Monday 1st June

Happy Monday, Lions.

Today is the start of a new month and another week of home learning.

You should have all received a new home learning pack by now and I will continue to post daily work on here.

 

Read, Write Inc

Continue to follow the online lessons. Click on the youtube lessons.

https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/find-out-more/help-during-school-closure/

You can find the books here

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-school/oxford-owl-ebook-collection?

 

Reading

Orange group

Read the text and then answer the questions.

  1. What vibrates inside your ear to send the sound signals into your body?
  2. What unit is pitch measured in?
  3. What unit is volume measured in?
  4. What is another name for the stirrup bone inside your ear?
  5. What is the speed of sound in air?
  6. Can bats hear higher pitched noises than humans?
  7. How would you play a guitar string louder?
  8. Why has the author put (little wobbles) in brackets next to the word ‘vibrations’ in the first sentence?
  9. Sound needs air or other particles for it to move for it to work. In space there is a vacuum and no particles. Do you think we can hear sound in space?
  10. Thinking about noise levels, what safety kit does a Formula 1 driver need?

 

Now mark your work.

 

Green, blue and purple groups

Read the text then answer the questions

 

  1. What vibrates inside your ear to send the sound signals into your body?
  2. What unit is pitch measured in?
  3. What unit is volume measured in?
  4. What is another name for the stirrup bone inside your ear?
  5. What is the speed of sound in water?
  6. Can bats hear higher pitched noises than humans?
  7. How would you play a guitar string more quietly?
  8. Why has the author used an exclamation mark in the first sentence?
  9. Thinking about how sound travels through the air, can you think why there is no sound in space?
  10. Thinking about noise levels, what safety kit does a Formula 1 driver need?

Now mark your work.

Writing

 

Which animal would be suited to working in the health clinic?

Can you give suggestions as to the occupations of the other animals in the picture?

If you could have any job, what would it be and why?

If you could be any animal, what would it be and why?

What problems might they encounter in Animal Town that humans don’t encounter in human towns?

Are there any similar problems that both animals and humans experience?

Would animals be better off without humans? Would humans be better off without animals?

 

 

Use verbs and adverbs to describe what each of the animals in the picture are doing.

Eg. The zebra meanders lethargically across the road.  Nonchalantly, the orangutan lounges on the bench.

Experiment by using adverbs in different places in your sentences.

 

 

Maths

Orange group

  1. 823 + 100
  2. 537 – 100
  3. 92 – 70
  4. 471 + 500
  5. 569 – 300
  6. 628 + 291
  7. 734 – 474
  8. 3 x 12
  9. 72 ÷ 8
  10. 37 x 3
  11. 79 x 4
  12. 56 ÷ 4
  13. 3/10 + 1/10
  14. 2/3 – 1/3

 

Green, blue and purple groups

  1. 387 + 100
  2. 153 – 100
  3. 759 + 80
  4. 588 – 500
  5. 92 x 4
  6. 75 ÷ 3
  7. 5/12 + 5/12
  8. 5/6 – 1/6
  9. 8210 + 1000
  10. 9217 – 1000
  11. 5634 + 2388
  12. 8229 – 346
  13. 11 x 10
  14. 34 ÷ 1
  15. 792 x 4
  16. 479 x 6
  17. 7/10 + 9/10
  18. 17/20 – 11/20
  19. 7.82 + 0.08
  20. 9.3 – 0.7
  21. 24 ÷ 10
  22. 51 ÷ 100
  23. 4/5 of 20
  24. 5.87 – 3.6

Answers tomorrow

 

Keep reading and practising your times tables.

Be kind,

 

Miss P x