Thank you to those of you who have sent in some work! It's been great to see and hear about what you're doing. I have created a section where we will display your work when you send anything to us. It will be a place where you can go and look at your own work on display, while also enjoy others work from Oak Class.
We will post more new learning ideas and resources ready for next week, but as the weekend is coming up tomorrow, make sure you take time to relax and enjoy your family time.
Thank you all, including parents, for all of your hard work so far.
You're doing brilliantly!
Friday's Learning tasks:
1. Start your day with an Active Start there are some great links in the 'Resources and Weblinks' section on our main class page. One of the links is Joe Wicks - who will be doing a live PE session for children at 9.00am everyday on You Tube.
2. Finish any activities that were sent home with you (Easter booklet and maths sheets).
3. Read your book for 20 minutes.
4. Complete a maths quiz on diagnostic questions.
5. Maths: Statistics – we have been looking at different ways of presenting data. Let’s move onto line graphs now. Below you will find a document to revise line graphs; you can also use Google to research any further information. You then have three documents you can complete. ‘Line graph 1’, ‘Line graph 2’ and ‘Line graph 3’. Answers will be uploaded next week for you to self-mark.
6. Complete the word of the day activities - see below.
7. Continue researching ideas for a creative project on either Vikings or the Anglo-Saxons - more details to follow!
8. Visit Active learn website and select a maths and a SPAG activity to complete.
9. SCIENCE EXPERIMENT! You can do this over two days.
Thursday: Watch the YouTube clip (see this in the ‘Resources’ section) and carry out your own investigation into how liquids behave. In the clip they ask you to print off an ice cube tray template; you will not need to do this, just draw your own.
Friday: Once you have completed your experiment, talk about what you have observed with your friends over the phone, or on video call! Discuss why you think they behaved in this way.
Word of the day
- What is the definition of simultaneously?
- Write a complex sentence using the word as a fronted adverbial.
- Synonyms – (words that have a similar meaning)
- Antonyms (words that have the opposite meaning)
- Using the letters in the word ‘Simultaneously’ – how many different words can you make?
- Give yourself 1 point for 3 letter words, 2 points for 4 letter words and 3 points for 5 letter words or more. How many points can you score?
- Learn how to spell the word. See if you can use it in a sentence when speaking to someone today.
You will need a dictionary and a thesaurus for these activities, if you don’t have these use an online dictionary or thesaurus.