Home Learning WC 18th May 2020
Hello everyone! Please see below the home learning for this final week before half term.
Maths (Summer Term Week 2)
Click on the links below to take you to the lessons and the activities.
This week, we are thinking about a brilliant book called 'The Bluest of Blues' by Fiona Robinson. Click on each session below to show you the activity.
Please continue to support Peter Gladwin in our virtual school games competition. Click on the picture below to either see this week's challenge or to sign up. Remember to also send in your scores each Friday. We came 7th out of 32 primary schools in the football challenge! Well done PGS!
Home Learning WC 4th May
Please see below this week's maths and English.
Maths (Summer Term Week 1)
This week focuses mainly on the relationship between fractions and decimals. Click on the links below to access the activities and videos.
Here is another booklet from 'Talk for Writing'. It has a fabulous range of activities, which can be done over the next two weeks. This booklet is all about aliens! Click on the picture below to take you to the booklet. As always, I would love you to email me some of your short burst writing or final stories from this booklet.
It is so important to keep our body active as well as our mind! Keep up the daily exercise. See below for some activities this week:
- PE with Joe - an excellent way to start the day. Each day you do it makes you fitter and stronger! Click here to take you to his YouTube page.
- Sussex Virtual School Games - join in to help Peter Gladwin compete against other schools in Sussex. Each week there are new activities for you to do at home. Your effort is helping our school get more points! Click here for more information.
Home Learning WC 27th April
Maths (Week 2)
These next 5 lessons take you through dividing by 10 and 100 and also explores hundredths. Click on the links below to take you to the videos and the activity sheets.
|Recognising tenths and hundredths||Lesson 1 Activity|
Click on the picture below to access the booklet. Here you will find a series of activities to do with your child. This may take longer than a week, which is fine - the important thing is that your child enjoys and remembers the learning, and tries to produce something they are proud of!
Reading - please keep up with your reading at home. Here are a few activities you can do with the book you are currently reading:
- Character Profile - create a character profile of the main character and include a drawing of them, a description of their characteristics, who else they link to in the story, what they like/dislike and a set of questions you would like to ask them.
- Sentence Hunter - find 5 sentences in your story that contain a relative clause (a clause that starts with 'who, which etc).
- Vocabulary Detective - Find 5 words that you are unfamiliar with. Find out what they mean (using a dictionary or Google), write the definition in your home learning books and then write the word in a sentence of your own (to show you understand how to use it in context).
Looking forward to seeing all of your super home learning for our new topic. It's one of my favourites. Click on the icon to see the topic grid.
Topic Related Home Learning for 'Out of Africa'
Maths Home Learning
TT ROCKSTARS - Keep practising - challenge your friends and family!
Multiplication and Division - remember to use your part/whole models. Remember to use your expanded or compacted column layout.
Remember to follow the steps. Use concrete equipment or draw models to support you.
English Home Learning
Writing an Information Report
- Watch the film clip about wolves (click below).
- Work through the daily lessons.
3. Choose your own African savannah animal to research, and write an information report. Present it as a book, a powerpoint presentation or the page of an information book. Don't forget to send in photos of your work!
Science Home Learning (States of Matter)
Make It Rain!
English Home Learning
Weekly spellings to follow. Click on the image below for spellings we are learning in class.
Click on the pencils for spellings.