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Camrose

Primary School

 

English

Reading - Daily reading for 15 minutes, remember to fill in your reading record book. Make sure an adult signs it.

Write a book review of a book you have completed. .Click here to download a book review.

Comprehension - Using Espresso link: https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/e2_comprehension_lks2/index.html?source=subject-English-KS2-English-Resource%20types

Click on the text ‘The Butterfly Lion’ by Michael Morpurgo. ‘1.Read the text’ on screen or print off and read.

Then click ‘2.Take the quiz’ to answer questions about the text.

Challenge yourself! 3. Print further questions. Write these answers down, use the marks in brackets to help guide how long or detailed your answers need to be.

Espresso –      username: Student22919

password: Camrose8

Writing – All your writing tasks will be based around ‘The Butterfly Lion’ extract you read in your comprehension task.

1) Continue writing your version of the next chapter of the story. Remember it must be written in first person and you have just seen roaring lion in the rain after sneaking away from the boarding school. It is in front of the gate you need to go through to leave the school, if you go back to school now you will be caned. What will happen next, what will you decide to do, where will decide to go and how will you get past this lion? This continuation should be at least 1 A4 page long.

2) It is clear from the text that the narrator is unhappy at his boarding school. Using the text, write a diary entry expressing his unhappiness. Remember to include feelings and emotions about what and who makes him unhappy and why. This should be written in first person, using informal language.

3) The narrator received a letter from his mum who he is no doubt missing, making him feel ‘homesick’. Think about and imagine what his mum may have written to him (e.g. missing him, behave, he will be home in the next school holidays, she will write again etc) You must write a letter replying to his mum. This needs to be laid out as an informal letter with an address, date, Dear, an introductory paragraph and then a further 2 or 3 paragraphs before concluding the letter and signing off. It can be informal and must be in first person, giving thoughts and opinions.

SPAG: Expanded noun phrases. Click here for Expanded Noun Phrases PowerPoint Presentation 

Open PowerPoint presentation and follow tasks. First recap what an expanded noun phrase is - it gives more detail than a simple noun phrase.

Follow the PowerPoint to carry out tasks. Open Task 1 activity here  , select a sheet you think will challenge you! As you work through the presentation, you will need to open Task 2 activity sheet  here.

Handwriting: Click here for Handwriting life-cycle-of-a plant poem

Read ‘Life Cylce of a Plant’ poem (pages 1&2 of document). Look carefully at the joins, which are diagonal, which are horizontal. Now copy joins carefully to practice your handwriting on pages 3&4.

Maths

Day 1:

Two-step Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Times Table Rockstar Grid

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

Day 2:

Word Problem – Measuring length challenge cards

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

Day 3:

Time – Continue telling/reading time to the nearest minute on an analogue and digital clock. Challenge yourself and your family members (Practical/verbal activity)

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

Day 4:

Time – Time Word Problems. Also, continue converting times for fluency.

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

Day 5:

Bar Charts (Question 1 and 2)

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

Day 6:

Bar Charts (Question 3-5)

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

Day 7:

Reading Scales – Easter challenge cards

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

 

Day 8:

Word Problems – Write your own 1-2 step word problems (3-5 examples) and ask a family member to solve it. Make sure you mark itJ

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

Day 9:

Practise measuring weight and convert between grams and kilograms (see worksheet for example) – Comparing measurements

Measurement conversions

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

Day 10:

Multistep Word Problems

Times Table Rockstar Grid

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game: https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Checkb

 

 

Foundation subjects

REBuddhism

Create a Fact File about Buddhism (Its importance, traditions & the special dates related to this event).

Make an annotated Poster on Buddha and Buddhist Festivals.

 

GEOGRAPHY – Research on Our European Neighbours, than create an information sheet, include facts and annotated map/drawings.

 

Locate Europe on a world map and find out about its features.

 

Identify and locate countries in Europe, identify the capital cities and major cities of these European countries.

 

PSHE

Create a motivational poster on your well-being (positivity, resilience, not being anxious or worrying)

 

Create instructions on how to maintain good daily personal hygiene.

 

PE

Make up an indoor exercise routine for you and your family to carry out. Ensure you have warm up stretches and movements. Include challenging and fun exercises to target specific parts of the body. Finish with a cool down – why is this so important for your muscles?

 

Science & Computing

Identify potential electrical hazards in your home (this does not mean they are actually a hazard in your home) and how we can make them safe for everyone in a household, no matter what their age. Record this is a table as I have done below:

 

Potential Electrical Hazard at Home:

How could we make it safer:

Using an extension lead or adaptor plug to ‘fit’ more plugs into one socket can overload it causing a fire.

Only use the plug socket for one plug as intended. If you need to use an extension lead for length, do not ‘add’ extra plugs.

 

Using this link: http://www.switchedonkids.org.uk/electrical-safety-in-your-home

First go near the bottom of the page and click on ‘What is electricity?’ to get and understanding of electricity.

Then go on to play activity identifying electrical dangers in the home – visit the rooms and click on dangers so they are explained to you. You will be told how many dangers to find in each room!

If you want to explore a little more, click ‘Fun and learning’ at the bottom of the page. This will lead you to other games and information. Keep safe in the house!

 

Art & ComputingAndy Warhol & Pop Art

We have been learning about Andy Warhol and his love for portraits in art. You have created self-portraits which have had colour added in his ‘pop art’ style. Now you are going to create self-portraits in the form of a ‘selfie’ where the images will be altered digitally.

 Click here for Art Andy Warhol Self Portraits

Using a phone/tablet camera, pose for the camera, using four different facial expressions like Warhol did. When you have four images, ask an adult to help you to ‘upload’ them onto a computer so they can be edited. Depending on the software available you have (e.g. Photo Shop, Paint, Publisher), import or copy and paste each image into your document and explore with colours and tints, e.g. colour specific facial features such as hair, lips, ears, eyebrows, a coloured background, etc.

Once you have edited their four images, they should arrange them in a grid formation (see example on sheet) onto a single sheet of paper to print off.