Wednesday 22nd April
Good morning and HAPPY BIRTHDAY PEPPE!
Any questions feel free to email me: email@example.com
Happy home learning and don't forget to self assess your work against our success criteria.
|9 - 9.30||PE|
|9.30- 10.30||English (2020 Challenge)|
|10.30 - 11||Break|
|2-3||Art (2020 Challenge)|
L.O To write a poem based on a stimulus
SC1. I can write a poem using rhyming couplets
SC2. I can write a poem using stanzas correctly
What do I miss?
Please watch the video first. My first four stanzas are attached below for some ideas. In order to achieve your success criteria you need to make sure the end of each line rhymes in couplets. All four stanzas need to be four lines long and your poem should flow nicely when read out loud.
Poem starters to use:
"I miss walking through the door,
Of classroom four,"
"I miss - well the list never ends,
But most of all, I miss my friends."
L.O. To convert between more complicated fractions and decimals
SC1. I can use pictorial representations of any fraction to convert between fractions and decimals.
The sheet is attached below as well as the answers so you can mark your work and then self reflect against our success criteria.
Wellbeing- From Mrs Brocker
Y6 (all attached below)
Dear Year 6,
Please read the gratitude literature and answer activity 1 please.
Y5 (all attached below)
Dear year 5,
Please read about the physiological changes that happen to the body when you become angry, please can you sketch a picture of the changes.
Secondly read the notes on being a preventer or a provoker and reflect on which one you think you are and why.
You are going to need paper/sketch book, pencil and a ruler before you start. (Sorry its a GoPro video so the quality is not great.