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  1. Curriculum
  2. Class 3
  3. Home Learning Summer Term 2 - 2021
  4. Week Commencing 14 June 2021

Week Commencing 14 June 2021

Computing - Friday 18th June

Today you will be learning about onion skinning in animation. 

Can you remember from last week how simple it is to add to an image once you have copied it from frame to frame? The original example (the face) was being added to but the face itself didn't move. It is possible to make the whole object animate, e.g. a ball moving through the air. Animating an object to make it look as though it is moving in a direction can be done by using the Onion Skin tool. 

Now, using Purple Mash, have a go at creating an animation of your own, using the Onion Skin tool to make the whole object move. 

Maths - Friday 18th June

Year 4 - Today you will be dividing 2-digit numbers with a remainder. Start by watching this video from White Rose Maths. Stop when the teacher moves onto the independent task as you have your Maths No Problem worksheet to complete instead. 

Year 4 Maths Lesson 14

Year 5 - Today you will be using your knowledge of fractions to solve problems. 

Year 5 Mind Workout

Year 6 - Today you will be solving problems involving the 4 operations.

Year 6 Maths Lesson 2

English - Friday 18th June

Today you will be using the perfect verb form. Start by watching this video from Oxford Owl. 

Do you know what is meant by the perfect form of verbs. Have a look at these examples from 'The Leopard Hunter'. Most examples in this story are in the past tense, but there are some in the present tense. Some examples are combined with a progressive or continuous verb form. 

Your task is to write a paragraph about one on of the 'Just William' stories using the perfect verb form. 

Assembly - Thursday 17th June

Today's assembly is called 'Father's Day'. 

What do you already know about Father's Day? Do you have plans for this Father's Day? Read the slides to find out why Father's Day is celebrated. 

Maths - Thursday 17th June

Year 4 - Today you will be dividing 2-digit numbers with a remainder. Start by watching this video from White Rose Maths. Stop when the teacher moves onto the independent task as you have your Maths No Problem worksheet to complete instead. 

Year 4 Maths Lesson 14

Year 5 - Today you will be multiplying mixed numbers by whole numbers in multi-step word problems. Start by watching this video from Classroom Secrets.

Year 5 Maths Lesson 18

Year 6 - Today you will be solving problems involving the 4 operations. Start by watching this video from BBC Bitesize. 

Year 6 Maths Lesson 1

English - Thursday 17th June

Today you will be using the perfect verb form. Start by watching this video from Oxford Owl. 

Do you know what is meant by the perfect form of verbs. Have a look at these examples from 'The Leopard Hunter'. Most examples in this story are in the past tense, but there are some in the present tense. Some examples are combined with a progressive or continuous verb form. 

Your task is to write a paragraph about one on of the 'Just William' stories using the perfect verb form. 

Reading - Thursday 17th June

Year 4 - The Goose who laid the Golden Eggs - Highlight the characters, action and places in different colours in the text as this will help you to answer the questions. Then answer the questions in full, before writing your own 'who', 'what' and 'where' questions.

Year 5 - The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler - Read the play. Once you have done this, skim and scan the play for the key question words in italics. These words are there in the text and will help you to answer the questions

Year 6 - The Adventures of Robin Hood - Read the graphic story. Now complete the sheet, skimming and scanning the story to find the answers to the questions. 

Science - Wednesday 16th June

Year 4 - Today you will be investigating uses for magnets. 

Can you remember which materials are magnetic? How many uses for magnets can you think of? Read the information on the slides to find out more. 

Choose from the following real life uses of magnets: trains, recycling, electromagnetism. Your task is to research your chosen use using books and/or the internet. You can record your findings in any way that you choose. For example, an information booklet, a PowerPoint presentation, a poster, a mind map or any other way you feel appropriate. 

Year 5 and 6 - Today you will be explaining the effects of air resistance. Start by watching this video from Oak Academy.

Have you ever walked outside on a really windy day? What did it feel like? How easy was it to walk? Read the slides to find out what air resistance is and look at the different examples that are shown. 

Year 5 - Your task is to plan and carry out an experiment to see if the size of a parachute affects how long it takes to fall. Complete the plan on Worksheet 3A and carry out the experiment by following the instructions on the Plastic Bag Parachute sheet

Year 6 - Your task is to plan and carry out an experiment to see if the size of a parachute affects how long it takes to fall. Complete the plan on Worksheet 3B and then carry out the experiment.

Maths - Wednesday 16th June

Year 4 - Today you will be dividing 2-digit numbers with a remainder. Start by watching this video from White Rose Maths. Stop when the teacher moves onto the independent task as you have your Maths No Problem worksheet to complete instead. 

Year 4 Maths Lesson 14

Year 5 - Today you will be multiplying mixed numbers by whole numbers, creating larger mixed numbers. 

Year 5 Maths Lesson 17

Year 6 - Today you will be solving problems involving the 4 operations. Start by watching this video from BBC Bitesize. 

Year 6 Maths Lesson 1

Assembly - Wednesday 16th June

Today's assembly is 'Picture News'.

The world number two female tennis player, Naomi Osaka, has withdrawn from the French Open tennis tournament after the controversy over her refusal to speak to the media at the tournament. She announced her decision in a recent Twitter post. The 23-year-old Japanese player said last week she would not do news conferences at the event to protect her mental health. 

Things to talk about at home...

  • Are there any sports stars who you admire and enjoy watching?
  • Do you watch any sports on television or online? If so, which do you enjoy? 
  • Have you seen any interviews with sports stars after the match or competition has ended? 
  • Do you think interviews after the sports has finished are important? Why? 

Religious Education - Tuesday 15th June

Today you will be considering what is written in the Bible about the foundation of the Christian church. Start by watching this video from Oak Academy.

What is a church? This may sound obvious, but the word itself has more than one meaning. Is it a building, is it people, or both? Read today's presentation to find out more. 

Year 4 - Read the quotes on the 'Acts Excerpts Cards' and then answer the questions on Worksheet 1A

Year 5 - Read the quotes on the 'Acts Excerpts Cards' and then complete Worksheet 1C.

Year 6 - The apostles were prepared to die for their beliefs. What would you be prepared to die for? What might other people be prepared to die for? Record your thoughts. 

English - Tuesday 15th June

Today you will be finding formal language in dialogue. 

Have a look at the text from the start of 'The Leopard Hunter' by Richmal Crompton. Listen to the start of the Martin Jarvis version again. Are there differences between the two versions? Why do you think that sections were cut out of the oral version? Look in particular at the dialogue. When William speaks the language becomes more informal - he doesn't pronounce his words carefully and uses wrong tenses, etc. The gardener has a rural dialect, whereas Mr Faulkner and Mr Brown use more formal language. 

Look at the informal language used in the dialogue, particularly by William and the Outlaws. Your task is to change these sentences into more formal language - avoid contractions and slang. 

Reading - Tuesday 15th June

Year 4 - Today you will be gathering 'who', 'what' and 'where' information correctly to ask and answer literal questions from text and pictures. 

Texts and pictures contain 'who', 'what' and 'where' information. For example: The dog ran off from the butcher's shop. Who - dog; What - ran off; Where - from the butcher's shop. Read 'The Dog and The Bone'. Highlight the 'who', 'what' and 'where' key words in different colours. Then put the 'who', 'what' and 'where' information in the appropriate columns on the sheet. Finally, write your own questions and answers from the information that you have gathered from the text. 

Year 5 - Today you will be finding information that will help you to answer 'who', 'what' and 'where' literal questions quickly and accurately. 

Read 'A Mad Tea Party Play'. Using the list of words below the play script, quickly find and underline each word in the text. Skim left to right and scan up and down to find the words. Say the word that you are looking for in your head, look for the initial letter and remember the shape and length of the word. Then answer the literal questions at the bottom of the page, using the words you have underlined and the question words in bold to guide your answers. 

Year 6 - Today you will be finding information that will help you to answer 'who', 'what', 'when' and 'where' literal questions quickly and accurately. 

Read 'Romeo and Juliet'. Using the list of words on the sheet, quickly skim and scan the speech bubbles and illustrations to find the same words. You need to skim left to right and scan up and down to find them. Say the word you are looking for in your head, look for the initial letter and remember the shape and length of the word. Find and underline the words. Now skim and scan the text and pictures to answer the literal questions on the bottom of the page, using the words you have underlined and the questions words in bold to guide your answers. 

Assembly - Monday 14th June

Today's assembly is called 'Exercise'. Start by watching this video from BBC Bitesize. 

How much exercise do you do each week? Why do you think adults say that exercise is good for you? Here are some ideas:

  • Exercise makes your heart beat faster and keeps it healthy.
  • It helps your breathing and keeps your lungs healthy.
  • It builds up your muscles and makes you stronger.
  • It helps to control your weight by using up the energy you get from food, which otherwise is stored as fat.
  • It keeps you fit and relaxed. 

Health experts consider that children should exercise for 60 minutes each day. 

Thoughts for the day: 

  • Make exercise part of your routine, like brushing your teeth or taking a shower. Don't think about doing it. Just do it!
  • Don't make excuses not to exercise such as 'I'm too tired', 'It's too cold', 'I haven't got the time' or 'I'll do it tomorrow'. It's about making the time and doing it regularly every day. 

Maths - Monday 14th June

Year 4 - Today you will be dividing 3-digit numbers.

Year 4 Maths Lesson 13

Year 5 - Today you will be multiplying fractions by whole numbers where the product is an improper fraction or mixed number.

Year 5 Maths Lesson 16

Year 6 - Today you will be solving problems involving the 4 operations. Start by watching this video from BBC Bitesize. 

Year 6 Maths Lesson 1