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Monday

Maths

Today you have a choice of two lessons depending on how much you understand about working with time.

Lesson 1 is a revision of work that you did in year 3 on telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes. Some of you will remember the videos by Amber (who I think looks like Bea in 4D!). She explains what you need to know very well. Then do the worksheets for Lesson 1.

Lesson 2 is for those of you who can already tell the time on an analogue clock. It's about reading analogue and 12 hour digital clocks.

Note for parents: Please do not try to do both lessons select the one that best suits your child.

Lesson 1

In this video, the numbers on the clock face are shown ‘stretched out’ on a number line. This is because clock faces are just a number line really bent around to made into a circle.

Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Worksheets - all have the same questions

English

Date: Monday 1st March 2021

LO: To explore imagery in a poem

Today we are working on a poem called 'Sun is laughing' by Grace Nichols. The link to the poem is in the link below, along with the tasks you need to complete. There is nothing you need to print out today. Put the date and LO in your book and work through the tasks. You may want to do the pictures on plain paper and stick them in your book.

Environmental project

*This project is expected to take you the equivalent of 3 afternoon lessons (similar to the Geography project on South America). You have today, tomorrow and Wednesday to do this*

We would like you to research some environmental problems and how they have an affect on climate change. When you have done this, your challenge is to think about what can be done to solve those problems and suggest a solution.

You can choose how to present your ideas. Here are some examples:

• an eye-catching poster
• a written report
• a video report
• a design made using recyclable materials
• a PowerPoint Presentation
• a video or iMovie – could you use some of your Stop Motion skills in it?