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  1. Curriculum
  2. Class 3
  3. Home Learning Summer Term 2 - 2021
  4. Week Commencing 21 June 2021

Week Commencing 21 June 2021

Computing - Friday 25th June

Today you will be using some ideas from existing 'stop motion' films to recreate your own animation. Start by watching this video

Do you know how Wallace and Gromit animations were created? Think about the differences between creating animations by using pictures and objects. Animation created using cameras to shoot small changes one frame at a time is called 'stop motion' animation. The Wallace and Gromit cartoons are a great example of this type of animation. Your task is to create your own 'Cracking Contraptions' animation in 2Animate on Purple Mash. 

Maths - Friday 25th June

Year 4 - Today you will be practising the 7 times table.

7 Times Table

Year 5 and 6 - Today you will be solving a maths problem. 

The Mystery of the Halloween Prankster

English - Friday 25th June

Today you will be looking at the subjunctive form of verbs.

Listen to Track 1 of 'The Sweet Little Girl in White' read by Martin Jarvis. Can you name the new main character? Violet Elizabeth. Can you describe her? What do you think is going to happen in the story? Listen to Track 2 and again predict what might happen next. 

Now we are going to think about 'subjunctive'. Read the poem 'If All the World were Paper' which is written in the subjunctive. The subjunctive is used to express non-factual situations, such as wishes and conditions. The subjunctive form is not very common in English and is often used in more formal contexts. It can sound old-fashioned too, which fits in with the 'Just William' stories. 

In each of these sentences, underline the subjunctive form. Then complete the subjunctive sentence: If I were William I would... or If I were Violet Elizabeth I would... to predict what you think will happen next in the story. 

Listen to Track 3 and to the end of the story. Were you correct or close in your predictions? 

Maths - Thursday 24th June

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

Year 4 Maths Lesson 16

Year 5 - Today you will be reading and writing decimals. Start by watching this video from BBC Bitesize. 

Year 5 Maths Lesson 2

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

Year 6 Maths Lesson 3

English - Thursday 24th June

Today you will be looking at the subjunctive form of verbs.

Listen to Track 1 of 'The Sweet Little Girl in White' read by Martin Jarvis. Can you name the new main character? Violet Elizabeth. Can you describe her? What do you think is going to happen in the story? Listen to Track 2 and again predict what might happen next. 

Now we are going to think about 'subjunctive'. Read the poem 'If All the World were Paper' which is written in the subjunctive. The subjunctive is used to express non-factual situations, such as wishes and conditions. The subjunctive form is not very common in English and is often used in more formal contexts. It can sound old-fashioned too, which fits in with the 'Just William' stories. 

In each of these sentences, underline the subjunctive form. Then complete the subjunctive sentence: If I were William I would... or If I were Violet Elizabeth I would... to predict what you think will happen next in the story. 

Listen to Track 3 and to the end of the story. Were you correct or close in your predictions? 

Reading - Thursday 24th June

Year 4 - African Story - Read the text and questions carefully before writing your answers. You will also need to write and answer your own questions. 

Year 5 - Pirate Diary - Read the text, answer the prediction questions and then write and answer your own questions.

Year 6 - Birth of an Island - Read the text, answer the prediction questions and then write and answer your own questions. 

PSHCE - Wednesday 23rd June

Today you will be thinking about 'moving on up'. 

Take some time to complete the 'Transition to a New Year Group Passport'. 

Design Technology - Wednesday 23rd June

Today you will be finding out about zentangles.

What is a zentangle? It is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Read the slides to find out more. 

Design 3 zentangle patterns of your own. Choose which animal bookmark you want to decorate. Fill the bookmark with zentangle patterns including the ones you have designed. Draw with black pen or crayon. Use a ruler to create different sections if you want. No planning in pencil, just draw! 

Assembly - Wednesday 23rd June

Today's assembly is 'Picture News'. 

Electric scooters, also known as e-scooters, are now available to rent in selected areas of London as part of a one-year scheme to measure their feasibility. As part of the trial, conducted by TFL (Transport for London) and London councils, the scooters are banned on pavements and limited to 15.5mph. Privately owned e-scooters remain illegal on most roads and cycle lanes due to a law dating back to the 1800s. 

Things to talk about at home...

  • Have you seen an e-scooter before? Where was it used?
  • Do you think that e-scooters are safe to use on our roads?
  • What is the transport like where you live?

PSHCE - Wednesday 23rd June

Today you be thinking about 'moving on up'. 

Read the scenario cards and talk about them with somebody at home. Then choose one of the scenarios and create an action plan for it. 

PSHCE - Tuesday 22nd June

Today you will be thinking about your family.

Every family is different but every family is special. There are lots of things that make families fantastic! Think of four things that your family like to do together, that families do for one another or that are unique to your family. Using the sheet, draw a picture in each box and write a caption to go with it. 

PSHCE - Tuesday 22nd June

Today you will be describing different relationships, different families and different family members.

What are loving relationships like? What kinds of family are there?

Think about the relationships in your family. What relationships do you have at school? Are there different ways to love someone? As we go through life, we have many different types of relationship with many different people:

  • We have different relationships with different family members.
  • We have different relationships with different friends.
  • Some people, when they get older, have romantic relationships with others and might choose to be part of a couple. 

Read the slides to find out more. 

Most of us think that all families are like our own family, as that's all we really know. Your job today is to design a poster to show people that there are lots of different families but that they all have one thing in common - love! 

 

Reading - Monday 21st June

Today you will be predicting the flow of events in a story. Some actions have outcomes that can be anticipated. For example if you fall asleep on a bus you will probably miss your stop. Tell somebody at home about things that have happened to you because of your actions or the actions of others. For example if your mum loses the house key you will both be locked out.

Year 4 - One thing leads to another - Flowchart 1 demonstrates how one thing can lead to another. Look at Flowchart 2. The first two boxes give you the story beginning. Your task is to complete the remainder of the boxes based on experience and knowledge. Finally, explain the final outcome. 

Year 5 - This happened because of that - Think about 'cause and effect'. The effect is 'what' happens and 'why it happens' is the cause. When both are linked together by the word 'because', a reason is given for the prediction. For example, I had extra chores to do because I didn't tidy up when Mum asked me to. Read the jumbled pair of phrases given. They are split into two parts on the page under the headings 'effect' and 'cause'. Re-organise these statements into sensible sentences that explain why something has happened using the conjunction 'because'. Then complete the activities that follow on the page. Finally, predict the final outcome for each 'effect and cause' sentence that you have written. 

Year 6 - A Working Water Mill - Think about 'cause and effect'. The effect is 'what' happens and 'why it happens' is the cause. When both are linked together by the word 'because', a reason is given for the prediction. For example: I can't buy anything today because I spent all my money yesterday. Read the passage about the water mill and then read the jumbled pairs of phrases given about this information. The phrases are split into two parts in the page under headings 'effect' and 'cause'. Re-organise these statements into sensible sentences that explain why something has happened, using the conjunction 'because' to link them meaningfully. Then practise this further by completing the sentences at the bottom of the sheet. 

Assembly - Monday 21st June

Today's assembly is called 'Happiness'. The aim is to think about what happiness is and what makes us feel happy. Start by watching this video from the BBC. 

What is happiness? Write a sentence that begins 'Happiness is...' 

Are some reasons for feeling happy more important than others? For example, you may be happy when the football team that you support wins, or when you score a goal. Compare these feelings with feeling happy because someone you know has had a successful serious operations. 

Read this poem: 

Some Days

Some days

A stream of light

Fills my mind.

Everything's bright

And the world

Seems at ease,

Bubbling with promise,

As if someone

Has thrown open the shutters

Letting the sunlight pour in.

And I feel happy.

How happy we feel can depend on lots of things, such as how well we feel, how tired we are, how hungry we are. 

Thank about what you can do to make other people feel happy. For example, by greeting them with a smile, by telling a joke and making them laugh, by sharing something with them, by offering a helping hand. 

Maths - Monday 21st June 

Year 4 - Today you will be dividing 3-digit numbers with renaming. Start by watching this video on YouTube. 

Year 4 Maths Lesson 15

Year 5 - Today you will be writing decimal numbers. Start by watching this video on YouTube. 

Year 5 Maths Lesson 1

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

Year 6 Maths Lesson 2