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Friday, 17th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

 

I hope that you are all well. What a year it has been! Despite the fact that our time together in school was cut short, I have really enjoyed hearing from you daily and seeing all of the wonderful work you have produced.  I hope that you are looking forward to one more exciting day of home learning. 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

For something different: some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

queue

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Internet Safety Song/Rap

 

Watch this Year 5 class performing a rap about staying safe on the Internet https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=82&v=wtiAAyTJXig&feature=emb_logo

 

Watch the CBBC Newsround group sharing some useful tips on staying safe online

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHW6O3Mf0qE&feature=emb_logo

 

Can you write a song or a rap with an Internet safety theme? 

 

Share your lyrics with me on Showbie or via email. You could even record yourself performing it! I look forward to seeing what you produce!

 

Extras

 

Internet and Phone Safety Multiple Choice Quiz

Test your knowledge using this multiple-choice quiz. How many can you get right?

 

Create your own quiz to test a friend’s Internet Safety knowledge?

 

Internet Safety Wordsearch

Complete the attached Internet Safety wordsearch. Can you find all of the words?

 

Internet Safety Crossword

Fill in the gaps in the sentences to help you to complete the attached Internet Safety crossword.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Pirate Themed Code Breakers

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zgmcf82

 

  1. Use the code breaker to reveal the pirate-themed words.
  2. Find the words you reveal in the word search.
  3. Self-mark your answers (attached).

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: 

Logic, Decomposition and Preserving: Code Breakers

 

In this activity, you will become code breakers by solving a series of codes related to the first verse of a poem by Roald Dahl.

 

1) Look at the Code Breaking activity worksheet. This is the only information that you have so you will have to try to decipher the code as best you can. 

 

Hint: numbers represent letters of the alphabet. 

 

2) Once you crack the jumbled up code, you will need to reorder it. You will have to use your knowledge of rhyme to decipher the first verse of a poem by Roald Dahl.

 

More ideas to try:

1) Can you challenge yourself to punctuate the poem verse?

 

2) Can you create your own code using your favourite poem or lyrics of a pop song or maybe a coded message? Can you get a family member to decrypt your message?

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

 

Have a good day and a lovely, restful and safe summer holiday!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

Thursday, 16th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today. 

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

pronunciation

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

E-Safety Board Game

Using the attached template, create your own E-Safety board game.

 

Safe / Unsafe Cards

As players move around the board, they might land on a 'Safe' or an 'Unsafe' square. At this point, they should pick up the relevant card and read the information on the back, following the instructions given. 

 

When making your game, add appropriate information to the back of each card. 

 

For 'Safe' cards, your might write "You asked an adult before using the Internet. Move forward two spaces" or "You use a safe search engine for children to find information online. Go forward three spaces".

 

For 'Unsafe' cards, you might write "You were unkind to a friend online. Go back three spaces" or "You gave away some personal information in an online form. Go back four spaces".

 

 

You might wish to add extra rules, such as 'If you roll a 6, you get an extra turn' or 'If your counter lands on the same space as another player, go back three spaces'.

 

 

Have fun playing your game with your family! Who will reach the centre of the board first?

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Code Breakers

  1. Complete the summer holiday themed code breakers (attached).
  2. Self mark your answers (attached).

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon:

 

Algorithms, Logic and Debugging: 2D Shape Drawing

 

In this activity, you will follow an algorithm to draw pictures constructed from 2D shapes. The algorithms (instructions) you follow will include errors (mistakes) and you will use logical reasoning to detect and correct these.

 

1) Look at the algorithm on the left of the 2D Shape Drawing worksheet. This algorithm is made up of a sequence of instructions to create a picture of a house. On the right is how you would like the house to look. However, you suspect there might be some mistakes in the algorithm. Your task is to use logical reasoning to work through this algorithm to detect and correct any errors – to debug it.

 

2) To help detect and correct any errors, draw out each step of the algorithm. Read each step of the algorithm and draw it on a separate piece of paper.

3) Read the algorithm from the 2D shape Drawing Worksheet and follow the steps.

 

4) After drawing each step, check that what you have drawn from the algorithm matches the picture. If it does then move on to the next step; if it does not then debug the algorithm.

 

More ideas to try:

 

1) Can you create a simple drawing made from 2D shapes and then write the algorithm for this drawing? Purposefully include three mistakes in your algorithm for a member of your family to debug.

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Wednesday, 15th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

programme

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Internet Safety Rules

Amazing Fact 

When 400 scientists, engineers, and academics were asked what was the greatest invention ever, there were three popular answers – the wheel, the printing press and the World Wide Web (the Internet). The overall winner was the World Wide Web. 

 

We have to make sure we stay safe and sensible when we are online. 

 

Use the attached sheet to write down five rules for staying safe online.

 Use these rules to create a poster to encourage people to stay safe when using the Internet.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Place Value

  1. Complete the Place Value Code Breakers.
  2. Self-mark your answers (attached).

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon:

HELLO MUSIC MAESTROS! Welcome the final week of MUSIC this term.

 

Listening – Keep Britain Tidy

 

Back in the 1970’s – 1980’s there was a government campaign to Keep Britain Tidy! This was our slogan back then. Click on the link below and watch this old advert from the 1970’s.  Listen to the powerful message the song is trying to put across.

 

Activity:

Write down any phrases/words that influences your thoughts about littering, (these phrases may come in useful later). 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl7FmbrMwjc&t=152s

 

Why do you think we still have a litter problem today?

What would be a good slogan for today’s littering? Write down your slogan.

 

Activity:

Watch David Attenborough in this short documentary.  Listen to the music as David passionately explains about the devastating effects pollution has on our beautiful oceans. While you watch, make a note of anything that David says that is powerful and note how you FEEL about the film, (this will come in useful in the next activity).

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLx4fVsYdTI

 

Questions:

Why was this music included, surely the commentary is enough? 

How does the music impact on this subject?

 

COMPOSITION/RHYTHM - RAP

 

Listen to these primary school children rapping about climate change. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuR7VN_Q06g

 

 

  1. Compose a rap – You could work in pairs or small group (social distancing still applies)

Now that have been inspired, have a go at writing your own Rap about littering and how it affects everything in the environment. Use your phrases, words and feelings to influence your composition. Don’t forget to give it a title.

 

Composition structure

1st verse, a chorus (known as hooks) and a 2nd verse.

 

  1. Add a backing track (It will probably help if you listen to this while you write your rap lyrics)

Click on the link below to use a backing track for your rap.  You don’t need to fill the whole track; you can fade it out when your rap is complete. You can research your own backing track, but please have an adult with you whilst you search.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6peZYh3ohRE

 

  1. Record your composition – this is the FUN part! 😊

You can audio record or video record, either way works. Ask someone to help you with this, that way you can concentrate on the performance rather than all the tech. 

 

OR…

 

Creative Afternoon

 

Decomposition: Hand Jive Sequencing

 

In this activity, you will create hand clapping, hand tutting (see videos attached) or hand jive sequences of movements. You will break the sequence of actions down into parts and in so doing will be decomposing. 

 

Basic Tutting moves www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBu3mTyjqho

Simple tutting www.youtube.com/watch?v=axpDFvUz8Eo

Clapping www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXEhm3qVHCc

Hand jive www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5FXpc1nPr0

Clapping patterns explained www.youtube.com/watch?v=6k6J1jdQY_w

 

1) Watch a sequence of hand movements; this could be a hand jive or tutting moves or clapping sequence (see videos for ideas).

 

2) Recreate the sequence without watching it again.

 

3) Can you break the sequence down into parts (decompose it) in order to teach it to someone effectively? 

 

4) Use the attached Sequence Design sheet to record your sequence. It might be helpful to record each part, testing it out and debugging (fixing) it.

 

More ideas to try:

 

1) Photograph or record each part of your sequence and create a mini-tutorial.

 

2) Can you spot any repeated moves and how you could use a ‘repeat command’?

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Tuesday, 14th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

Get Ready…

It’s the last chance…

Your FINAL Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

ROUNDERS

Using a rolling pin (or similar) see how many times you can hit up a ball or a pair of socks in 30 seconds.  

Your number of hit ups is your score.

Watch:  https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1280041289992548353

 for a demonstration.

Send me your score before Tuesday, 14th July!

If you wish, send a video too!

There is an added twist this time – there are extra points for each person who takes part, including teachers and parents.  Let’s see how many people we can get involved.

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

For something different: some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

profession

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Internet Safety Reading Comprehension

Read the attached information about staying safe online and answer the comprehension questions.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Roman Numerals

 

  1. Work out the numbers to reveal the hidden picture.
  2. Each answer will have its own special colour.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: 

Algorithms and Decomposition: 3D Building Blocks

 

In this activity, you will create a simple model and then take photos to create instructions (an algorithm) for others to try and recreate your model. By removing one block at a time, you will be decomposing the problem into manageable steps.

 

1) Use ten random building blocks to create a model. You could use Lego, wooden blocks, books, cardboard boxes or anything else suitable that you find around your house (see the attached example sheet).

 

2) Once finished, photograph the completed model. 

 

3) Take one brick off your model and re-photograph the model plus the removed brick next to it. Repeat the process until all of the bricks have been removed – each time you should just include the last removed block and clear away the rest.

 

4) Arrange your pictures in the reverse order that you took them in, so that they start with the photo of two blocks and end up with a completed model. Label the pictures in numerical order. 

 

5) Give your algorithm to someone else to follow to recreate the model.

 

More ideas to try:

1) Try to write the instructions rather than just use photographs. 

 

2) Can you break down the task of getting ready for school into smaller parts (having breakfast, having a wash, brushing teeth, getting dressed etc.)?

 

3) Create an algorithm to enable someone to recreate a simple drawing such as a house or smiley face.


I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Monday, 13th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

Get Ready…

Your FINAL Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

ROUNDERS

Using a rolling pin (or similar) see how many times you can hit up a ball or a pair of socks in 30 seconds.  

Your number of hit ups is your score.

Watch:  https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1280041289992548353

 for a demonstration.

Send me your score before Tuesday, 14th July!

If you wish, send a video too!

There is an added twist this time – there are extra points for each person who takes part, including teachers and parents.  Let’s see how many people we can get involved.

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool). 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

privilege

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

 

English

Digital Footprint

A digital footprint is a trail of ‘footprints’ that you leave behind you every time you go online. Most of the websites you visit will record your visit by taking a note of your IP (Internet Protocol) address. This is a set of numbers, which is unique to your computer.

Think about the ways you use the Internet:

  • Do you visit websites? 
  • Do you message friends? 
  • Do you download music or post photographs?

Complete your digital footprint (attached) by adding all the ways you use the Internet, including what websites you visit regularly. Compare your digital footprint with your friends and family. 

Remember to send me your finished footprints via Showbie or email.

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

 

Maths

Addition and Subtraction

  1. Complete the Emoji addition and subtraction code breakers (attached).
  2. Be careful to read the operation carefully.
  3. Self-mark your answers (attached).

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Computing

 

Abstraction and Algorithms: Shopping Lists

In this activity, you will learn to identify the ingredients you need to make a cake and create a shopping list. In doing so, you will develop your skills of abstraction and algorithms.

 

1) Look through cookbooks, websites or magazines to find recipes. Choose between two or three recipes that look fun. 

2) Alternatively, use the recipes on the attached worksheet.

Recipe 1: Challenging. 

Recipe 2: More Challenging.

Looking at the method section of the recipe only, write a list of ingredients for your shopping list.

 

More ideas to try:

1) Discuss the quantities of ingredients needed and do an imaginary online shop:

  • How much money would you need?
  • How much change would you get form £10?

 

2) Try out your recipe with the help of an adult. Make sure that you weigh and measure the ingredients carefully.

 

3) Abstract the equipment needed rather than the ingredients and write a list of what you will need.

 

4) Investigate the science of baking with the help of an adultSimply try mixing a teaspoon of baking powder into a cup of hot water to make a chemical reaction. When you add hot water to baking powder, the water reacts with the acid of the baking powder to produce carbon dioxide bubbles. As long as the baking powder is fresh, you will definitely produce bubbles!

 

5) Create your own “famous chef” instructional video on how to bake a cake.

 

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

 

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Friday, 10th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

Get Ready…

Your FINAL Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

ROUNDERS

Using a rolling pin (or similar) see how many times you can hit up a ball or a pair of socks in 30 seconds.  

Your number of hit ups is your score.

Watch:  https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1280041289992548353

 for a demonstration.

Send me your score before Tuesday, 14th July!

If you wish, send a video too!

There is an added twist this time – there are extra points for each person who takes part, including teachers and parents.  Let’s see how many people we can get involved.

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

For something different: some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

prejudice

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Reading and Analysing Texts

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjbsm39

  1. Watch the video to learn about how to make sense of unfamiliar words.
  2. Watch the video to learn about inference.
  3. Complete the activity, matching the sentences to the situation (attached).
  4. Watch the video all about Rosa Parks.
  5. Answer the questions about the video (attached).
  6. Complete the activity to practise your skimming and scanning skills.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Regular and Irregular Polygons

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zgmcf82

 

  1. Watch the video to learn about the different shapes of the Polygon Party.
  2. Read the information about different polygons.  What is a polygon?
  3. Play the quiz to identify the different polygons.
  4. Complete the activity recognising regular and irregular polygons (attached).
  5. Self-mark your answers (attached).
  6. Complete the Think Together activity (activity).
  7. Self-mark your answers (attached).

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: 

Wild Art 2020

 

The RSPB are once again teaming up with the Cameron Bespolka Trust to bring you Wild Art 2020, and this year it’s even bigger! They are on the lookout for talented young artists to enter their exciting competition.

 

Your task is to create a piece of art inspired by nature – let your imagination run wild! There are two categories to choose from this year:

  • Real Life: entries using the more traditional approach of paints, pastels, acrylics, pens or pencil.
  • Go Wild: for those of you who want to ‘go wild’ in every sense of the word. To enter this category, experiment with textiles, sculpture, recycled and eco-friendly materials, collages – anything goes!

 

You can follow the link to the website to see some of last year’s winning entries: https://www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/for-kids/rspb-kids-competitions/wild-art/?channel=paidsearch&gclid=CjwKCAjwi_b3BRAGEiwAemPNU0MMSdcGaiBsMQKqmzBUdDtmCxdUtvdCyFmkKL0bNQxlRTCKX6du5BoCgI8QAvD_BwE

 

Prizes

For each category, the winner of each age group will receive an art gift voucher worth £100. There are also RSPB runner-up prizes for each category and age group too, so plenty of chances to WIN! The winning, runner-up and highly commended artwork will be displayed at The Society of Wildlife Artists Natural Eye exhibition from 28 October to 8 November 2020.

 

A special Richie Richardson award (and £100 book voucher) will be given for the most accurately drawn animal. The winning and runner-up artwork will also be printed in Wild Times, Wild Explorer or Wingbeat magazine.

 

Send a picture of your completed artwork to me via Showbie or email and I will enter it for you!

 

IMPORTANT: When taking a photo of your artwork, please make sure that you use natural lighting. Dark or unnatural lighting can result in distorted image colour/appearance.


I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

 

Thursday, 9th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

Get Ready…

Your FINAL Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

ROUNDERS

Using a rolling pin (or similar) see how many times you can hit up a ball or a pair of socks in 30 seconds.  

Your number of hit ups is your score.

Watch:  https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1280041289992548353

 for a demonstration.

Send me your score before Tuesday, 14th July!

If you wish, send a video too!

There is an added twist this time – there are extra points for each person who takes part, including teachers and parents.  Let’s see how many people we can get involved.

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

physical

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Using Imperative Verbs

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbxgn9q

  1. Watch the video about imperative verbs.
  2. Watch the video to learn about how to write instructions.
  3. Read the information about instructions.
  4. Play the game highlighting the imperative verbs.
  5. Complete ‘How to Make a Den’ (attached).
  6. Watch the video about Sir Robert Falcon Scott’s journey to the South Pole.
  7. Write a set of instructions for walking to the South Pole.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Dividing by 10, 100 or 1000

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/ztxy6g8

  1. Watch the video to learn more about dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
  2. Complete the activity (attached).
  3. Self mark your answers (attached).
  4. Play the interactive game.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon:

 

Sun Safety

The attached Sun Ready presentation will help you to learn more about keeping safe in the sun. Choose from the following activities:

 

Quiz

 

At the end of the presentation, you will find a short quiz. Have fun testing your knowledge of sun safety!

 

Know Your Sun Cream (KS2)

 

Find out about the information displayed on a bottle of sun cream and what it means. Have a go at labelling the attached diagram. 

 

Sun Safety Poster (KS1 & KS2)

 

Create a poster encouraging people to stay safe in the sun. 

 

Use the attached planning sheet and think about including the following:

  • Why is it important to stay safe in the sun?
  • Which of the sun cream options are better?
  • Can you name the Five Top Tips for Sun Safety?

 

Remember to send me your completed posters on Showbie or via email.

 

Survival Kit Challenge (KS2)

 

Imagine that you are standing in the wild. 

  • What does it look like?
  • What can you see?
  • What can you hear?
  • What can you smell?

 

Your challenge is to design a survival kit for the wild. Use the attached sheet to plan your survival kit.

 

Remember to send me your completed Survival Kits on Showbie or via email.

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Wednesday, 8th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

Get Ready…

Your FINAL Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

 

ROUNDERS

Using a rolling pin (or similar) see how many times you can hit up a ball or a pair of socks in 30 seconds.  

Your number of hit ups is your score.

Watch:  https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1280041289992548353

 for a demonstration.

Send me your score before Tuesday, 14th July!

If you wish, send a video too!

There is an added twist this time – there are extra points for each person who takes part, including teachers and parents.  Let’s see how many people we can get involved.

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

persuade

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Shakespeare: The Tempest

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z87dg7h

  1. Watch the video to learn about Shakespeare.
  2. Watch the video to learn about the plot of The Tempest.
  3. Read the summary of the plot.
  4. Complete the true/false activity.
  5. Create a comic strip version of The Tempest (use the template attached).
  6. Remember to use: onomatopoeia, speech bubbles, captions, etc.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Reflection

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z99n2v4

  1. Watch the video to remind yourself of how shapes can be transformed using translation, rotation or reflection.
  2. Look at the different examples.
  3. Complete the activity (attached).
  4. Self-mark your answers (attached).
  5. Complete the activity (attached).
  6. Self-mark your answers (attached).

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon:

 

HELLO MUSIC MAESTROS! Welcome to another fabulous week of MUSIC 😊

 

We’re very excited! Over the past few weeks, friends of Encore - children, young people and adults – have recorded themselves playing ‘All You Need Is Love’ by the Beatles. Now, all the separate recordings have been put together to make one ‘virtual’ performance. Look closely and you might spot some your teachers or Wider Opportunities tutors! Have a listen. What do you think?  

 

 

Appraising – How many instruments can you name? There are a few that you may not recognise. Can you guess what they are? Look at the credits to see if you’re correct! 

 

Listening - There’s something very special about singing in a choir. Have a listen to the PS22 Chorus. The children are Year 6s from a primary school in Staten Island, New York.    

 

The song was originally performed by the American rock band ‘Journey’ released in the USA in 1981. It has appeared in many films and TV series. A cover was made for the musical show ‘Glee’ which has made it very popular. The children are joined by Steve Augeri, lead singer of band. What does he say about singing at the end of the video? Do you agree?

Appraising – Listen to the original version of the song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1k8craCGpgs

 

Here are some questions about ‘Don’t Stop Believin’’

  • Do you like the song? Why, Why not?
  • What can you hear?
  • What is the style of the music?
  • How is the song put together? Choose from these parts of a song: chorus, pre-chorus, instrumental, introduction, verse. You might like to get someone you live with to help you.

 

HINT: A pre-chorus is a part of song that comes between a verse and the chorus. It’s often used if the verse and chorus are quite different from each other. Answer below. 

 

Song – Now it’s your turn! Time to raise your voice! Don’t forget those dance moves.

 

 

Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh. (x 2)

Got something to say, got a difference to make, 

A part I can play and a role I can take,

I believe in myself, express how I feel,

I like who I am and I’m keepin’ it real.

 

Raise my voice, make a noise,

’Cos we’re all havin’ fun with it. (Fun with it.)

Can’t you see, this is me

And it’s OK to go for it. (Go for it.)

 

Raise my voice, make a noise,

’Cos we’re all havin’ fun with it. (Fun with it.)

Can’t you see, this is me

And it’s OK to go for it.

Makes me wanna sing!

 

Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh. (x2)

 

I want to be strong, live long and be safe.

My generation has something to say,

So much to learn, enjoy and achieve.

I reach for my goal to be all I can be.

 

Raise my voice, etc.

 

Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh. (x 2)

 

(Chanted) BULLYING? NO!

WORK TOGETHER? YES! 

HIDE MYSELF? NO!

BE ME? YEAH!

 

Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh. (x 2)

 

Strong side by side, we lift those who fall, 

Stand by our friends and we hear when they call.

Let’s all make a change, all play our part,

It takes you and me, and here’s where it starts:

 

Raise my voice etc.

 

Composing – Composer Luciano Berio uses the voice in unusual ways to create a piece of music. The singer has to mutter, gasp, laugh, whine and go through a range of emotions from tense to dreamy to bewildered. Many people have also experienced a rollercoaster of emotions over the past few months. In this activity you will compose your own 'Lockdown Sequenza' for voice.

 

 

OR…

 

Creative Afternoon

 

STEM Challenge – Build a Cereal Box Marble Run

 

Have you ever wondered what to do with those empty cereal boxes? Follow the simple instructions on the attached sheet to make a cereal box marble run. If you don’t have a spare cereal box, another cardboard box will work just as well!

 

 

 

Challenge

 

 

Can you make a marble roller coaster, which brings a marble down from a starting height of 1 metre without any drops of longer than 5cm?

 

You could make it a competition with your family – whose marble takes the longest to successfully descend 1 metre?

 

Remember to send me any pictures or videos of your marble runs and roller coasters on Showbie or via email. I look forward to seeing what you produce!

 

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Tuesday, 7th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

Get Ready…

Your FINAL Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

ROUNDERS

 

Using a rolling pin (or similar) see how many times you can hit up a ball or a pair of socks in 30 seconds.  

Your number of hit ups is your score.

Watch:  https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1280041289992548353

 for a demonstration.

Send me your score before Tuesday, 14th July!

If you wish, send a video too!

There is an added twist this time – there are extra points for each person who takes part, including teachers and parents.  Let’s see how many people we can get involved.

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

For something different: some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

parliament

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Reading and Analysing Texts

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjbsm39

  1. Watch the video to learn about how to make sense of unfamiliar words.
  2. Watch the video to learn about inference.
  3. Complete the activity, matching the sentences to the situation (attached).
  4. Watch the video all about Rosa Parks.
  5. Answer the questions about the video (attached).
  6. Complete the activity to practise your skimming and scanning skills.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Regular and Irregular Polygons

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zgmcf82

 

  1. Watch the video to learn about the different shapes of the Polygon Party.
  2. Read the information about different polygons.  What is a polygon?
  3. Play the quiz to identify the different polygons.
  4. Complete the activity recognising regular and irregular polygons (attached).
  5. Self-mark your answers (attached).
  6. Complete the Think Together activity (activity).
  7. Self-mark your answers (attached).

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: 

#PinYourThanks

 

 

We know that lots of our families would like to say thank you to others who have helped over the last few months. From the postman who delivered cards that cheered us up, to a neighbour who has done some shopping, to a doctor or nurse, a friend who called for a chat etc.

 

PinYourThanks are inviting you to enter a competition to design a pin badge to say thank you to someone who has helped you (or your wider family) over the last few months.

 

The winning entry will be turned into a real pin badge and sold, alongside other badges designed by national treasures including Ringo Starr and Joe Lycett. Every pin badge sold raises money for NHS Charities Together and Volunteering Matters.

 

Use the attached template to design your badge.

Send me your completed designs on Showbie or via email by Friday, 10th July 2020 so that I can enter them for you!


I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Monday, 6th July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

opportunity

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Using Imperative Verbs

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbxgn9q

  1. Watch the video about imperative verbs.
  2. Watch the video to learn about how to write instructions.
  3. Read the information about instructions.
  4. Play the game highlighting the imperative verbs.
  5. Complete ‘How to Make a Den’ (attached).
  6. Watch the video about Sir Robert Falcon Scott’s journey to the South Pole.
  7. Write a set of instructions for walking to the South Pole.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Dividing by 10, 100 or 1000

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/ztxy6g8

  1. Watch the video to learn more about dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
  2. Complete the activity (attached).
  3. Self mark your answers (attached).
  4. Play the interactive game.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon:

 

Forest of Dean Forestry England Competition

 

 

Your task is to design a poster encouraging people to keep our forest clean. You should explain why littering is bad for the forest and why you #LoveYourForest

 

When designing your poster, remember the following:

  • Use A4 white paper
  • Use colourful pictures to grab attention
  • Include words, or even a poem
  • Do not attach craft materials

 

The winning design will be used around Forestry England sites to help spread the message.

 

I look forward to seeing your completed posters. Please send them to me on Showbie or via email by Thursday, 9th July 2020 so that I can enter them for you!

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Friday, 3rd July 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

Freya – we all send you HUGE Birthday wishes for tomorrow. 

Enjoy your special day!

 

 

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Stride Active have been setting sporting challenges for pupils (and teachers).  To celebrate the Summer School Games, Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire and Stride Active have teamed up to host a week-long festival of challenges.

FRIDAY – ACTIVITY 5

BASKETBALL

Pass a ball between your legs in a figure of 8 movement as many times as you can in 30 seconds.

Watch:  https://youtu.be/mwJejbjRntU for a demonstration.

Score a point every time you pass the ball around each leg.  

Send me your score before 3.00pm today!

If you wish, send a video too!

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

occur

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Olympic Sports 

Create your own sporting dictionary:

 

Write a definition for each of the words listed (attached).

 

Write the definitions as if they were for a dictionary.

 

Remember the words in a dictionary are always in alphabetical order.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Winter Olympics Code Breakers

 

Solve the Maths calculations on the attached pages to spell out some Winter Olympic sports, the names of some Team GB athletes and locations of past Winter Olympics using the code.

 

You might also want to find out:

  • Where the 2022 Winter Olympics will be held.
  • How many different sports are included in the Winter Olympics.
  • When snowboarding was first introduced to the Winter Olympics.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Sport

This week is a sports themed week.  Stride Active will be setting a daily challenge for us all.  

Play this game of Connect 4 – How many can you complete?

 

 

Can you complete today’s Stride Active Herefordshire Virtual School Games Challenge?

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

 

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Thursday, 2nd July 2020

 

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

We are looking forward to welcoming you back to school this week!  We can’t wait to see you!

 

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Stride Active have been setting sporting challenges for pupils (and teachers).  To celebrate the Summer School Games, Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire and Stride Active have teamed up to host a week-long festival of challenges.

 

THURSDAY – ACTIVITY 4

CRICKET

Mark 4 paper targets on a wall.  Mark each target with a score: 6, 4, 2 and 1.  

Stand 3 metres away and using an overarm / underarm throw, you have 60 seconds to hit the targets.

Try to score as many points as possible.  If you hit a six, take a step back, if you hit a 4 take half a step back.

Scoring:  Count the number of points in 60 seconds.

 

Watch:  https://youtu.be/m6hr8J7i9nk for a demonstration.

Send me your score before 3.00pm today!

If you wish, send a video too!

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

Dance Challenge

There is also a week long challenge alongside each daily one… We would like you to create a dance routine to tell the story of your lockdown experience. Have you used any of the School Games values? To remind you, the values are: Determination, team work, honesty, passion, respect and self-belief.

 

Record your video and send it to me… it should be between 1 and 2 minutes long and showcase the feelings and stories of lockdown!  Your entry needs to be sent to me before 3.00pm today!

 

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

occupy

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Olympic Sports 

Create your own A-Z of sports (attached).

 

Amazing Fact

The sport of Jai-Alai is commonly believed to be the fastest sport in the world – the ball can travel at speeds of up to 190mph.

 

Try to think of a sport or sports person for each letter of the alphabet.  You could use the Internet or Non-Fiction books to research lesser-known sports.

 

Unscramble the Sports Day words (attached).

 

Complete the Sports Day word search (attached).

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

100 Metres Winners

  1. Look at the table of the winners of the 100 metres since 1976 (attached).
  2. Plot a line graph of the winning times for both males and females.
  3. What do you notice?

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Sport

This week is a sports themed week.  Stride Active will be setting a daily challenge for us all.  

As you try new sports and physical activities, think about the equipment you use.  How does it help you to play? How does it help you to improve? 

Today’s challenge is to design a new piece of sporting equipment so you can think about what small changes help you to achieve your personal best. 

Choose a sport that uses some equipment. You may choose one you play already, or you can find out about a new sport. 

Think about the equipment: 

How is it used? What size is it? What shape is it? Is the colour important? What materials is it made from? 

Now think of how you could make small changes to improve the equipment so that it: 

Make your new equipment and try it out!

 

Can you complete today’s Stride Active Herefordshire Virtual School Games Challenge?

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

 

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Wednesday, 1st July 2020

 

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

We are looking forward to welcoming you back to school this week!  We can’t wait to see you!

 

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Stride Active have been setting sporting challenges for pupils (and teachers).  To celebrate the Summer School Games, Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire and Stride Active have teamed up to host a week-long festival of challenges.

WEDNESDAY – ACTIVITY 3

RUGBY

 

Using a rugby ball (or something similar like a rolled up pair of football socks), set a target up at around waist height.

You have 60 seconds to hit the target as many times as possible passing your object with a ‘rugby pass action’.

You may only use one ball but someone can throw you the ball back after each attempt.

 

Watch:  https://youtu.be/AFzc62-r9MA for a demonstration.

 

Score a point every time you hit the target.  

 

Send me your score before 3.00pm today!

If you wish, send a video too!

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

Dance Challenge

There is also a week long challenge alongside each daily one… We would like you to create a dance routine to tell the story of your lockdown experience. Have you used any of the School Games values? To remind you, the values are: Determination, team work, honesty, passion, respect and self-belief.

 

Record your video and send it to me… it should be between 1 and 2 minutes long and showcase the feelings and stories of lockdown!  Your entry needs to be sent to me before 3.00pm on Thursday, 2nd July!

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

nuisance

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Great Olympians 

Choose your favourite Olympian and find our as much as you can about them.  Create a fact file / poster / presentation all about them.

 

Use the template (attached) to help you write your fact file.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

100 Metres 

  1. Look at the table of times for the 100 metres by different Olympians.
  2. Complete the questions, focusing on decimal numbers.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Sport

This week is a sports themed week.  Stride Active will be setting a daily challenge for us all.  

 

Home Sports Day

 

Spend the afternoon enjoying some traditional Sports Day Fun (most can be adapted for outdoors or indoors):

 

·      Hit the Spot

·      Dodge Buster

·      Stepping Stones

·      On Track

·      Shape Shifter

 

Set up some mini races in the garden with your family.

 

Can you design a new race?

Can you complete today’s Stride Active Herefordshire Virtual School Games Challenge?

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

 

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Tuesday, 30th June 2020

 

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

We are looking forward to welcoming you back to school this week!  We can’t wait to see you!

 

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Stride Active have been setting sporting challenges for pupils (and teachers).  To celebrate the Summer School Games, Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire and Stride Active have teamed up to host a week-long festival of challenges.

TUESDAY – ACTIVITY 2

ATHLETICS

Use two objects to mark out a distance of 5 metres.

How many shuttle runs between the markers can you complete in 60 seconds?

 

Watch:  https://youtu.be/HMHHY-oBqoc for a demonstration.

 

Score a point for every shuttle run.  If you run there and back, you would score two points. 

Send me your score before 3.00pm today!

If you wish, send a video too!

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

Dance Challenge

There is also a week long challenge alongside each daily one… We would like you to create a dance routine to tell the story of your lockdown experience. Have you used any of the School Games values? To remind you, the values are: Determination, team work, honesty, passion, respect and self-belief.

 

Record your video and send it to me… it should be between 1 and 2 minutes long and showcase the feelings and stories of lockdown!  Your entry needs to be sent to me before 3.00pm on Thursday, 2nd July!

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

For something different: some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

neighbour

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Tokyo Olympics 2021

Use the attached PowerPoint to find out about the country of Japan, the next hosts of the Olympics.

 

Create a fact file, tour brochure to tell people all about Japan.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Winter Olympics Code Breakers

 

Solve the Maths calculations on the attached pages to spell out some Winter Olympic sports, the names of some Team GB athletes and locations of past Winter Olympics using the code.

 

You might also want to find out:

  • Where the 2022 Winter Olympics will be held.
  • How many different sports are included in the Winter Olympics.
  • When snowboarding was first introduced to the Winter Olympics.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Sport

This week is a sports themed week.  Stride Active will be setting a daily challenge for us all.  

The 2020 Olympics were due to take place in Tokyo in Japan.  They have been postponed until 2021.

 

Enjoy taking part in some traditional Japanese sport activities this afternoon.

 

1. Warm-up by taking part in Radio Taiso workout from the Japan Society.  Radio Taiso is an exercise routine first broadcast in 1928 and is still very popular today.

 

https://www.getset.co.uk/resources/active-assemblies/radio-taiso

 

2. Can you create your own Radio Taiso routine and film your routines for the rest of to have a go at?

 

3. Complete the Tokyo Ten: Random Routines

 

https://www.getset.co.uk/resources/travel-to-tokyo/randomroutines

 

4. Can you use the video to learn how to say how to say the numbers 1 – 5 in Japanese?  Show us what you have learnt by creating a poster or even a film to teacher others.

 

5. Try a traditional Japanese playground game – Kendama.  Use the activity guide attached to find out how to use and make your own Kendama set.

 

Can you complete today’s Stride Active Herefordshire Virtual School Games Challenge?

 

OR…

Music from Mrs West

Listening

Most colleges in America have marching bands. Disneyland’s All-American College Band goes beyond marching to incorporate some fantastic rhythmic moves to reflect the mood of the different sections of the music. Can you name all the instruments in this clip? Can you spot any players who are doubling (when they play more than one instrument and switch between them)? 

 

American College Band: Star Wars               https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGyFrEcPYlI

 

The Star Wars music has different sections or movements. Which is your favourite? Describe the mood of the music; is the music trying to tell a story? Think about how the composer uses pitch, tempo, dynamics, rhythm and so on. 

 

Now choose a contrasting section. How is the music different from your favourite part? How many reasons can you think of?

 

Quiz

We all love a quiz! Guess the movies these theme songs belong to. You could split this into a couple of sections as it is quite a long quiz. Enjoy! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI49yUqcMH0

 

Music Theory

You will probably have seen a musical stave (known as a staff in America). Here are two videos for you to watch and join in with to help you learn about the lines and spaces on a stave: 

 

After watching this video, you’ll soon remember the names of the music notes.

 

 

  • Try this note name quiz to see how well you have learnt the note names 

            https://www.classicsforkids.com/games/note_names.php

 

There are several elements of music. Musical experts have differing opinions about just how many elements there are. But they all agree that dynamics is one of them. Watch this video to learn just what a difference dynamics make to the music we play and listen to.

 

 

Song

This is a song called ‘Just Sing!’. Could you add some actions or dance moves to match this happy tune?                   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ut5_ZaEAS3s

 

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

 

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

Monday, 29th June 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

smileyWe are looking forward to welcoming you back to school this week!  We can’t wait to see you!smiley

 

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Stride Active have been setting sporting challenges for pupils (and teachers).  To celebrate the Summer School Games, Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire and Stride Active have teamed up to host a week-long festival of challenges.

 

MONDAY – ACTIVITY 1

TENNIS

Using a racket or something similar (bat, cereal box, etc.), how many hit-ups can you do in 60 seconds.

Watch:  https://youtu.be/iDPfF5FAocl for a demonstration.

Score a point for every hit-up.  

 

Send me your score before 3.00pm today!

If you wish, send a video too!

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

Dance Challenge

 

There is also a week long challenge alongside each daily one… We would like you to create a dance routine to tell the story of your lockdown experience. Have you used any of the School Games values? To remind you, the values are: Determination, team work, honesty, passion, respect and self-belief.

 

Record your video and send it to me… it should be between 1 and 2 minutes long and showcase the feelings and stories of lockdown!  

 

You entry needs to be sent to me by 3.00pm on Thursday, 2nd July!

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

necessary

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

London 2012 Olympics:  Super Saturday

Read the article about London 2012’s Super Saturday and create your own Sports report.  You could write your article about Super Saturday or an event of your own, e.g., the restart of the Football leagues.

 

Use the template (attached) to help you write your article.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

100 Metres Winners

  1. Look at the table of the winners of the 100 metres since 1976 (attached).
  2. Plot a line graph of the winning times for both males and females.
  3. What do you notice?

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Sport

This week is a sports themed week.  Stride Active will be setting a daily challenge for us all.  

Watch the video to find out about the Olympic Torch Relay:

 https://www.getset.co.uk/resources/olympic-torch-relay

 

Some activities to have a go at:

 

1.    Make your own Olympic Torch – how creative can you be? (attached)

2.    Make your own Olympic medals – use clay, play dough, salt dough, bake a cake, biscuit or cookie – we can’t wait to see your creation!  Alternatively, use the template attached.

3.    Create your own Mascot (attached).

4.    Create your own quiz all about the Olympic Torch Relay to share with the rest of us.

5.    Use the information (attached) to find out about the Olympic Rings.

Design your own set of Olympic Rings – what would each one stand for?

 

Can you complete today’s Stride Active Herefordshire Virtual School Games Challenge?

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Friday, 26th June 2020

 

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you had a great day yesterday and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

Lily – we all send you HUGE Birthday wishes. 

Enjoy your special day!

 

smileyToday is ‘Zoom’ Daysmiley

 

Our Zoom session is today at 10am! Those of you who I have received permission for will be sent the code inside your Zoom information folder on Showbie. 

 

Please send me a message or email with permission from your parents/carers if you would like to join for the first time! 

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

muscle

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Fake News

 

Today, we will learn the meaning of ‘fake news’ and understand the importance of knowing the difference between what is fake news and what it real news. We will look at identifying what is fake news and what is real news.

 

Read through the attached presentation to learn more. Use the attached worksheet to accompany the activities as you read through the information. This will help you to organise your ideas in preparation for the writing task.

 

Writing Task

 

Based on what you have learnt, write an article for an imaginary school newspaper or magazine, explaining why it is important to know the difference between fake news and real news.

 

Make sure that you include:

  • What real news is
  • What fake news is
  • Why it is important to be critical of what we see

 

I look forward to reading your articles. Please send me your finished work on Showbie or via email.

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Tessellation

 

Look at the PowerPoint about MC Esher and tessellation.

 

Make a tessellated pattern of your own.  Use one of the shapes in the PowerPoint or a Shape of your own.  How creative can you be?  Colour it in.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Art

This week we have an Art themed week, kindly put together by Mrs Drake:

Investigating Paul Klee

 

‘The Goldfish’ 1925

Look at the picture.  What effect does the dark background have? There are lots of fish, how do you think the other fish feel about the goldfish? What makes the goldfish stand-out? What techniques you think Klee might have used to create the goldfish painting?

 

 

Read the following link with information about this picture http://www.artchive.com/1925/klee.html

 

If you have them you could use wax crayons or oil pastels to cover the whole page in a mix of bright colours, then cover the page with black oil pastel so there’s no colour seen. Using a paperclip that has been unravelled, scratch at the page to make a shape and the colour will be revealed.  Remember to be safe when using this!

Or you could create a drawing with bright coloured wax crayon or oil pastels, where there are some white bits left. Using a black water colour, brush over the page to create the background – the oil should resist the paint and show up.

 

If you don’t have any of these, no problem, simply using colouring pencils, felt tips, paints, sharpies, whatever you have that can be used to create colour and away you go.  You could even have a go at creating a piece on the following free app on an ipad, https://tayasui.com/sketches/   or on your computer if you have a program for art already on it.

 

We have been creating different types of art using Klee’s styles. Pick your favourite piece and tell me why your prefer it?   Which was the easiest to create and why? Which has the nicest effect and what makes it good?

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Thursday, 25th June 2020

 

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you had a great day yesterday and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the activity.

https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1272432614054510593

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

mischievous

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Shakespeare and Twelfth Night

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zqhn7yc

  1. Watch the video to find out more about Shakespeare.
  2. Watch the animation of Twelfth Night.
  3. Read the plot summary of Twelfth Night.
  4. Play the interactive activity organising the key events of Shakespeare’s life.
  5. Write your own play script of a section of Tewlfth Night.

OR…

  1. Complete the reading comprehension about William Shalespeare (attached).
  2. Create a poster about the life of William Shakespeare.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

‘Castle and Sun’ 1928

Look at the picture.  Can you tell what the painting is? What might it look like to you?

What shapes can you see in the painting? How might Klee create art like this?

 

 

Klee used shapes to create the image of the castle and the sun. He also used colour – is that the colour of a real castle? Why would he use colours that aren’t real?  Experiment with this trying to create this style and your own castle by drawing around lots of cut-out 2d shapes, first with pencil. Once you’ve created a pencil drawing with lots of shapes, you could use a crayon or pen to draw the lines. Then use pastels or paints to colour in the shapes.

 

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Art

This week we have an Art themed week, kindly put together by Mrs Drake:

Investigating Paul Klee

 

‘Arrival of the Bridegroom’ 1933

 

 

What do you notice about this picture?  Why do you think those colours are used?  What do you think about it and why? 

 

Your challenge today is to take your pencil for a walk to create your own interpretation of this picture.  Below is a link, which breaks down the picture drawing into sections for you.  

Remember, it’s your interpretation, so you can use different colour patterns. 

 

https://artprojectsforkids.org/paul-klee-drawing/

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

 

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Wednesday, 24th June 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you had a great day yesterday and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the activity.

https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1272432614054510593

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

There is a special challenge for the teachers this time too…

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

marvellous

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

National Writing Day

It is National Writing Day and the aim is to get everyone writing creatively.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zscwr2p

  1. Watch the video ‘Why Write?’
  2. Complete the 24/7 challenge.

You are going to write a brilliant 24-word short story.

Your story must start with the words, ‘One day…’

You need to write it in less than 7 minutes.

  1. Watch the video to learn about fronted adverbials.
  2. Read the information and complete the quiz about fronted adverbials.
  3. Watch the video to remind yourself of similes and metaphors.
  4. Watch the video of advice from Frank Cottrell-Boyce, a children’s author.
  5. Follow the tips for writing your story.
  6. Write your short story!
  7. Create a film of your short story and send it to me.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Multiplying Decimals by 10, 100 or 1000

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z82tjsg

  1. Read the information to learn about multiplying decimals by 10, 100 or 1000.
  2. Complete the activity on multiplying decimals by 10, 100 or 1000 (attached).
  3. Self-mark your work using the answers (attached).
  4.  

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Art

This week we have an Art themed week, kindly put together by Mrs Drake:

Investigating Paul Klee

 

‘Cat and Bird’ 1928

 

Watch the Cat and Bird book video link below written based on the drawings of Paul Klee.  What do you notice about the illustrations in particular?  What shapes are used?  What colours are used?  Is there are moral to the story? 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZoWLtsS-3s

 

https://www.slideshare.net/AliceFernndz/paul-klee-28367606?next_slideshow=1

 

Have a go at creating your own now!  You could draw and then colour or paint it, or you could create one similar to the cut out image below.   Make sure the bird’s image is engraved in the cat’s memory, completely, forever.

 

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Tuesday, 23rd June 2020

 

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you had a great day yesterday and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the activity.

https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1272432614054510593

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

There is a special challenge for the teachers this time too…

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

lightning

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Analysing and Performing Scripts

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7thjsg

  1. Watch the video to learn about the structure of a play script.
  2. Read the information to learn about play scripts.
  3. Watch the video to learn some top tips for performing a play script.
  4. Watch the video about Robert Falcon Scott’s adventure to the South Pole.
  5. Extend the story by writing a play script.  What will happen next?
  6. Watch the video about creating a stop motion animation.
  7. Turn your script into a stop motion animation.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Subtracting Decimals with Different Decimal Places

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6t3hcw

  1. Watch the video to learn about subtracting decimals with different decimal places.
  2. Complete the activity on subtracting decimals (attached).
  3. Self-mark your work using the answers (attached).
  4. Play the subtracting decimals interactive game.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Art

This week we have an Art themed week, kindly put together by Mrs Drake:

Investigating Paul Klee

 

Take the pencil for a walk!  The ‘Senecio’ (1922) challenge

 

Fancy a challenge? Time yourself to do a continuous line drawing of a face for 30 seconds only. Only rule, you cannot take your pencil off the paper! You can go back over lines you have drawn or create new lines, but no lifting that pencil up!  How far did you get? Then have a go for 45 seconds, then a minute, and so on.   Remember it is not about finishing it quickly but have all the detail.  Then colour the picture using a colour palette, like Paul Klee, warm, cold or neutral.  

 

Want to go further now, you have had a go at slightly abstract pictures the use his ‘Senecio’ picture below and create your own version and then colour it in or paint it.

 

 

Or…

MUSIC

 

HELLO MUSIC MAESTROS! Welcome to another fabulous week of MUSIC

The Butterfly Song- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C41tLOxjmQg

Performing: Perform confidently and accurately on your own or with a group of other people.

  1. Learn the song, following instructions above.
  2. Try clapping the rhythm of the word, ‘grayling’ (gray-ling; minim-crotchet)
  3. If you have a keyboard or tuned instrument, learn to play the introduction (F G A)
  4. Play the notes to the rhythm of the word, ‘grayling’ (F F G G A A G G). This pattern also fits with the first two lines of part 1 (‘Butterfly tell me where you come from, butterfly tell me where do you go?’) and part 2 (‘Colour my wings like yours and I’ll fly to you, soft as silk and lighter than air’)
  5. Experiment by playing these notes (F G A) with other rhythms such as, ‘swallow tail’ and ‘painted lady’ and play along at the appropriate place in the video. Can you sing and play at the same time?!

Cross-curricular links

Following on from our music and art work last week, you can design your own butterfly now you have sung and played about many types. Fold a piece of A4 paper in half and across the centre of the paper where the fold is, draw one butterfly wing. Cut around your drawing then fold the paper out and you will have both wings. Colour your butterfly like one you have seen flying in your garden.

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Monday, 22nd June 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

smileySHOWBIE…smiley

Today, at 9.45am, I will turn the Class Discussion feature on until 10.15am.

The Class Discussion feature will allow you to message any friends who are live on Showbie at the same time.

Come along to say, ‘Hi’ and ‘How are you?’ to me or one of your classmates.

Any messages put in the Class Discussion can be seen by everyone and I will be there to monitor it throughout the session!

Remember our E-Safety rules at all times!

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the activity.

https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1272432614054510593

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

There is a special challenge for the teachers this time too…

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

leisure

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Writing Comics and Using Ellipsis

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zsmhqfr

  1. Watch the video to learn about ellipsis.
  2. Read the information to learn about ellipsis.
  3. Complete the interactive activity on ellipsis.
  4. Watch the video about the different features of a comic.
  5. Complete the quiz about comics.
  6. Create your own comic (attached or create your own template).  You could use the Comic Life App.

Add images, speech, thoughts, onomatopoeia and captions to your comic.  Can you finish it with ellipsis? Can you add extra detail to your captions by using parenthesis?

If you are stuck for inspiration, look at the information about Stan Lee, the creator of famous comics such as Spiderman.  Use this to create a comic about his life!

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Subtracting Decimals

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk4kvwx

  1. Read the information to learn about subtracting decimals.
  2. Complete the activity on subtracting decimals (attached).
  3. Self-mark your work using the answers (attached).
  4. Play the subtracting decimals board game with someone at home (attached).

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon: Art

This week we have an Art themed week, kindly put together by Mrs Drake:

Investigating Paul Klee

 

Who was Paul Klee?  What was his art like?  What colours did he use? Where was he from?  How many pictures did he draw/paint? Your challenge is to investigate the life of Paul Klee. Below are some links to support this.  Find out all about his life and his art, including his colour choices and styles of art the use these to create a fact file, a poster, a video or any other format you think best displays the information. Make sure you get loads of variety as you will be using this as the basis of your art for the next few weeks!

 

http://vimeo.com/43838365

https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/paul-klee-1417/a-z-paul-klee

https://kids.kiddle.co/Paul_Klee

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

 Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

 BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Friday, 19th June 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

 

smileyToday is ‘Zoom’ Daysmiley

 

Our Zoom session is today at 10am! Those of you who I have received permission for will be sent the code inside your Zoom information folder on Showbie. 

 

Please send me a message or email with permission from your parents/carers if you would like to join for the first time! 

 

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the activity.

https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1272432614054510593

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

There is a special challenge for the teachers this time too…

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

language

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Water Safety Week

This week is water safety week.

Watch the video about keeping safe near water:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5Yi69L-zxM&t=318s

Work through the booklet (attached) and choose some of the activities:

  1. Create your own Water Safety Code (slide 4).
  2. Create an A to Z of dangers near water (slide 8-9).
  3. Design a sign to warn people to ‘Stay Away From the Edge’ (slide 11).
  4. What advice do you think the education volunteer is giving to the children by the canal (slide 12).
  5. Write your own poem about staying safe near rivers (slide 14-15).
  6. Create a comic strip to explain how to help if you see someone in danger (silde 16).
  7. Create a poster to share the TOP TIPS for staying SAFE near water (slide 17).
  8. Go to: https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/explorers/games/waterside-safety-challenge to play an interactive game.

 

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!  Try to be as creative as possible!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Today, create your very own piece of shape art in the style of Piet Mondrian.

Visit https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/explore/who-is/who-piet-mondrian to learn more about his style.

He uses a lot of geometric shapes in his pieces of art. Make sure to colour in using bold and bright colours… you could even paint or collage this if you would like!

Details…

  • You MUST include at LEAST 6 different types of shape e.g. circle, square, rectangle, triangle.
  • Use a ruler to get any lines nice and neat.

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon

RAINFORESTS

Throughout the week, you will have learned a lot about the rainforests and why they are so important to our lives, animals and plants that live there and people all over the world! Today… your mission is to create a persuasive poster to inform people of how we can SAVE OUR RAINFORESTS!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p003vpd7 Watch this short clip to remind you of our wonderful rainforests and why we must protect them! 

One of the big issues that is killing our rainforests is the increased rate of deforestation… there are many reasons that this happens!

-to create fields for farming cattle or growing crops

-to produce wood to make furniture

-to produce wood pulp to make paper 

-to create space for housing

Here is a time lapse of a rainforest in Bolivia which shows just how destructive over-deforestation can be!

https://vimeo.com/4132707

 

But what can we do? 

-buy certified wood products

-use recycled paper or use scrap paper

-cut down on printing 

-buy soy products from sustainable sources

 

On your poster, you need to include…

-a catchy slogan- e.g. Rescue our Rainforests

-ways that we can save our rainforest.

-colour

-images to make it exciting (need to be relevant). 

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

 

BBC Bitesize Daily Book Club Reading Lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv?dm_t=0,0,0,0,0

BBC Bitesize have collated all of their Book Club Reading lessons into one place to make it easier for you to find them. There is a great selection of books for Year 1-6 accompanied by a range of activities.

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Friday, 19th June

Thursday, 18th June 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

Great work yesterday!  I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today.

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the activity.

https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1272432614054510593

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

There is a special challenge for the teachers this time too…

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

interrupt

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Writing Narrative Poems

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7bv6g8

  1. Watch the video to learn about narrative poetry.
  2. Read the information to learn about how to write a narrative poem.
  3. Watch the fantastic performance of Chocolate Cake by Michael Rosen.  Listen out for examples of repetition, rhyming and onomatopoeia.
  4. Write your own Narrative Poem.  Use the tips to help you (attached)!
  5. Perform your poem to someone at home.  Create a short film of your performance and sent it on Showbie!

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Adding Decimals with a Different Number of Decimal Places

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z3xx8hv

  1. Watch the video to learn how to add decimals with a different number of decimal places.
  2. Complete the activity on adding decimals (attached).
  3. Self-mark your work using the answers (attached).
  4. Play the Adding decimals interactive game!

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

 

RAINFORESTS

Your task today, is to research a rainforest animal and produce a ‘talk’ like you would experience if you visited a professional. 

Choose one or more talks about a rainforest animal to learn more! You may wish to make some notes as you go to help inform your talk!

Tree kangaroo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LVn01EScOY&feature=youtu.be

 

Sumatran tiger

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEHtecRQ57Q&feature=youtu.be

 

Parson’s chameleon 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgKnBdYkqKM&feature=youtu.be

 

Sulawesi macaques

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohb78U1HyOI&feature=youtu.be

 

Then create an animal talk, using the attached guide from Chester Zoo! (In your Creative Afternoon folder on Showbie). Once you have planned, record your animal talk- I wonder if our class will have the next David Attenborough! I can’t wait to see what you produce.

 

I look forward to seeing what you produce!  Remember to keep in touch on Showbie or via my email address.

 

Remember to do lots of reading too!  READ, READ, READ!  Log-in to MyOn and ReadTheory for lots of reading material.  

Audible and Amazon are now offering free books to download too! 

David Walliams is also offering a free audio book each day: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

Anthony Horowitz Read Along Videos: https://bit.ly/Walker_Books

Follow the link above to hear the author himself, Anthony Horowitz, read the chapters of Stormbreaker, the first Alex Rider novel! 
This read along series of videos last about 15-20 minutes each and really bring the written word and storytelling to life for young people.

 

FIRST NEWS

First News are offering a free digital download.  Sign up here to receive yours:  

https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/

 

Send me some photos of your favourite location when reading at home.

Have a good day!

Best wishes

Mrs Hanham

 

Wednesday, 17th June 2020

Good morning, Class 5!

Great work, yesterday! I hope you are looking forward to completing some exciting home learning tasks today. 

 

smileySHOWBIE…smiley

Today, at 9.45am, I will turn the Class Discussion feature on until 10.15am.

The Class Discussion feature will allow you to message any friends who are live on Showbie at the same time.

Come along to say, ‘Hi’ and ‘How are you?’ to me or one of your classmates.

Any messages put in the Class Discussion can be seen by everyone and I will be there to monitor it throughout the session!

Remember our E-Safety rules at all times!

 

Get Ready…

Your NEXT Herefordshire Virtual Games Challenge is here!

Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the activity.

https://twitter.com/stride_active/status/1272432614054510593

 

Come on, Class 5, let’s see how many entries we can get!

Who is going to be the first to send me their video and score?

 

There is a special challenge for the teachers this time too…

 

TODAY'S FIRST CHALLENGE OF THE DAY... 

Go to the Homepage of the website (www.walfordprimaryschool.co.uk), look at the Twitter feed and read 'all tweets'.  Alternatively, ask your parents to help you by getting them to access school Twitter feed (@WalfordSchool).

 

Browse all the AMAZING work being created and shared on Twitter by all the wonderful Walford children, can you spot yours?

Remember to 'like' anything that makes you smile by pressing the  heart  button. 

Remember our E-Safety rules ... you do not need an account of your own!

 

Wake Up, Shake Up 

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9.00am for daily physical activity to get you moving, and feeling energised… 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

If you fancy something different: for some excellent dance, mindfulness, yoga and all sorts of activities, visit Go Noodle.

https://www.gonoodle.com

Don’t forget to follow this link to the BBC Supermovers website throughout the day where you can practise your English and Maths skills whilst keeping fit: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Word of the Day

Today’s word is:

interfere

  • Which word class does it belong to? E.g. adjective, noun, verb, adverb.
  • Can you write a definition?
  • Can you think of some synonyms and antonyms?
  • Can you modify the word by adding a prefix or a suffix?
  • Can you write a sentence using the word?

 

BBC Bitesize have been very busy preparing a range of excellent lessons and resources which we will be using this term.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

English

Writing Nonsense Poems

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjt296f

  1. Watch the video to learn about nonsense poetry.
  2. Read the information to learn about how to write a nonsense poem.
  3. Choose THREE random objects to base your nonsense poem on.
  4. Watch the video to hear a nonsense poem by Spike Milligan.
  5. Complete the activity about nonsense poems (attached).
  6. Write your own Nonsense Poem.  Use the tips to help you!
  7. Perform your poem to someone at home.  Create a short film of your performance and sent it on Showbie!

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

 You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the English folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Maths

Adding Decimals

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zsmmkty

  1. Watch the video to learn how to add decimals.
  2. Complete the activity on adding decimals (attached).
  3. Self-mark your work using the answers (attached).
  4. Play the Adding decimals interactive game!

I can’t wait to see your work…remember to email it or send it to me on Showbie!

You can also find the videos and activities on Showbie in the Maths folder.

Share your answers with me on Showbie!

 

Creative Afternoon:

RAINFORESTS