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Home Learning - Week 12

    ANOTHER GREAT MORNING WELCOMING BACK                     SOME MORE OF YOUR  FRIENDS

            CAN YOU GUESS WHICH FRIEND IS BEHIND THE PHOTOGRAPH

 

                               

 

                             

 

 

 

             SO EXCITING TO SEE SOME OF OUR CHILDREN BACK IN CLASS

                                         THANK YOU

                  CAN YOU GUESS WHO IS BEHIND THE PHOTOGRAPHS!!!!

 

      

 

Jump on board the Lansdowne Lugger

and get ready for a voyage of discovery 

Monday

 

Literacy

 

Ave you land lubbers worked out what we be learning about tis week - eh?

Aye, tis

 

Watch the video below or Captain Campbell will make you walk the plank

 

 

Now you orrible bunch of kiddos

  • Make yourself a mind map of what you know about Pirates and what you'd like to find out
  • Don't forget to send it in to Captain Campbell or First Mate Colley or you'll be eating stale fish for a week!

 

   

Maths

 

All groups - 10 mins mental warm up - you will need to recall your previous learning even numbers to complete the sequencing activity below.  Watch the clip first to have a refresh on even numbers.

  

 

Click on picture below to open, then click on sequencing button and follow numbers for your group.

Stars & Hexagons - sequencing even numbers 0 to 100   

Diamonds & Hearts - sequencing even numbers 0 to 20

     

 

All groups - click on the picture for your group.

 

   Use your number knowledge and thinking skills to solve the problems!

 

                   SOLVING PROBLEMS IS LIKE BEING A DETECTIVE -

           IT MAY TAKE A LITTLE TIME TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY!

 

 Stars & Hexagons - you will need knowledge of odd numbers from previous learning, see clip above.

   

 

Diamonds - remember you can use objects to help you solve if needed!

  

 

Hearts - remember you can use objects to help you solve if needed!

  

 

 

 

Topic

  • Make your very own Pirate Pete
  • Click on the picture and follow the instructions
  • Can you make a whole crew of Pirates?
  • Why not make them look like your friends?

 

    

Tuesday

Literacy

 

  •  Hey ship mates, can you find the hidden pirate words in the word search for your crew
  • Ask an adult if you don't know what the word means.
  • 50 pieces of silver and a bottle of rum for the first one to send me your work

 

Gruffalos & Incredibles.                      BillyGoats                          Buzz lightyears

                                

 

 

  • Test your skills matey's and find the golden booty on me Pirate Game
  • It be taking a while to load but it be worth it!

     

    

Maths

 

All groups - 10 mins mental warm up - you will need to recall your previous learning even numbers to complete the sequencing activity below.  Watch the clip first to have a refresh on even numbers.

 

 

Click on picture below to open, then click on sequencing button and follow numbers for your group, then play the caterpillar fine motor game.

Stars & Hexagons - sequencing even numbers 0 to 100   

Diamonds & Hearts - sequencing even numbers 0 to 20

 

           

 

You are going to continue to use your thinking skills to solve problems.  Watch the clip below, can you spot the clues to help solve the problem with the knight? Then complete the activity for your group.

 

 

 

All groups - find objects, sweets or pieces of paper to use as your blocks of gold as you try to solve. Make sure you follow the rule. 

 

   Let us know how you solved it in an email.

 

 

 

 Stars & Hexagons - extension activity

  

 

 

Topic

  • Watch the video below carefully Matey's
  • Then tell an adult 3 things that you have learnt about pirates from the video.
  • Get the adult to write it down in your books.

  • Here's a funny Pirate Poem for yee to read and learn.

 

   

Wednesday

 

Literacy

Ahoy there Matey's Captain Campbell do say, that I is to train ye to be Pirates

  • Watch the video's below to be finding out bout the words we is sayin and what they be meanin.
  • After me hearties, ye be needing to write a list of what we Pirates say and ye be needing to learn em in ye best pirate voice

 

                    

 

 

Maths

 

 

All groups - 10 mins mental warm up - you will need to recall your previous learning even numbers to complete the sequencing activity below.  Watch the clip first to have a refresh on even numbers.

 

 

Click on picture below to open, then click on sequencing button and follow numbers for your group, then play the caterpillar fine motor game.

Stars & Hexagons - sequencing even numbers 0 to 100   

Diamonds & Hearts - sequencing even numbers 0 to 20

 


Two fun games to play

     

 

All groups - click on the pictures below and see if you can solve the treasure problem.  If you want to make the problem a little easier to solve use sweets, pasta or buttons as coins.  Remember you will first need to know your odd numbers, see warm up clip for a refresh if needed.

 

     

 

       Can you solve this shape colour riddle?

  

Topic

 Click on the picture below to play the Pirate adventure game

 

 

Don't ye be forgetin to learn ye Pirate Poem!

 

 

Thursday

 

Boris - you were the first to complete the challenge and send it to me

Look out for your 50 pieces of silver and your bottle of rum!

Literacy

Activity

LO: To adopt a role using appropriate language.

 

Ahoy me hearties, today is the last chance ye be having to learn to speak like a pirate. 

But first, ye be needing to create a Pirate name

Click on the picture below and follow the instructions 

  

 

Now, learn the phrases in ' How to Talk like a Pirate' and in the mirror practice with your best pirate face and voice. "Arrgh"

 

              

 

 

Maths

 

All groups - 10 mins mental warm up - you will need to recall your previous learning of even numbers to complete the sequencing activity below.  Watch the clip first to have a refresh on even numbers.

 

 

Click on picture below to open, then click on sequencing button and follow numbers for your group.

Stars & Hexagons - sequencing even numbers 0 to 100   

Diamonds & Hearts - sequencing even numbers 0 to 20

 

 

HOW DID YOU DO YESTERDAY WITH THE PROBLEM SOLVING?

 

All groups - click on picture for your group and use your addition and subtraction skills to solve the word problems.  TOP TIPS!!!!

 

Read the problem then decide if you are going to be taking away or adding!

Then write the problem out in a number sentence using correct symbols, either + or -

You can use objects to help you solve or your skills in using a number line or 100 square to count on or back.

 

               Stars                           Hexagons & Diamonds                  Hearts

                           

   

Topic

 Now ye scurvy dogs, if ye wantin to be a Pirate ye ave to be fit an strong.

 Listen to the directions and put ye body to the test

 

    

 

Don't ye be forgetin to learn ye Pirate Poem!

Friday

 

Literacy

Activity

LO: To adopt a role using appropriate language.

Now then ye landlubbers, it's your chance to hop onboard the Lansdowne galleon and set sail for the seven seas. But first ye need to prove ye can be a pirate! 

  • Find ye best Pirate attire (clothes) and put em on
  • Den, using what be learnin all week, video yourself bein a Pirate and talkin like a pirate do. Send the video to Cap'in Campbell or First Mate Colley and we'll let you know if you made the crew.
  • Good luck me hearties- we can't wait to see you.

 

Maths

 

All groups – Big Maths CLIC sheet, this sheet is not timed and less able readers will sometimes need help reading the questions. 

 

Last week I asked you to ask a parent to time you on the addition sheet.  How did you do? Can you do any better this week?  Remember it doesn’t matter how long it takes you, you are making a record of the time so that you can assess yourself on your mental recall of addition facts over the next few weeks. 

      non-timed                               timed

      

 

Extension challenge - only do this if you are able to complete all 17 answers correctly on the timed addition sheet above in 2 minutes or less.

 

      

Topic

 

Here be a brilliant Pirate game that we play on board the ship, have some fun and get other members of the crew to join in as well.

Start off with only a few actions then as the crew learn the commands add in extra ones.

If they be really good, try giving 3 commands in one go!

 

  

 

  

 

Have a great weekend everyone

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