November 18, 2011
There are a few tasks for homework this week. You can choose to do some or all of them!
Firstly there is the whole-school homework for the Christmas fair. See the sheet you have been given for more information.
Secondly, you now have your script and your role for our Christmas play. Please learn your lines and the words of the songs. If your part doesn’t involve learning any lines then please make sure you practise the songs. (There is a link to the script and the songs on the class blog here.)
Thirdly, you will find attached a maths sheet. This is the work based on today’s lesson where we were finding the difference between two dates.
Finally, your spellings for this week are:
earth, heart, beard, fearsome, neighbour, search, year, hour, flour, colour
HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND
(I am on training on Monday and Tuesday and Mrs Watts is teaching you on Wednesday so I will see you on Thursday.)
November 15, 2011
We have been using 12 and 24 hour clock times to answer problems.
Here are some resources to help you tell the time.
BBC Clock Works
Bang on Time
Telling the time
Difference between times
Stop the Clock
October 20, 2011
In maths today we have been looking at 2d shapes.
Can you choose any two 2d shapes from this poster and say what they have in common? Can you identify the differences between them?
Can you do the same for 3d shapes?
October 14, 2011
Rounding numbers up and down.
This week in maths we have been working on rounding numbers up and down to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.
Each of these sheets has eight or ten questions to answer.
Homework Sheet: Rounding Numbers
Green / Amber / Red
(Red is the most challenging)
If you complete Red sheet successfully you might want to try one or all of these additional sheets which extend the numbers to include decimals:
You can find some games that practise these skills in our class section on Education City.
Also, this game has a number of different levels to work through.
October 12, 2011
I have fifteen cards numbered 1− 15.
I put down seven of them on the table in a row.
The numbers on the first two cards add to 15.
The numbers on the second and third cards add to 20.
The numbers on the third and fourth cards add to 23.
The numbers on the fourth and fifth cards add to 16.
The numbers on the fifth and sixth cards add to 18.
The numbers on the sixth and seventh cards add to 21.
What are my cards?
There are TWO solutions!
Leave your answers in a comment below this post.
September 16, 2011
We have planned some Victorian stories using a story mountain template.
We have learnt about the co-operative learning goals:
In maths we have been partitioning large numbers with five, six and seven digits.
In PE we enjoyed our first gym lesson in the new hall!