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Four Elms Primary School

Four Elms Primary School

Friday 12th June

Time

Learning

9:00-9:30

Exercise-Please do the live online Joe Wicks workout (on you-tube) or an exercise of your choice.

9:30-10:00

Maths

Measurement – Area - Lesson 2

LO: To be able to find the area of a rectangle/square on a diagram

SC1. I can consider a strategy for calculating the area of a shape on a diagram.

SC2. I can solve simple area problems using a given strategy.

SC3. I can create my own area problems.

Yesterday, we looked at finding the area of a shape and we used grids on a diagram to help us solve the area problems. Today, we are taking the grids away and you will need to find the area of given rectangles/squares on a diagram. To achieve this we will teach you a strategy for calculating the area of a rectangle or square.

To help you with your learning I have put together a PowerPoint and a video.

 

 

Challenge Question

There is a challenge question at the end of today’s PowerPoint and some resources attached at the bottom of the class page.

 

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Mental Maths Challenge

Each day this week I would like you to challenge yourself to a mental maths test.   If you login to the Topmarks website you will find the Daily 10. You can choose the mental maths task of your choice but you must try the same tasks each day. Your aim is get quicker and get as many questions right as possible. You will find instructions on the website:

Daily 10

Please note that you won't need Flash Player for this game.

10:00-10:30

Break time/snack time

10:30- 12:00

English – ‘The House with the Chicken Legs’ 

L.O. I can define and explain what a proverb is.  

Success Criteria:  

  1. I can confidently use ideas, key words and phrases from the text.  

  1. I can interpret what a proverb means.  

  1. I can create my own proverb. 

 

Baba Yaga often quotes proverbs when she talks to Marinka. (Proverbs are short sayings that contain traditional wisdom or advice.) 

Here are a few of Baba’s proverbs- what do each of them mean to you? 

 

  • It’s not how long a life, but how sweet a life that counts. 

  • Beware the goat from the front, the horse from the rear and the living from all sides. 

  • The morning is wiser than the evening. 

  • The nightingale that sings finds a song. 

 

Key Question: What other proverbs have you heard, and what do they mean to you?  

 

Share, discuss, make notes and research further! 

TASK 

Spend a bit of time researching proverbs and make a bullet pointed list of the ones that you like, with their meanings. 

Here are some to get you started: 

 

  • The only way to be a friend is to have one. 

  • Actions speak louder than words. 

  • A bad workman blames his tools. 

 

Challenge: Can you make a proverb of your own? 

If you have time, you can try and make up some of your own. A tip to help you with this would be to think of an important message first and think of a clever way you could say this. 

12:00-1:00

Lunch

1:00-2:00

Challenge 9

LO: To play a game

SC1. I can explain how to play my game to a peer.

SC2. I can play a game with my peers.

SC3. I can reflect upon the success of my game.

Play you game with your family:

Today, I want you to choose a member of your family and play your game with them. You will need to teach them the rules and most importantly you will need to have fun.

Please send pictures of either your game or if you are allowed on the website I would like some images of you playing your modern version of a historical game.

2:00-2:45

Well-being. Please do an activity of your choice, for example: learning the new school song on the website under music, read, draw, take a walk, play a game.

   

2:45-3:00

Break

3:00-3:15

Story time

Listen to and enjoy the story.

 

 

 

 

 

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