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Home Learning

Live Lesson Schedule:

9:00 - Maths

11:00 - English

13:00 - Afternoon lesson

Log into your Teams account to join the lessons at these times. You have been assigned to either Group A or Group B, these groups will be taught by Mrs Ahmed and Mr Murray or Ms Carter and Mrs Osborne depending on which teacher is in school.

Useful websites:

Accelerated Reader - Use this link to take your quizzes

MyOn - Find a range of non-fiction and fiction books to read on here

TT rockstars - Sharpen your times tables skills everyday by logging on here. 

Please send your work to:

Group A: kestrel@missiongrove.org.uk

Group B: kinglet@missiongrove.org.uk

Friday 5th March

It's the last day of home learning today, a huge WELL DONE to everyone! You've all worked so hard :)

Maths - live at 9am

Today we will be doing time problems on LBQ. Logon to teams for the code.

Literacy - live at 11am

We will be reading chapter 8 of the book and answering comprehension questions. You can find a recording of chapter 8 on the Viking Boy tab.

PSHE - live at 1pm

Today we will be continuing our First Aid lessons, looking at bleeding. Powerpoint attached below.

Independent Activities

Take a look at the World Book Day activities at the bottom of the page.

Try a Joe Wicks workout.

Enjoy your lesson with Tock  here

Enjoy your weekend and we will see you on Monday!

Thursday 4th March

Maths - live on teams at 9am

Today we are looking at word problems, worksheet at the bottom of the page.

Literacy - live on teams at 11am

Today we will be writing the next paragraph about what Skuli does next.

Reading Comprehension - live on teams at 1pm

We will be reading chapter 7 and answering questions.

Independent Work

Choose an activity from the suntrap list at the bottom of the page.

Try the World Book Day activities at the bottom of the page.

Craft activity: Make a paper sculpture: https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/make/sculpture/make-paper-sculpture  

Wednesday 3rd March

Maths - live on teams at 9am

Today we will be having fun with reading bus and train timetables. Click on the tabs below to test your skills.

Literacy - live on teams at 11am

Today you will be focusing on Helgar; Gunnar's mother- You will be creating a profile about her. Use your words to create an image of her personality, strengths, weaknesses, thoughts and feelings. What happens to Gunnar's mum? Where does she live? What does she think of

Wednesday 3rd March

Maths - live on teams at 9am

Today we will be having fun with reading bus and train timetables. Click on the tabs below to test your skills.

Literacy - live on teams at 11am

Today you will be focusing on Helgar; Gunnar's mother- You will be creating a profile about her. Use your words to create an image of her personality, strengths, weaknesses, thoughts and feelings. What happens to Gunnar's mum? Where does she live? What does she think of

Wednesday 3rd March

Maths - live on teams at 9am

Today we will be having fun with reading bus and train timetables. Click on the tabs below to test your skills.

Literacy - live on teams at 11am

Today you will be focusing on Helgar; Gunnar's mother- You will be creating a profile about her. Use your words to create an image of her personality, strengths, weaknesses, thoughts and feelings. What happens to Gunnar's mum? Where does she live? What does she think of Gunnar running away? What does she think Skuli and the Wolf Men will do? How will she protect the homestead? 

History - live on teams at 1pm

You will be finding out about runes and their importance in Viking lives. Use the power-point below to help you create your own Viking message.

Independent task: Today is World Wildlife Day. Click on the image to find out about whales and porpoise- Complete the task too!

Tuesday 2nd March​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Maths - live on teams at 9am

Today we are looking at elapsed time. Join the live lesson to find out how to do this and then click on the maths work attached below and complete the colour assigned to your maths group. 

Green - Mrs Ahmed/Mr Garlick's maths group

Blue - Mr Murray's maths group

Red - Ms Carter's maths group

Kinglet please choose the colour you usually do in class.

 

Literacy - live on teams at 11am

Today we are exploring the different characters you will be writing about for the rest of the week and creating a character profile. Use the powerpoint to help you.

Topic - live on teams at 1pm

​​​​​​​We will be looking at Viking artefacts and learning from them. Powerpoint can be found at the bottom of the page.

Independent Activities

Reading comprehension – read chapter 6 and answer the questions.

Have a go at creating your own stop-frame animation: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/article/family-how-to-make-a-stop-frame-animation  

Try this 8 minute  workout.

World Book Day is on Thursday! Can you recreate a famous dish from a book or story you have read? Or can you create a dish inspired by a theme in one of your favourite books?  Activity at the bottom of the page.

Monday 1st March​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Maths - live on teams at 9am

This week we will be looking at time. We will start off by converting between 12hr and 24 hour clocks. Join the live lesson to find out how to do this and then click on the maths work attached below and complete the colour assigned to your maths group. 

Green - Mrs Ahmed/Mr Garlick's maths group

Blue - Mr Murray's maths group

Red - Ms Carter's maths group

Kinglet please choose the colour you usually do in class.

 

Literacy - live on teams at 11am

This week we are going to write a story about what happens to Gunnar’s home and mother after he runs into the forest. Think about the following questions:

-What does Gunnar's home look like?

-What has happened to his home?

Today you are writing the first paragraph of the story describing what the village looks like (setting description). 

 

Task: Your task is to write the first paragraph of your story, explaining what the homestead looks like after Skuli and his Wolf Men have been there.​ Use the example above to help you. Remember to use good description, similes, different sentence openers and noun phrases!

 

Science - live on teams at 1pm

For our science lesson today we will be researching two key figures; Greta Thunberg and David Attenborough. 

Our research question will be: 

What impact have Greta Thunberg and David Attenborough had on the world?​

Activity 1:

Research Attenborough and Thunberg.​

​Find out where they’re from, what they’ve done and what impact they’ve had.​

Aswell as the links use the information below to help you. 

Activity 2: 

You are going to write a report answering this question:​

What impact have Greta Thunberg and David Attenborough had on the world?​

Paragraph 1 should be about David Attenborough

Paragraph 2 should be about Greta Thunberg

Paragraph 3 will be about their impact on the world. 

Below are some sentence starters to help you in your report. 

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Independent Tasks:

MyOn

Head over to MyOn and read and complete the Viking projects set for you! 

Physical Workout

Click here and get your workout done for today. Remember its important to keep fit and healthy!
Also have a look at the March Active calender below and complete the first active task for this month! 
Climate Change
 

Want to find out more about how you can help climate change? Then click here and find out what things you can do to help. Here are more resources to explore and do at home! 

Remember to email us all the fabulous work you have been doing!