Home Learning – Tuesday 22nd June
Good morning Elder Class, below you will find your timetable for this week and the work that you need to complete. I am looking forward to seeing you at 9:30 am on zoom. Please bring with you a piece of paper and a pencil, I will be asking you to write things down during our zoom meeting.
Home learning timetable Elder – Here is your home learning timetable, use this as a checklist to mark things off as you have done them.
For today’s reading you have got a Stone Age comprehension. You must write your answers in full sentences using evidence from the text to support your point. You will find the questions attached to the bottom of the text.
In English, we have been focusing on adverts. I would like you to watch the Cadbury’s advert below. Once you have watched the advert, you are to then write up a narrative for it, including inverted commas where there is dialogue.
You must remember
- your inverted commas around what is being said
- a comma before or after the reported clause
- any extra punctuation must go inside the inverted commas
- use synonyms for said
Below I have attached 10 arithmetic questions, you are to complete these today either on the sheet or a piece of paper if you cannot print it off. We will go through the answers in tomorrow morning’s zoom session.
Like we have done previously with our maths, you are to watch the video that I have linked below, then answer the questions from the maths sheet. You can either answer it on the sheet or answer them on a piece of paper.
https://vimeo.com/543597784 – video link
Telling the time to 5 minutes – worksheet
Zoom meeting 2pm- today we have a special guest that will be speaking to us at our zoom call. I will look forward to seeing you all then.
In P.E. we have started our new topic of athletics. I would like you to look at the PowerPoint explaining the history of some of the athletes and the sport. Then in your gardens I would like you to practice your sprinting and time it. See if you can get faster from the tips given to you on the PowerPoint.
P.E. – PowerPoint