Home Learning – 30.3.20

Hello everyone!

Hope you have all had a lovely weekend and are feeling refreshed and ready for another week!

This week I want you to think about how you can use your 6Rs in your learning or around the house. It will be great to hear from your adults when we go back how you’ve been doing this!


Today’s maths is some Daily Math’s questions. Use a calculator or ask a parent to check your answers.

Ch1: 84

Ch2: 358

Ch3: 6732

  1. add 15.6 subtract 2.4
  2. subtract 35.5 add 7.6
  3. divide by 10
  4. write in words
  5. write in Roman Numerals
  6. divide by 7 (write as a remainder or as a decimal)
  7. find 1/5
  8. add 5 squared
  9. James’ film lasted ________ minutes. How many hours and minutes is this?
  10. There were _________ letters shared out equally between 4 people. How many letters did each person get and how many were left undelivered.

(If some of these questions are too difficult either leave them or ask an adult to help you)


Visit www.pobble365.com.

Either use today’s picture or choose another one using the arrows – just remember which picture you have chosen as you will be revisiting this picture. You will need to choose a picture with at least one character in it.

Use adjectives/adverbs/similes/metaphors to describe this picture. You could do this using a mind-map. Include some potential story ideas and some short sentences you could include in writing a story about this picture.


What is gravity?

Watch this short video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf66fg8/articles/zqbm3k7

Have a go at the ‘fill in the gaps’ activity below the video and have a go at explaining to an adult or sibling what gravity is without looking at your notes – you may want to have a look at some other videos such as this one:¬†https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljRlB6TuMOU to help you with your explanation!

Have a great Monday everyone! Speak soon!

Mrs Powell & Mrs Harvey