Home Learning 19.1.21

Good morning and happy Tuesday!

How are your challenges going? Mrs Powell is now on her 3rd book since Christmas – quite an achievement and Mrs Hewitt wanted to share how she is getting on:

Remember to share your individual challenge and achievements!

Any one watching skating on ice? Masked singer – who is sausage!? The voice?

We’ve been keeping an eye out for other types of learning you may want to check out!

I have just spent far too long looking at this website:

https://explore.org/livecams

There are lots of live cams of different animals in zoos and elsewhere. Let us know what you think.

Timestable Rockstars has been updated with some new times tables this week for you to have a go at!

If you’re still unsure how to access it remember to use your accelerated reader username and password – if you click on play at the top these games will appear on your page. Some of you have done amazingly well on it – as you can see I’m still a ‘new artist’ so need to practice lots!

Today’s Learning:

Maths:

Warm Up:

15 divided by 3

21 divided by 7

64 divided by 8

121 divided by 11

248 divided by 4

Today we are going to be looking at adding onto negative numbers – some of you may have had a go at this during yesterdays work.

Let’s look at this example:

-12 + 4 =

This is very straightforward and you can use your number line from yesterday to help you. Just remember that the numbers go down and not up as you’re adding a positive number.

So -11, -10, -9, -8

-8 is our answer!

Have a go yourself:

-23 + 6 =

You can also find addition problems involving negative numbers where what you’re adding crosses past 0 and into the positive numbers for example:

-5 + 7

This works the same as the other additions just remember to include 0 in your counting.

-4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2

Have a go:

-6 + 12

Task:

Ch1:

  1. -5 + 4
  2. -3 + 2
  3. -10 + 4
  4. -6 + 3
  5. -12 + 4
  6. -15 + 3
  7. -7 + 4
  8. -8 + 3
  9. -9 + 4
  10. -20 + 5

Ch2:

  1. -24 + 16
  2. -34 + 21
  3. -13 + 12
  4. -54 + 34
  5. -34 + 23
  6. -12 + 11
  7. -65 + 15
  8. -31 + 21
  9. -53 + 12
  10. -46 + 43

Ch3:

  1. – 325 + 342
  2. -436 + 747
  3. -212 + 231
  4. -531 + 214
  5. -444 + 221
  6. -211 + 431
  7. -101 + 212
  8. -325 + 245
  9. -453 + 673
  10. -513 + 212

Extension:

English:

Warm Up:

How many words can you think of instead of ‘said’?

Watch the video to remind yourself of your story:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4z8woLZskRQ&t=4s

Add to your notes from yesterday with anything you notice.

Today you are going to be writing a setting description. To do this watch the video and take note of the surroundings. This description will be used in your final story on Friday. You need to make sure you include adjectives and similes.

Send in your setting descriptions – I’m looking forward to you bringing the story to life!

Daily Maths:

Choose a number: 58/436/5372.2

  1. Write in words
  2. x100
  3. +45 – 23
  4. find 1/2
  5. divide by 10
  6. x7
  7. _________ + ? = 8934.3
  8. Write in Roman numerals
  9. -32
  10. Beyonce went on a shopping spree and bought _________ shoes. Each pair of shoes cost £4. How much money did she spend?

Timestable Rockstars! Can’t wait to see how you’re getting on!

Art:

Continuing our learning focusing on Andy Goldsworthy’s art can you try and collect as many colours by using natural materials? Use this colour chart to help you:

Colour Chart March 2019 | DSI London


Now present what you have found in any way you wish, what picture can you create out of the materials

Here are some images for inspiration!

Have a great day everyone!

Mrs Powell & Mrs Hewitt