# Dont worry team Weve got this Weve been

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Don’t worry, team! We’ve got this! We’ve been an amazing team this far, so let’s keep going. We can support and build each other up : )

Feel free to include photos so we can cheer each other on! I will still be using Dojo points etc. I will create a familiar feeling set of resources, but with an even higher interactive feeling. These can be sent as photos, notes on scrap paper, or emailed as sentences. I will not be setting the usual load I would as there are many other pressures on your time. I will instead be concentrating on short bursts of skills.

Tuesday

Maths

Morning Warm Up: What score can you get on Hit The Button for mixed times tables? https: //www. topmarks. co. uk/mathsgames/hit-the-button (Feel free to choose an appropriate level of challenge here. )

Main Maths: We are looking at how to choose the right methods for word problems. See if you can have a go at some of these. . .

Four Operation challenges… As I always explain to you guys, choose whatever level of challenge suits you per day. You might feel super confident in telling the time, but want a safer start in fractions of amounts. Work with where you feel confident, and build it up! Deeper Deepest

Tuesday 24 th March 2020 Four Operations challenges… 1. How many cars can you see from a window in your house (or find a picture online)? If each of those cars had four people inside, how many people would there be? 1. If I have 124 Skittles in my family pack, and I have to share them between me and my mum, how many would we get each? 1. Roll the dice to create two 3 digit numbers, now use the column method to subtract the smaller number from the bigger number. https: //freeonlinedice. com/ Extension: Create your own word problem for me that I need to solve!

Tuesday 24 th March 2020 Four Operations challenges… 1. How many cars can you see from a window in your house (or find a picture online)? If each of those cars had four people inside, how many people would there be? How about if there was the same on 12 streets around you? 1. If there was 1500 Skittles in a big batch, and there needs to be 300 in each family pack, how many packs could I make? 1. Roll the 12 sided dice to create two 4 digit numbers, now use the column method to subtract the smaller number from the bigger number. https: //freeonlinedice. com/ Extension: Create your own word problem for me that I need to solve!

Tuesday 24 th March 2020 Four Operations challenges… 1. How many cars can you see from a window in your house (or find a picture online)? If each of those cars had four people inside, how many people would there be? How about if there was the same on 12 streets around you? 1. If there was 1500 Skittles in a big batch, and there needs to be 300 in each family pack, how many packs could I make? 1. Roll the 12 sided dice to create two 4 digit numbers, now use the column method to subtract the smaller number from the bigger number. https: //freeonlinedice. com/ Extension: Create your own word problem for me that I need to solve!

English

Writing: We are practicing our speaking and listening skills with Poetry Off By Heart.

Tuesday 24 th March 2020 I can highlight the prepositions.

Escape at Bedtime The lights from the parlour and kitchen shone out Through the blinds and the windows and bars; And high overhead and all moving about, There were thousands of millions of stars. There ne'er were such thousands of leaves on a tree, Nor of people in church or the Park, As the crowds of the stars that looked down upon me, And that glittered and winked in the dark.

Escape at Bedtime The lights from the parlour and kitchen shone out Through the blinds and the windows and bars; And high overhead and all moving about, There were thousands of millions of stars. There ne'er were such thousands of leaves on a tree, Nor of people in church or the Park, As the crowds of the stars that looked down upon me, And that glittered and winked in the dark.

Tuesday 24 th March 2020 I can highlight the prepositions. For Christmas Dinner By Tess Harvester On Christmas night With son and daughter Down the steps to the lobby floor Out the glass doors to slanted Hyde Street Into the dark and the rain Under a wide umbrella Toward the black, infinite San Francisco Bay. Onto Jefferson Street to Fisherman’s Wharf Among the wooden stalls In between the yelling crab vendors With their buttoned coats, tied scarves, and rugged hands, Near the steam from boiling pots Among the whiffs of salt and fish Past the rows of scales, claws, and tentacles. Under the murky sky Between the wet, unsheltered tables Through the growing puddles Beside the street lamps reflected on the slick pavement Past the shadows in store windows Across a gray and vacant lot Toward the yellow lights of Boudin Bakery. Out from the rain Toward the displays of platters and pottery Into the shelves of Christmas tree and snowman-shaped breads Over the pots of white, lumpy soups Amid the fragrances of butter and cream Next to the banisters lit with Christmas lights and garlands To the cashier with ruddy cheeks. Under the dripping sky once more In wet socks and squeaking shoes Past porch lights of Beach Street Up slanted Hyde Street Through the cold doors of the hotel Into a room with a table By a cosy fire With bags of crab, clam chowder and sourdough bread.

Extension: Share some photos of you around your house showing different prepositions!

Topic

https: //www. bbc. co. uk/bitesize/topics/zxsbcdm/resources/1 Use these BBC Clips and any other good books or resources you find to learn all about the Anglo Saxons. Throughout this topic, you will be creating something of your choice to show what you’ve learned about. It could be a model, a book, a story, a film, (or a mixture of these things) anything that helps you express yourself best!