We are continuing with our work on apostrophes.
Read through the powerpoint again and then complete the worksheet. You don't need to print them, you can just write the answers on a piece of paper.
Read the text and answer the questions. You do not need to print the sheets, you can write the answers on a piece of paper. You should be reading an age appropriate text for 15 minutes every day. If you do not have a book at home that you can use, then log on to Oxford Reading Buddy and choose a book from there to read.
Practise handwriting your spellings each day. Then use a dictionary or www.dictionary.com to look up the meaning of only 2 words each day. Write out the meanings.
Today's Maths lesson is the 6 times table and division facts.
Go through the powerpoint. This will help you to understand some of the questions.
Now you can complete the worksheet and challenge yourself with the true and false quiz.
You do not need to print the worksheet you can do your working out on a piece of paper
Each one of us belongs to several different communities, e.g. our family community, the school community, the area where we live etc. Think about the classroom community. What makes it work well? How does each person help make the class community a happy one? Read the story below and answer the key questions. Explain that we still belong to different communities even if we’re not allowed to meet because of Coronavirus restrictions. Look at the grid of the jobs people do in our community (see below), some may be paid, some may be as volunteers. Complete the grid with your ideas.
Follow the youtube video for your P.E workout. Just like when we have to do this in the classroom, look out for people and things around you. Stay safe.
CBBC Home Learning
If you are sharing a laptop or computer, instead of being bored, you could engage with some of the CBBC home learning programme. See the timetable below.