Please have a go at today's arithmetic task. You may take as long as you need on the questions.
For your PE lesson, please look at the two options.
Option 1: A tennis lesson. It will explain the equipment that you will need in the video but they are house hold items - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mOdlZKlmr8&feature=youtu.be
Option 2: A dance lesson. It is a dance lesson based on dancing around the world. Today's country is the USA. There is also a worksheet which includes interesting facts and activities about the USA - https://www.activenotts.org.uk/usa
This week in maths, we will be continuing with our topic - Statistics.
For maths today, we will be learning about tables. You will learn how to read the data on the tables and how to use the data to answer the questions. Some of the questions are tricky so try your best!
Please watch the video which will help you to complete the worksheet.
For our English lesson today, we will be reading the second half of our book 'The Stone Age Boy'. Again, the book is on a PowerPoint. This will give you a chance to practice your reading. You may read each page of the book or you can click on the audio speaker to listen to Miss Earle reading it.
Today's lesson is very similar to yesterday's lesson.
Once you have finished reading the second half of the book. I would like you to pick out 4 key events which have taken place. Using these events, you will need to create a story board. This will help you to remember what has happened in the story.
In the top half of the box, you will draw a neat and detailed picture which links to the event. In the bottom half of the book, please write a detailed and descriptive paragraph about the key event. You will need to use expanded noun phrases and subordinating conjunctions. Please use the template to help you.
For your Art lesson, I would like you to make your own Stone Age jewellery using a range of materials. Please look at the pictures to give you an idea about what Stone Age jewellery looks like.
Stone Age jewellery was made out of animal bones. They would use a flint knife to shape the bone and create a hole to put the string through.
Here is a step by step guide of how to make Stone Age jewellery out of salt dough: https://www.imagininghistory.co.uk/post/stone-age-jewellery-craft