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Tuesday 23rd

Maths

 

L/O: Fractions S/C: Adding Mixed Numbers

Children move on to adding two fractions where one or both are mixed numbers or an improper fraction. They will use a method of adding the wholes and then adding the parts. Children will record their answer in its simplest form. Children can still draw models to represent adding fractions.

Work through the following two methods of adding mixed numbers. Children to copy and complete examples in their books so they can choose which method they prefer when doing independent work later in the lesson.

 

Practise the methods above and create 5 more examples of your own to complete. Remember to add the whole number first, then convert the fractions so the denominator is the same and then add the fractions.

Common denominators & adding fractions

English

 

Success Criteria:  I can read books that are structured in different ways.

 

Starter: Look at the picture of a fantasy world. How many adjectives or noun phrases can pupils generate to describe the scene?

 

Look at the images of evacuee children during World War 2. Discuss with a person at home what was happening at this time and the effect it had on families and children in particular.

The book we are exploring this half term is The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, which tells of four brothers and sisters who were evacuated from the city to a large house in the country with lots of rooms to explore. In one of these rooms, there stands a large wardrobe which opens a door on a whole new world.

 

Read Chapter 1: Arriving at the professor’s house.

Task 1: Explore the characters of the four children in the story. Use the table provided to write down interesting fact your find out, or character traits of each of the children. What do we know about each of them through what they say and how they behave? Note character names and characteristics in your table.

Task 2: Recall the sequence from when Lucy steps into the wardrobe to arriving at the lamp post.  Explore how conjunctions of time are used to move the narrative forward.

Task 3: ‘magpie’ time conjunctions from this section and consider the impact of each. Challenge - to extend by finding an appropriate synonym for each, focusing on whether the new word is close enough in meaning to the original.

English Tuesday 23rd February

Guided Reading

Complete a word search task based on Raider’s Peril below:

Physical Education (PE)

 

Log in to Jasmine realPE https://real.jasmineactive.com/login (Username: YearFive1234 Password: different1787)

Select KS2 and then click on the Jumping and landing icon. Work through the red skills from the video and then have a go at the challenges underneath the video as well J

Religious Education (RE)

 

Go through the PowerPoint about Holy Week. Make notes for the key events and information you learn.

Use the worksheet to put the events in the correct order.

Peterbrook Primary School, High Street, Solihull Lodge, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 1HR

Tel: +44(0)121 4302545 office@peterbrook.solihull.sch.uk

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