Spring 2 Week 2 (1st - 5th March)
Daily 10 mental maths questions: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10
TT Rock stars: https://ttrockstars.com
Use the link below to access Scratch Programming.
Use the weblinks below to create a time line for the Shang Dynasty. Remember to include any significant events and important Kings and Queens.
Can you find out what was happening in Britain whilst the Shang Dynasty was in China?
Watch the video clips about Planets in our Solar System:
The Solar System: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zdrrd2p/articles/ztsqj6f
The Rocky Planets: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zdrrd2p/articles/ztsdj6f
The Gas Planets: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zdrrd2p/articles/zqrvbk7
Use the Planet fact cards below to learn more about the Planets in our Solar System.
Label the Planets on the worksheet below and research an interesting fact for each.
Can you find out which Planet is closest/furthest away from the sun?
Which planet is the biggest/smallest?
Planet Fact Cards
Watch the video on the link below and answer the following questions:
1) Why did Jesus go to Jerusalem?
2) How did the people of Jerusalem welcome Jesus?
3) Why do you think the people of Jerusalem welcomed Jesus?
Have a think about who your hero would be, draw a picture of them and explain why they inspire you.
How would you welcome them if they came to visit your town?
CGP Comprehension Book, pg.30-31, The Wolves of Willoughby Chase.
CPG Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, pg. 50-51, Comma Practice.
Read Act Two: Scenes 6-11 of the Oliver Play Script.
Plan a diary entry written in the role of Oliver at the end of the play. Use the information below to help you.
1) Summarise the key events during the final scenes of the play
(Act Two: Scene 6-11)
What is the main event?
2) Use the writing frame to plan what to include in your diary entry.
3) Find examples in the text to help you understand Oliver’s emotions.
Oliver Play Script
Oliver Diary Entry Plan
CGP Targeted Question Book, pg.54-55, Solving Time and Measurement Problems.
CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, Pg. 52-53, Brackets for extra information.
Learning Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZJbRaA3LUI
Use the plan you completed yesterday to help you write you write your diary entry.
Follow the structure on your plan to help you:
Introduction: Who, What, Where, When
Main Events and More Detail
Remember to write in chronological order, use first person and past tense.
CGP Targeted Question Book, pg.56-57, 3D Shapes.
For interactive 3D shape games, click the links below.
CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, Pg. 54-55, Dashes for extra information.
Learning Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEl2qGZLuA0
Fill in the stage directions worksheet to understand where actions might be performed on stage. Pretend you are stood onstage as you write it, stage directions are always written in the perspective of the actor.
Read the extract and write it into a play script format, remember to include all the play script key features.
Stage Directions Worksheet
Format a Playscript
CGP Targeted Question Book, pg.58-59, Angles. For questions which require a protractor, an estimation can be given.
Below there are links to interactive angle games.
CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, Pg. 56-57, Apostrophes for missing letters.
Learning Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FQUPHPMoOY
Choose a chapter or extract from your favourite fairytale/book e.g., Cinderella with the fairy godmother. You can find an extract online or choose one from a book you already have.
The weblink below might help if you’re struggling to find a story:
Use the plan below to set out how you would adapt the chapter/extract into a scene from a play script.
Play Script Writing Plan
CGP Targeted Question Book, pg.60-61, Angle Rules
Interactive Game Links Below.
CGP Comprehension Book, pg.32-33, The School Herald.
CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, Pg. 58, Apostrophes for plural possession.
Learning Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNFPnVz7JB4
Use the plan you filled in yesterday to adapt your chosen story into a scene from a play script. Remember to include all the key features of a play script and use punctuation in the dialogue so the characters know when to pause.
CGP 10 Minute Workout Book, pg. 10-11, Autumn Term Workout 5.
CGP Targeted Question Book, pg. 62-63, Angles and Sides of Rectangles.