In numeracy today we are recapping division. There are two different ways to solve division calculations, we can 'share' or we can 'group'. The links below will remind you how to do both.
Learn about the exciting city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, including the major sights, some traditions and the Rio carnival.
Music time... Click the link to sing, play or clap along with different songs.
Welcome back, I hope you had a lovely week off in the sunshine!
To do some activities around the 10 times table click here...
Here are some activities to help you practise the 5 times table too...
Here you can practise using different sentence types such as questions and exclamative sentences.
Finally, some history...
Click the link to learn about the life, actions and achievements of Mohandas Gandhi.
I will upload more activities on Thursday this week but don't forget you can check out Bbc Bitesize whenever you like for new activities!
Click the link to learn about Australia including the Northern Territory, the Great Barrier Reef and the wider continent of Oceania.
Have a go at the three challenges below. Click the link to the website to see the answers once you've had a go. I wonder if you can get all 3 correct?!
Have a lovely spring bank holiday! Enjoy!
Today's challenge: Can you write a review of your favourite book or film?
Tell me who the main characters are and what happens.
What is your favourite bit? Why?
What is your least favourite bit?
Why don't you recommend your book to someone else? Who do you think might enjoy it?
Check out this video for some handy tips on how to write your review.
Check out this video of Pheonix giving her book review.
Maybe you could have a go at presenting and recording your book review as an extra challenge once you have had a go at writing it.
Click the links for some more activities...
Here you will find some activities to practise bonds to 100. E.g. 40 + 60 = 100
Perhaps you would like to practise multiplication. This link will take you to some activities.
This link will take you to a reading challenge. Listen to the video and then complete the activities.
Finally why not learn about another famous person in History. Click the link to find out about the life of Rosa Parks.
Today I have got a couple of videos to remind you how to add and subtract 2 two-digit numbers. Click the links for the videos. Then make up some of your own number sentences e.g. 34 + 23 = 65 - 24 =
If you prefer to draw your jottings underneath each number (like we do in class) that's ok! Some of you may be able to work mentally too by adding the tens up in your head and then the ones.
subtraction - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrnfvk7
Click the link to read an extract from the book Cyril & Pat. There are some activities linked to the book afterwards.
This book is about Cyril, the only squirrel in Lake Park, who is very lonely. One day he meets Pat – Pat is big and grey, and Cyril mistakes him for another squirrel! They become great friends and the two have lots of adventures and fun together - Cyril is so pleased he's made a friend. But everyone else thinks that Cyril and Pat simply cannot be friends, and they soon reveal why: Pat is actually a rat!
I know many of you love animals! This link takes you to videos to learn all about:
Have a lovely weekend!
Literacy- Write a letter to your class teacher and tell them about what you have been doing.
When planning your letter don't forget to think about:
Remember to keep re-reading your letter back to check it makes sense.
Check out this video for some handy tips on how to write a good letter.
Think about who else you could send a letter to:
How about a new pen pal or sending a letter to the author of your favourite book?
I'm sure someone in your family or someone you know would love to receive a letter.
I hope you all had a lovely weekend!
Click the link below for some activities to help you with addition & subtraction! Don't forget, this won't be brand new learning but it will help you to keep your numeracy skills up to scratch!
Next you could learn about the life and achievements of a famous person in history. Click the link below.
Today's challenge: read some poems or a tongue twister.
Can you rehearse and perform them to an audience?
Check out the link below and explore the website. There are funny poems, animal poems, gross poems and lots more.
Take your learning further by having a go at writing your own poem. There is a lesson about writing poems on the website to help you.
I will look forward to reading your poems soon.
Hi everyone, I hope you had a nice weekend!
Below are a couple of new challenges to help keep your brains working!
Maths - Fact Families
Back in the Autumn we learnt about fact families. Click the link below to see what you can remember.
Click the link below to take you to the game 'Small Town Superheroes'. This game will let you practise sentence work, punctuation and prefixes/suffixes. (We haven't learnt about prefixes yet but I think you will pick it up quite easily!)
Website of the week
If you feel like being creative this week then you might find some fun ideas on this website.
Finally, I mentioned this last week but forgot to attach the link - sorry!
This website has lots of great e-books for you to read at home. You will need to sign up but it is free and only takes a minute. Once signed up just click the 'Levels' tab and then select 'Book Band'. Here you will be able to choose the colour book your child was reading during guided reading sessions.
New Challenges 1.5.20
Happy Friday everyone! Today I have a few more activities for you to choose from. Do as many or as few as you can manage
I know some of you love 'Funnybones' by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. Click this link for a variety of activities.
All sorts of music can be made by just using your body. Click the link below to have a go yourself!
How many of these can you solve?
This one is quite tricky but I think some of you will be able to have a really good go!
Click here to check your answers! Scroll right down to the bottom of the page.
Finally...This website has lots of great e-books for you to read at home. You do need to sign up but it is free and only takes a minute. Once signed up just click the 'Levels' tab and then select 'Book Band'. Here you will be able to choose the colour book your child was reading during guided reading sessions.
Have a great weekend. I'll be back with more challenges on Monday.
Click the link below for some reading challenges.
Take a look on http://www.pobble365.com/the-never-ending-tunnel
Does the tunnel ever end? I wonder can you draw what could be at the end of it?
Challenge 1: Read the story starter.
Challenge 2: Question Time- Think about the questions on the web page, use your
imagination, inference skills and creativity to answer them.
Challenge 3: Can you continue the story starter ?
What will happen next?
Think about the questions you have just answered can you use them to add
extra detail to your story?
How will your story end
Good Luck, I'm looking forward to hearing your stories.
Click this link to find lessons all about money.
There's also a fun game for you to play...
This link will take you to a reading challenge.
I hope you enjoy the challenges. I will upload more activities on Wednesday!
Let’s learn about the United Kingdom!
Can you draw the flag of the UK? Maybe you could then research and learn the countries of the UK and the capital cities.
To take your learning even further I wonder if you could design a travel guide to encourage people to visit the UK.
Home Learning 22.04.20
Think back to the story ‘Whatever Next’. Baby Bear imagined going to the moon. Can you invent a space story? Will you visit the moon or somewhere else? Who will go with you? What will you do there?
If you enjoyed that writing challenge take a look at this link. This home learning booklet will keep you busy and help you to practise the skills you need to take your reading and writing further.
I hope you have all had a lovely Easter!
Today I have got you a numeracy challenge and a new website to explore that I think you will really like!
Numeracy 10 more and 10 less
Make your own tens and ones using straws, tooth pics, pencils (or anything else you can think of which you can make into bundles of ten).
Make your own tens and ones baseboard and practise adding and subtracting 10 from your number.
Link to video on adding 10:
The video shows how to work with 'hundreds' too. Don't worry if you're not sure about this. You only need to be able to add and subtract tens from two digit numbers at the moment.
WEBSITE OF THE WEEK
Do you like comics? Enjoy this free digital copy of The Beano.
The website looks fab too. There are all sorts of fun things such as quizzes, jokes and games to have a look at.
Don't forget to keep exercising too. Try Joe Wicks if you haven't done so already. I wonder if you could make your own routine up?
Home Learning Week 2 (03.04.20)
Today's challenge is all about
Can you talk about internet safety with an adult.
(link to web page)
Please take note of the 4-7 section and the parent/carer section for information.
Now make a safety poster to share your safety knowledge with other people.
Take a look at some examples:
Happy Wednesday everyone!
Your challenge for today is to write a character profile about a member of your family. Start by drawing a picture of them and then write about their appearance and their personality. Try to start each sentence in a different way.
You might notice that...
In my opinion...
It is true that...
To take your learning further why not write a character profile for your favourite book/film/tv character.
Your numeracy learning for this week is to click on the link below and play some of the games. There are lots to choose from!
Don't forget to continue practising your 2, 5 & 10 times tables. Ask a grown up to write some down for you to solve as quickly as you can. E.g. 2 x 5 =, 4 x 10 =, 8 x 2 =
You could make a game of 'times tables bingo' or 'times table pairs'.
I wonder what facts you can discover about space?
Hi again Class 6!
Are you managing to get in the garden and have fun in the sunshine? It's beautiful at the moment!
I hope you have managed to do some fab writing about your family!
Your challenge for day 3 (27/3/20) is a creative one :-)
I wonder if you can use your creativity skills to produce a self portrait. You can do a pencil sketch, coloured pencil, pastel, paint or even a collage!
Maybe you could do it in a 'Pop Art' style like we were doing in school.
Gracie and I have been busy being artists this week. If you want even more art to do have a look at this link.
This link takes you to a cartoon lesson from an artist from Sheffield called Pete McKee. We've had fun doing them!
Don't forget about Joe Wicks every morning at 9am. White Rose Maths are putting new lessons on their website everyday too.
Hi there, how is your learning going so so far?
Welcome to day 2 - 25.03.20
Today's challenge is Literacy and it is based around.......
Can you write a fact file all about your family (pets too!).
Tell me what they look like?
What are their favourite and least favourite things?
Remember to make it sound interesting for the reader!
Don't forget to keep visiting our website of the week (there's lots to explore on there), P.E with Joe Wicks every day and keep going with your numeracy fluency!
Hi Class 6!
Mrs Cliff here! I hope you are all happy and healthy. Be sure to check back here every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to find out your new challenge!
Here is day 1 of your home learning (23/3/20)
Spend 10 minutes each day practising your number bonds, doubling, halving and times tables (x2, x5, x10).
Link to a website for practising:
Website of the Week!
The website of the week is espresso. Here you will find some fantastic videos and learning opportunities.
Maybe take a look at this link on seasons and seasonal changes!
I'll upload your next challenge in a couple of days.
White Rose Maths are producing home learning sessions. Have a look at this one.
Is there anybody out there?!
This term we have been learning all about space. In history we have learnt about the lives of Neil Armstrong, Helen Sharman and Tim Peake.
We have used non-fiction texts, websites and videos to learn about the planets.
We have also read many stories about space, such as 'Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy and 'The Darkest Dark' by astronaut Chris Hadfield. We have used these stories to help us write our own too!
Sharing our Enterprise Learning with Rotherham Teachers!
These children had the opportunity to share our learning with a group of teachers from other schools in Rotherham. We visited the 'AMRC Training Centre' and the children led the 'yoghurt innovation challenge' for the teachers. They spoke confidently and clearly and all the teachers said they were very impressed with the children's skills. Well done children!
In our 'Integrated learning' we practise lots of different skills. We have been using our creative skills when painting in the style of famous artist Graham Bickell.
Our sand area helps us to practise our fluency in numeracy. We have to answer the numeracy questions as quickly but accurately as we can! Our role play area this term is Shrek's swamp! We get to dress up as Shrek or Donkey and act out the film before writing it as a story!
Make £5 Blossom!
We set up 2 companies in our class. Each company created products to sell at the Christmas Fair. We took on different roles and decided how much to sell our products for in order to make a profit.
We are very pleased with our profit of £61.35. We have already started to research board games and comics/magazines that we could buy for our classroom!
Summer Term - How Wonderful is the World?
This term we will be embarking on an adventure around the whole world. We will explore what makes it wonderful from towering volcanoes and rainforests to the vast variety of fascinating creatures that call the Great Barrier Reef home.
As well as this we will be investigating a huge range of flavours and tastes which make our world so exciting.
Keep visiting our page to follow our learning journey.
This link will take you to 'Google Earth' where you can explore the world from your computer!
This week we have been learning about volcanoes. We have created our very own volcano!
A member of our class has recently earned herself a Blue Peter Badge. We were all so impressed that we have decided to try and earn one as a class. We are going to write some amazing fact files about volcanoes and post them off to Blue Peter. We know we will have to try our hardest as it won't be easy to earn a badge! Wish us luck!
We had to guess which country these foods and spices came from!
We are working as a team to create a model of 'The Great Wall of China'.
This is our 'Role Play' area this term. We are exploring the Amazon Rainforest. We are learning to use non-fiction texts to research facts about different rainforest animals and then write a report.
This is our sand area. When we visit this area we are learning to solve problems quickly and accurately.
This term our topic is 'Disney'! We have been researching to find out more about Walt Disney and how he set up the company.
We have also started to make our own animations.
Here these children are really focused on creating their animation using the 'I can animate' app on the Ipad. They've had to be resilient as an animation takes a lot of hard work!
We are creating wonderful pieces of fabric work! Can you see which Disney characters we have created?
We love 'Integrated' learning as we get to work on lots of different skills. Which skills do you think the children are working on here...?
Book at Bedtime
Throughout March we took part in 'Book at Bedtime month'. Children had to read at bedtime every night for a whole month. To celebrate, we came to school in our pyjamas for the final day. We also brought our favourite book to share.
In class 6 we love to solve problems. We know we have to be resilient when solving problems. We keep on trying until we are successful! In this section we will keep adding photos of us solving different problems.
Here we were investigating 2-digit numbers where the digits totalled 5. Once we had found all the possibilities one of the children suggested investigating 3 digit numbers where the digits totalled 5! Can you find all the possibilities?
2016/17 Autumn Term
This term we are 'travelling through time' in our learning! This gives us the opportunity to visit many different eras. Some of the places we will be landing are, the prehistoric dinosaur era, the Ice Age, Ancient Egypt, Medieval Times, the Victorian era as well as flying into the future!
Keep visiting our class page to see our learning throughout the term!
Our day in the life of a Victorian...
Our Numeracy learning...
If you would like to practise your numeracy skills at home this website link has some excellent games! Click on the 'student zone'.
2015/16 Summer Term
Our topic this term is 'A Bug's Life!'. We are learning all about fascinating creatures such as spiders, ants and butterflies.
We were set a challenge to design and make a party outfit! We set up companies. Within our company we had a designer, accountant and a marketing assistant. We applied for the job that we thought we would be best suited to. We had to have an interview and say why we thought we would be good at the job! Below are photographs of us busy at work and our finished designs!
This week (9.5.16) we have researched and created a fact card all about scorpions. Take a look at some of our writing below.
Ayaan Ahmad's fact card.
Keaton-Lee's fact card.
Alfie's fact card.
Haneeka's fact card.
We held an 'Enterprise Day' and our challenge was to design and create a spider's web. Take a look at our wonderful designs below.
In Literacy we have been reading a book called 'Tadpole's Promise'. After reading this we imagined how each of the characters would have felt and wrote some fantastic letters and diaries. Take a look at some of our writing below.
In Numeracy we are learning to tell the time! We know o' clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to the hour. Our next step is to practise telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes. Why not practise this at home!
Last term our topic was 'What makes Great Britain great?'. We learnt all about our local area as well as our capital city.
We used our teamwork skills to create a collaborative sewing of London. We had to be very resilient as it wasn't easy and took quite a long time to complete! Do you recognise any of the famous landmarks?
Ayaan used his creativity skills to create this fantastic birds eye view of New York Stadium in Rotherham. We love how he created the effect of a busy football crowd!
In literacy we read and watched lots of Paddington Bear stories. We then created our own stories. Kyrah and Scarlett used paint to create these fabulous pieces of art. What amazing paint skills they have!
Mason Haydn has also used his problem solving skills to complete a tricky numeracy challenge.