PE with Joe Wicks
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's groups
1. Read a poem
• Read Winter.
• Write on the text to show the parts of the poem that you particularly like, any patterns that you can see and any questions or puzzles that you find.
2. Practise Adverbials
• Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about adverbials.
• Practise using adverbials by writing sentences with a fronted adverbial that could go with the months of the year.
• Write your sentences on Month Poem Idea. Challenge yourself to write at least 6 sentences. Adverbial Ideas and Preposition Examples might be helpful.
3. Choose a favourite poem
• Pick your favourite month or the month of your birthday. Can you find a poem that would match this month well? You could use one of the poems we have read, or you could search online. Start with this website: https://childrens.poetryarchive.org/
• When you have found your poem, write all of it or some of it out very carefully.
Try the Fun-Time Extra
• Can you illustrate your favourite poem?
• Can you record yourself reading it and send the recording to someone else?
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
- Read King Midas and Donkey Ears - Cloze. What do you think are the missing words? Make a note and then look at the story below.
Are any of your words better than the original version?
- Remind yourself about Direct Speech. Watch the PowerPoint (linked below) and listen to the teaching about punctuating direct speech.
Or use the Revision Card to remind yourself.
- Read the speech bubbles on King Midas and his barber.
- Write these speech bubbles as properly punctuated direct speech. Use the Revision Card to remind you how.
Show your sentences to a grown-up. Ask them to check that you have hugged the speech with speech-marks and used commas to separate clauses
(unless the speech ended with an exclamation mark or question mark).
Nasima, Louise and Jasminara's groups
Click on the link below and watch carefully to the explanation. Remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you need to and pause to also have thinking time, like we do in class.
Once you feel confident, practise on the BBC website by clicking on the link below.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
Today's video will be teaching about unit and non-unit fractions - remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time.
Watch it more than once if you would like. Complete the activities in the link below. Once you have finished, ask an adult to go through the answers with you.
If you finish all of the activities, log in to purple mash and have a go at the game 'Fractonio's pizzeria'.
Today we would like you to revise conditionals. Can you remember what they are?
Programs can use ‘if’ statements to make decisions.
Start on level 1 of Minecraft and see if you can complete all of the levels. Remember to watch the short tutorial at the beginning, which will remind you of how you can complete the levels!