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Robin Class - Friday 8th January

Dear Robin Class,

I hope you enjoyed a nice gentle start with yesterday’s learning.  On Monday afternoon at 2.15pm we will have our first Microsoft Teams session which I am really looking forward to. Our second session is the following day at 11am.  I am not going to give you lots of work to do then but it will give us all a chance to catch up with each other. I haven’t used Teams before so I am quite nervous about it.

Have a good weekend.

Mr Spencer

Mathematics

Year 3

Today you will be comparing statements.  To do this successfully you will need to calculate both sides of the calculation to find out which side is bigger or are they the same. Remember that…

1. You can look at the attached PowerPoint and complete the work on a piece of paper.

Year_3_Comparing_Statements_PowerPoint

2. If you have a printer, you can ask an adult to print the worksheet for you.

Year_3_Comparing_Statements

3. There is a video on this lesson which you might find useful. The link for the video is here:

https://vimeo.com/485433674

Year 4

Today you will be looking at factor pairs.  These are the pairs of numbers which multiply together to make a given number.  If I were to ask you what pairs of numbers multiply to make the number 8, the answers are 1 x 8 and 2 x 4.

1. You can look at the attached PowerPoint and complete the work on a piece of paper.

Year_4_Factor_Pairs_PowerPoint

2. If you have a printer you can ask an adult to print the worksheet for you.

Year_4_Factor_Pairs

3. There is a video on this lesson which you might find useful. The link for the video is here:

https://vimeo.com/491282075

Topic

Yesterday you identified countries around Europe and found out what they are famous for. I would love to hear some of what you found out on Monday.

How well do you know the seas and oceans of Europe?

Using the same map as yesterday I have blanked out all of the different seas and oceans. I will be honest with you and say that I struggled to name some of them and some I had never even heard of.

Using an atlas - ask an adult if you have one at home and if not you could use google maps – try to identify all of the different seas and oceans.

I have numbered the seas from 1 – 17. Please start with number 1 and work your way upwards. They get more difficult as they go, at least for me they do. William I’m sure you’ll enjoy this!

This would be a really fun activity to do with an adult at home as everyone loves a quiz. You can find all of the correct answers from the map in yesterday’s learning. Good luck.

Physical Education (PE)

Please continue to use the activity tracker sheet I gave you yesterday. If you managed 20 minutes yesterday, can you do 25 minutes today?

From next week onwards we will start a unit of Dance. To start thinking about how you might move like the power of volcanoes please watch the following video.

www.sciencekids.co.nz/videos/earth/amazingvolcanoes.html

  • What did you think of the video?
  • Which parts were most impressive?
  • Can you move a part of your body in a way that mirrors your favourite part?

For me, the sight of the lava destroying the car really impressed me. I think I might shuffle my feet in small steps for the lava coming up to the car and then stamp my feet as it starts to destroy it.

Don't forget, there are lots more links to activities here on the 'Home Learning' page of our website:

www.st-peters-sch.uk/Our-Learning/home-learning 

Prior Learning

Thursday 7th January