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Catholic Primary School
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This week we are looking at 'Jesus is Risen'.
Read the story under and complete the activities.
This weeks focus on maths-
Day 1: Fractions on a number line
Day 2: Fractions of a set of objects (1)
Day 3: Fractions of a set of objects (2)
Day 4: Fractions of a set of objects (3)
Day 5: Equivalent Fractions (1)
White Rose home learning has videos to help you understand before you try the lessons each day. You can find them on the link below. There you will also find activities and answers for each lesson. Remember to watch the video clip before you try the activity.
There is also a link to the Oak National Academy who have been doing online lessons and their current lessons link with Fractions, so you can watch these to help with further understanding.
MyMaths- Homework on Fractions has been set
Spellings have been set on Spellzone.
This week in Literacy we are focusing on poetry! We have done work on poetry before, but in case you feel unsure about some of the terms used have a look at the Powerpoint beneath to refresh yourself.
There are different activities to complete for this weeks work. The activities are on the word document and any supporting material required for that activity are underneath.
Activity 1: Looking at the poem 'The River' by Valeria Bloom.
Activity 2: Writing descriptive sentences.
Activity 3: Linking verbs.
Activity 4: Finishing and Presenting your poem
This week you have a non-fiction reading on Rivers with comprehension questions. There are different challenges which your child may pick which they feel most comfortable with.
This Friday, 1st May 2020, is National Space Day!
Have a look at the link below to find out more about our solar system.
Maybe you can make your own solar system in the form of a mobile, papier-mâché or maybe even lego!
Remember to send in pictures of what you make!
Activity 1- WALT: understand the colour wheel and show examples of contrasting colours e.g. red and green, blue and orange, purple (violet) and yellow.
You need to create your own colour wheel! You can do this with paints, pencils, pens or even collage if you like. So you can understand how colours are made. There is a video underneath which will help you. You need to think about these questions:
1. What colours are the primary colours? (These colours cannot be made by any other colour)
2. What colours are the secondary colours? (These colours are made by two other colours)
3. What colours are complimentary colours? (These colours are opposite to another one on the colour wheel)
4. What colours are cool colours?
5. What colours are warm colours?
6.What colours would work best for our topic 'Flow' which is about water?
Activity 2- WALT: Improve their mastery of art and design techniques, including drawing, painting and sculpture with a range of materials (for example, pencil, charcoal, paint, clay).
Using whatever materials you have; pens, pencils, paint, etc. You need to look at the water patterns provided.Then create their own water patterns! Think about how the lines and shapes will look and think about what pattern you would like to create.
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