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Frozen Kingdoms: Read me: overview of w.b. 18.5.2020

FROZEN KINGDOMS

FROZEN KINGDOMS 1

RMS Titanic

RMS Titanic 1

Week Beginning 18.5.2020

 

Hello Class 4!

I hope you are all well and had good a good week. It was so lovely to chat to you all earlier in the week, so good to hear all your news! Thank you for all your emails - I have loved the Haikus and Cinquains I have received this week. 

 

This week's English work is all about RMS Titanic. The Titanic was a ship that set sail in 1912 and was considered 'unsinkable'. Find out all about the story of the Titanic and enjoy your research.

 

To find the recordings for the week, go to the menu bar at the top of this website and find:

Children    >    Home Learning      >       Video Centre    >     Class4

 

Maths this week is using the ISeeMaths, daily challenges, Corbett Maths 5-a-day and White Rose Maths sheets. I think the ISeeMaths videos are a really good way of helping you with your problem solvingI have also put a link for the Countdown game that Year 6 enjoy. 

 

Topic work has stayed the same, keep working on the Innovate Project Book for recording your work in. If you want to explore different books and websites to help with your learning, please do so! 

Year 5s - don't try and do all the worksheets that I have put on the website, working on the Innovate Project Book will be great!

Please remember, that I know you all work at such different speeds for all the lessons - I don't expect all of you to finish all of the work - you wouldn't in the classroom. You shouldn't spend more than 45 minutes a day on one lesson - unless you want to, if it is taking you longer than that, think about which activities would be the best ones for you to do. 

 

🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈Thank you for all you are doing. I am so proud of each one of you.🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈

Stay calm, safe and well and enjoy your home learning.

  🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈 Keep in touch, Mrs Field  🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈

Robert Falcon Scott

Robert Falcon Scott 1
Robert Falcon Scott 2

Week Beginning 27.4.2020

 

Hello Class 4!

I hope you are all well and enjoying the new Frozen Kingdoms topic. I can see from the writing that has been sent to me, that you have been reading and learning a lot about life in the Arctic and Antarctic. I have really appreciated all the pictures that have found their way onto the school blog - animal pictures; Northern Lights; models of boats - well done! Please keep sending them to me either by uploading to the blog for pictures and messages, or emailing me written work to the news@pilsley email address.

 

For this week's English work I am trying a couple of  new things that I hope you will like.

On the video centre of this website, I have recorded the introduction and first chapter of The Wolf Wilder, by Katherine Rundell. I hope it helps with your comprehension work, which you will find on the English pages, as you will be able to hear the story while you read it. 

 

To find the recordings, go to the menu bar at the top of this website and find:

Children    >    Home Learning      >       Video Centre    >     Class4

 

On the English planning sheet, you will see that there is some information about an e-book of stories and poems that is being released on Monday. I thought it would be exciting if we could write some reviews for the younger children in the school - so there will be some creative English work to complete this week.

Follow this link: https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/9-12/book-hopes/  

There also is a link for Read Write Inc. Spelling games to use too. 

 

Maths this week is using the ISeeMaths, daily challenges, Corbett Maths 5-a-day and White Rose Maths sheets. I think the ISeeMaths videos are a really good way of helping you with your problem solving - this week they are about exploring different ways of looking at multiplication and division. I have also put a link for the Countdown game that Year 6 enjoy. 

 

Topic work has stayed the same. I hope that you are able to use the Innovate Project Book for recording your work in. If you want to explore different books and websites to help with your learning, please do so! 

Year 5s - don't try and do all the worksheets that I have put on the website, working on the Innovate Project Book will be great!

Please remember, that I know you all work at such different speeds for all the lessons - I don't expect all of you to finish all of the work - you wouldn't in the classroom. You shouldn't spend more than 45 minutes a day on one lesson - unless you want to, if it is taking you longer than that, think about which activities would be the best ones for you to do. 

 

🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈Thank you for all you are doing. I am so proud of each one of you.🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈

Stay calm, safe and well and enjoy your home learning.

  🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈 Keep in touch, Mrs Field  🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈

 

 

 

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Welcome back to our Class 4 home-learning classroom! We hope you have all had a wonderful Easter and were able to enjoy some Easter chocolate.

It seems funny that, while we have been enjoying the spring sunshine, our next topic is called Frozen Kingdoms - it’s all about the polar regions of the earth: the Arctic and Antarctic. It’s a fascinating topic – and there is loads to learn.

 

PLEASE READ THE DOCUMENTS ON THIS PAGE FIRST!

Day 1 is an introduction day (see below), then start your Maths, English, Science and Topic work on Day 2.

FROZEN KINGDOMS: ORGANISING YOUR WORK

FROZEN KINGDOMS: INTRODUCTION - DAY 1

Websites for Frozen Kingdoms

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