your favourite book and email it to your teacher?

The most well written, bright and colourful will then be displayed in classroom book areas as well as in the library.

There is a template attached above. You do not have to use it if you want to use/create your own.

Challenge 2

Can you make a 3D book character that can be wall mounted using an egg box?

These will be used to create a fantastic book displays in school including in our class book areas.

You can bring your finished work with you to school on Monday! 🙂

Below is a link to show you some ideas:

Design Technology

Reviewing your bridge design.

Please see the review sheet above.

Does the bridge you designed meet the parameters (limit/boundary) set out on the sheet? Can you change your bridge so it meets the parameters but is still stable?

We look forward to reading the evaluations of the super bridges you have made!

You can download the files needed from the above link.

 

Outdoor learning:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/for-families?campid=email_central_Newsletter_28012021_Sub3MemFam

There are some excellent activity ides above for all the family in the garden, outdoors and at home (scroll down to see these). A big thankyou to the parent who shared this resource! 🙂

Daily reading:
We will now be doing daily reading (by the lovely Mrs Dale) please listen along to the story and let us know what you think! You don’t need to listen to all of each clip each day. They can be broken up and just listen when you can 🙂
Reading can be found on our website by following this link:

https://www.rooksnestacademy.co.uk/my-class/mrs-dales-story-time-northern-lights/

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 3rd March 2021
Good morning all,

The answer to yesterday’s riddle:

What travels around the world but stays in one spot?
Answer:
A stamp
Here is the riddle for the day…
Why are ghosts bad at telling lies?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Our guided reading for this half term will centre around our DT topic (The Firework maker’s daughter). You will be looking at it in literacy and guided reading most days.
Look through the guided reading PowerPoint on The Firework Maker’s Daughter and complete the activities/questions for Wednesday ONLY!  There are 6 questions to answer today.

The videos of Mr Milfull reading The Firework Maker’s Daughter chapter 1, 2 and 3 can be found here if needed.

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

A copy of the text is also attached.
SPAG activity:
Adjective noun verb sheet
You need to add and adjective a noun and then a verb to complete the sentences – in that order!
Maths:

Recap:

Please find attached sheet ‘Wednesday’s math recap’
Subtracting decimals. Remember your place value and line up your columns accurately!
E.g. 19.72 – 8.93 =
   19.72
–    8.93
The main activities for today’s maths lesson are attached above. Both year groups will be working on negative numbers today. Please find the resources (separate year group resources) attached above.
Here is a video by Mr Morrell to help you:
Maths challenge/extension:
Year 4 extension above
Year 5 extension above
 
Literacy: 
In Literacy, this week we will be continuing our work on The Firework Maker’s Daughter.
Please view ‘week 2 overview’ PowerPoint which will tell you what you are doing today (Wednesday).
You will be drafting a description of the water goddess using coordinating conjunctions. Please use resource sheets 5a and 5b attached above to help you.
Tomorrow you will be writing a 2-paragraph long character description of the water goddess so if your conjunction sentences are good today you will be able to use them in your writing tomorrow!

Art:
For today’s art lesson you will be having a go at sketching/drawing the full moon ceremony (Page 14) using the description in the book. This will fit well with today and tomorrow’s literacy lessons.

Here is the description found in the book on page 14:

Meanwhile, the village elders were preparing the lakeshore for the Full Moon ceremony. Chulak and Hamlet, full of supper, wandered along to have a look. The sand was swept and smoother, lanterns were hung in the trees, and blossoms of all colours were scattered on the water. The path from the temple to the lake was crowded several deep on either side, and Chulak had to climb on Hamlet’s back in order to see. Then the ceremony began. A great drum sounded three times, and an orchestra began to play: gongs and xylophones and drums and cymbals and flutes. A line of dancers came out of the temple and swayed down the path towards the lake, their fingernails snapping and flicking like fireflies and their golden skirts shimmering in the lantern light. The headman of the village struck a light and lit a scented candle in a paper boat, which had floated out on to the lake. The incense made the air sweet and rich. Very soon other paper boats were floating out to join it, and then a little child pointed at the tree tops on the far side of the dark lake and said: “Moon!” The full moon was rising. And as it rose the music rose too, the gongs and the xylophones and the cymbals all summoning the Goddess from the lake. And then she was there, though no one had seen her arrive; it was as if she’d come when they were looking away, and when they looked back they saw her; though no one had really looked away. She was floating to the shore on a raft of water-lilies, a beautiful lady in a robe the colour of the moon, with silver rings and amulets, and a necklace of jasmine flowers. One after another the villagers bowed to her and asked her help: this woman for a sick child, that man for a good harvest, these lovers for a blessing on their marriage. The Goddess rebuked some for asking too much, though she never refused anyone in need.

This image below will give you an idea of what your finished artwork may look like (you do not have to colour it in if you don’t have time):

Ict:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr
The above link takes you to a great program to promote touch typing! Touch typing allows you to type without looking at the keyboard when you master it! Try to follow the instructions and use ALL your fingers and not just your index fingers. Start off at level 1 and continue through the different stages but remember to use the correct method. Quality over speed and amount otherwise you will get into bad habits. This is an important skill not just for now but as you all get older and get jobs!

Continue where you got to last week. If you have finished the tough typing on the link, have a go at typing a short description of yourself but do it whilst touch typing! How many mistakes do you make? Can you remember full stops and capital letters?

Tropical World Escape Room!

See below – looks fun!

https://wakefield.mumbler.co.uk/brand-new-online-escape-room-launched-by-tropical-world/

You can download the files needed from the above link.

 

Outdoor learning:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/for-families?campid=email_central_Newsletter_28012021_Sub3MemFam

There are some excellent activity ides above for all the family in the garden, outdoors and at home (scroll down to see these). A big thankyou to the parent who shared this resource! 🙂

Daily reading:
We will now be doing daily reading (by the lovely Mrs Dale) please listen along to the story and let us know what you think! You don’t need to listen to all of each clip each day. They can be broken up and just listen when you can 🙂
Reading can be found on our website by following this link:

https://www.rooksnestacademy.co.uk/my-class/mrs-dales-story-time-northern-lights/

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 2nd March 2021
Good morning all,

The answer to yesterday’s riddle:

The more of this there is, the less you see. What is it?
Answer:
Darkness!
Here is the riddle for the day…
What travels around the world but stays in one spot?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Our guided reading for this half term will centre around our DT topic (The Firework maker’s daughter). You will be looking at it in literacy and guided reading most days.
Look through the guided reading PowerPoint on The Firework Maker’s Daughter and complete the activities/questions for Tuesday ONLY!

The videos of Mr Milfull reading The Firework Maker’s Daughter chapter 1 and 2 can be found here if needed.

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

A copy of the text is also attached.
SPAG activity:
Dictionary work 2 – Please use a dictionary (or Google) to find an APPROPRIATE definition for the words.
Maths:

Recap:

Please find attached sheet ‘Tuesday’s math recap’
Adding decimals. Remember your place value and line up your columns accurately!
E.g. 12.34 + 5.68 =
   12.34
+   5.68
The main activities for today’s maths lesson are attached above. Both year groups will be continuing looking at rounding, following on from Monday’s lesson. Please find the resources attached above. The video below is the same as Monday’s video, watch it again if you need a reminder on rounding.
Here is a video by Mr Lai to help you:
Maths challenge/extension:
The extensions are included in the activities above today. The word problems following on from the calculations.
Literacy: 
In Literacy, this week we will be continuing our work on The Firework Maker’s Daughter.
Please view ‘week 2 overview’ PowerPoint which will tell you what you are doing today (2 slides).
You will need to use resource sheets 3a and 3b ‘Tuesday literacy activities’ for today’s lessons.
Here is Mr Milfull reading chapter 3. You will need this for today’s lesson.

Design technology:

This week in design technology you will be designing a stable bridge (you may need to search what the word stable means!).

Look at the sheet entitled ‘bridge activity 1’ An adult may need to help you read through the first 2 sheets as these sheets explain why you are making a stable bridge! Page 3 demonstrates the different bridges you can make. Which is the strongest bridge? Test them out by putting objects (coins on top) which can take the most weight?

Then read and have a go at ‘bridge activity 2’. Use what you learnt in the first activity to create a strong, stable sturdy bridge!

As always, we welcome pictures! 🙂

This may take you a couple of days to complete so we will be asking you to evaluate and review your strong bridge on Thursday so please try to have your finished stable bridge by then!

 

Music:
Please see the attached activity above and continue with body percussion. Please send any music work to Mrs Wilcox 🙂

Tropical World Escape Room!

See below – looks fun!

https://wakefield.mumbler.co.uk/brand-new-online-escape-room-launched-by-tropical-world/

You can download the files needed from the above link.

 

Outdoor learning:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/for-families?campid=email_central_Newsletter_28012021_Sub3MemFam

There are some excellent activity ides above for all the family in the garden, outdoors and at home (scroll down to see these). A big thank you to the parent who shared this resource! 🙂

 

Daily reading:
We will now be doing daily reading (by the lovely Mrs Dale) please listen along to the story and let us know what you think! You don’t need to listen to all of each clip each day. They can be broken up and just listen when you can 🙂
Reading can be found on our website by following this link:

https://www.rooksnestacademy.co.uk/my-class/mrs-dales-story-time-northern-lights/

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 maths recap
Y4 rounding
y5 rounding
y5 rounding answers

Week 2 overview
Tuesday literacy activities

The Firework-Maker’s Daughter Guided Reading Remote Learning Week 2
The Firework Maker’s Daughter Text

Dictionary work 2

Bridge activity 1
Bridge acitvity 2

Year 4-5 body percussion week 2

Monday 1st March 2021
Good morning all,
Hopefully our last week of home learning! Let’s have one last big push to get through this week!
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The answer to last Friday’s riddle:

What has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps, can run but never walks, and has a bank but no money?
Answer:
A river!
Here is the riddle for the day…
The more of this there is, the less you see. What is it?
Please find today’s home learning attached.
Guided Reading:
Our guided reading for this half term will centre around our DT topic (The Firework maker’s daughter). You will be looking at it in literacy and guided reading most days.
Look through the guided reading PowerPoint on The Firework Maker’s Daughter and complete the activities/questions for Monday ONLY! There are 6 questions today.

The videos of Mr Milfull reading The Firework Maker’s Daughter chapter 1 and 2 can be found here if needed.

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

A copy of the text is also attached.
SPAG activity:
Verb spotting activity
Maths:

Recap:

Please find attached sheet ‘Monday’s math recap’
The main activities for today’s maths lesson are attached above. Both year groups will be looking at rounding. Please find the resource attached. It is the same for both year groups. Start on the section you usually start on and move on to the next one if you are finding the task easy!  If you are in year 4 start on section A today and see how you do.
Here is a video by Mr Lai to help you:
Maths challenge/extension:
Rounding to the next 10/100

Remember these extensions are optional and DO NOT need to be completed. There are 3 optional sheets. The first sheet is the easiest with the third sheet being the hardest.

Literacy: 
In Literacy, this week we will be continuing our work on The Firework Maker’s Daughter.
Today you will looking at what a letter of complaint should look like and what a bad one looks like!
Here is a video by Mr Mifull that you will need for today’s lesson:

(The video says Friday but is for today)

The end of the video cuts a bit short but it is still clear what we would like you to do today 🙂 Read the letter of complaint bad example then match up the statements with the formal (good) version and the informal (bad version)
E.g. Dear Sir/Madam = Dear Idiot in charge

Science:
Today’s science experiment will be all about separating solids and liquids. Please see the information sheet and PowerPoint attached above. Don’t feel you have to do all of the experiments. We look forward to hearing/seeing your experiments – we welcome pictures! 😄

 

French:
Continue with Mrs Dale’s French work (PowerPoint) from where you got to last time. Remember only complete a couple of the slides at a time, you should have a few left!

Tropical World Escape Room!

See below – looks fun!

https://wakefield.mumbler.co.uk/brand-new-online-escape-room-launched-by-tropical-world/

You can download the files needed from the above link.

 

Outdoor learning:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/for-families?campid=email_central_Newsletter_28012021_Sub3MemFam

There are some excellent activity ides above for all the family in the garden, outdoors and at home (scroll down to see these). A big thank you to the parent who shared this resource! 🙂

 

Daily reading:
We will now be doing daily reading (by the lovely Mrs Dale) please listen along to the story and let us know what you think! You don’t need to listen to all of each clip each day. They can be broken up and just listen when you can 🙂
Reading can be found on our website by following this link:

https://www.rooksnestacademy.co.uk/my-class/mrs-dales-story-time-northern-lights/

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

 

Verb Spotting

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Science experiment

Monday maths recap
Y4 + 5 Rounding
Extension rounding

Lit Monday activity
Lit letter Mon

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