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Suggested timetable for Friday 03/04/2020

PE @9am

Join your friends for a work out with Joe Wicks at 9am https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

Maths

Year 5 - Follow this link and complete Week 2 - Lesson 5 - Step 10 Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages

 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Log onto Hegarty for your daily task that is linked to the above lesson

 

Year 6 -  MemRi Quiz – Hegarty Maths

Geometry Measure & Statistics booklet – pg 5

(Please find the small steps and solutions below)

 

Story-time with David Walliams @11

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Every day at 11am, you can listen one of David Walliams' World's Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!

 

Reading 

Read for 20 minutes on Readtheory

Spend some time reading your favourite book.

 

Spelling

This week's spelling test will be on the following spellings: 

official special artificial partial confidential essential beneficial commercial crucial social initial potential

Complete the test on the spellingframe website. You have three attempts on the test and each score will be sent to your teacher. Good luck!

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

Life skills :

Storm in a jar

Today is all about learning something new! 

You will need

  • Washing up liquid
  • Access to water
  • Jars with lids
  • Sand

 

Talk about tornadoes

  1. What are they? Do we get them in this country? Where are most of the big ones found? How fast can they go?
  1. Give everyone a jar. Everyone should fill the jar with water until it’s around three quarters full.
  2. Add one drop of washing-up liquid to the water.
  3. Add a sprinkle of sand. Most tornadoes are transparent – they get their grey colour from the dust and mud they pick up from the ground. We’re adding the sand to be able to see ours.
  4. Everyone should tightly screw on the lid of their jar and make sure it doesn’t leak.
  5. Turn the jar upside down and shake it vigorously in a circular motion.
  6. Turn the jar back up the right way and put it down on a flat surface. Watch your storm brew, swirl, and dissipate.

Year 6 Maths Booklet - Small Steps & Solutions

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