Today we are going to learn about words that start wh. In these words the h is silent. Watch the video below then write a list of words that start with wh. Once you have your list, try writing each one three times to learn them.
English 1 - Regular past tense
Today we are recapping past tense. The lesson below is from the Oak Academy and goes through verb tense. Watch that first as an introduction.
When you have finished you can have a look at the lesson presentation below and try one of the learning tasks on a piece of lined paper. You might like to just do 5 sentences.
English 2 - Irregular verbs
Continuing our double English today, below is a lesson from Oak Academy focusing on irregular verbs. These are verbs that don't follow the rule of adding -ed to make them past tense. Watch the video below.
Now you can try one of the learning tasks below. You might just like to try 5 sentences.
We have started learning about the polar regions. Today you are going to find out about the climate in polar regions.
The video covers the poles and the equatorial regions of the world and what they are like.
Optionally, you can look at the lesson presentation below which is the lesson we are covering in class and only looks at the polar regions.
RE - Authority figures
Yesterday you started to look at words starting with wh-.
There are several question words start with wh-.
Write a question using each of the words. Remember to finish each with a question mark. You write a question mark like this: ?
Yesterday you looked at using past tense correctly. In the first part of English today, you will be writing the start of Brave and the Fox and correcting mistakes with the verbs. Look through the lesson presentation below then try to complete one of the tasks onto a piece of paper.
In the second part of today's lesson, you are going to try to use past tense and improve the part of the story when Brave has to jump over the ice to safety. Look through the lesson below then try to write 5 sentences about Brave escaping from the breaking ice. Make it dramatic and think about what could go wrong. Could she nearly slip into the water? Could the ice move? Could she lose her balance? Could she fall over? Also think about how she would be feeling. Was her heart racing? Was she terrified of falling in the freezing water?
You can use some ideas from the helper sheet to start your sentences. Remember you don't need to use all of them - just pick the ones you think are best.
This task has been also set on Teams so you can submit your work for feedback.
Science - Characteristics of living things
Last week in Science you found out about how we know things are alive. Use the video below to recap the 7 life processes.
Today you are going to be learning about words with the /f/ sound make by ph. In words like phonics, the ph makes a f sound so it sounds like fonics when you say it. Watch the video below then try the activity sheet. You can complete it on a piece of paper or print it and complete it on the sheet.
Maths 1 - Doubles
Today you are going to learn about doubles. When you double a number it is the same at multiplying by 2.
Double 1 is 2
Double 2 is 4
Double 3 is 6
Double 4 is 8
and so on.
Watch the video below. The worksheets for the lesson are available below if you have access to a printer or write down your answers on a piece of paper.
When you have watched the video, you can try to complete some of the questions below. There is a mild, spicy or hot option.
Maths 2 - Multiplication sentences from pictures
We use the x symbol to represent multiplication calculations.
We can write 3 x 2 to represent 3 lots of 2 or 3 multiplied by 2.
Watch the video below then try the worksheet. You can complete this on a piece of paper if you do not have a printer.
Science - Living, no longer alive and never alive.
In the last Science lesson, you found out about the 7 life processes. Watch the BBC video below to recap the processes and about how things can be alive, never alive or no longer alive.
When you are happy you know the differences between things that are living, were never alive and are no longer alive, can you think of things that fit into each category?
Alive - birds, trees,
Never alive - cup, stones, window
No longer alive - paper (made from trees), wooden desk (made from a tree) or salad in the fridge.
You can use the table below or draw your answers on a piece of paper.
PE - Gymnastics
It's a bit difficult to do gymnastics at home, but this lesson can be done in a space. Make sure the area is clear.
Ask a parent to check before you start.
This week you have looked at words with wh and ph. Both have a silent h.
Below is a list of words with wh and ph in a colour. You have a choice of task to complete.
1) Try to write out the words carefully, using a colour for wh and ph. You might like to choose 5 of each spelling pattern.
2) Try to learn to spell some of the words. Remember all the strategies you have been learning at school such as writing in a pyramid or flower.
3) Try to write 8 sentences using 4 wh and 4 ph words. Or try to write sentences with both a wh and ph word in This is a bit of a challenge!
Maths - Making arrays
We can use an array to show a multiplication fact.
Watch the video below to learn about how to use arrays. The worksheet that goes with the video is available below.
Once you are happy with arrays, you can try to draw some arrays of your own. Choose mild, spicy or hot from the worksheet below and draw the arrays on a separate piece of paper.
This task has been set on Teams so you can submit your work for feedback. The best way to do this is to take a picture. Optionally, upload it via the link on the Remote Learning page.
Finally for this Maths lesson, you can challenge yourself to complete the reasoning questions below.
Reading - Big Bear Little Brother
Over the next two days, you are going to be looking at the story Big Bear, Little Brother. Today you are going to look at the vocabulary and read the story.
You can then complete the learning task below. Write the sentences using capital letters, full stops and using the vocabulary. Remember that names also need a capital letter.
Music - Finding the pulse
This lesson from the Oak Academy is all about finding the pulse in a song. A pulse is a steady beat.
PE - Physical activity
Team games is a bit of a difficult lesson to do at home, so here are some activities from the BBC you can complete at home to help keep fit. There are two videos on the page below.
Today would normally be your spelling test.
When you think you are ready, see if an adult can test you with your spellings.
Guided Reading - Inference skills
Yesterday you listened to the story of Big Bear, Little Brother. Today you are going to be looking at the skill of inference.
You might like to listen to the story again so you are familiar with it. Click here to listen to the story (or read along).
The lesson presentation below looks at the skill of inference. Remember that Iggy Inference helps you to look for clues to answer a question. When you have finished, try the learning task and write how the characters are feeling at different points in the story. Try to give detail - don't just use one word. Think about what has happened and give a reason for how they are feeling being 'because'.
Maths - Recap of addition and subtraction
Today we are going to flashback to previous learning about addition and subtraction of 2-digit number. This was a topic we covered before Christmas so it is a chance to see what you have remembered.
The lesson below from the Oak Academy recaps addition and subtraction without exchanging.
Art - Creating a picture with warm and cool colours
Last week in Art, you learned about warm and cool colours. You will need some coloured pens or pencils for this activity.
The lesson presentation below goes through this learning again and shows you some examples of art which uses a contrast of warm and cool colours.
You might like to try to copy one of the examples from the presentation yourself. There are a couple of sheets below that you could use to help get started.
You can also watch the video below and draw along with the teacher.
Drama - dramatic story telling
This lesson is a bit different. Below is a lesson from the Oak Academy that focuses on some simple drama techniques. Have a go a joining in to develop your mime skills.