Welcome to Tuesday Class 5! Well done for all your work yesterday – I was super impressed with all your fact-files on the two animators! Remember on Thursday and Friday we will be focusing our attention on Book Week – there will still be our English and Maths to cover but in the afternoon there will be a variety of activities for you to do relating to Book Week! Today’s work is below.

English: In this lesson, we will be looking closely at dairy entries. We’ll be understanding why people write diary entries and what are the main features of a diary entry

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-understand-the-features-of-a-diary-cmvkad

Guided Reading: In this lesson we will read the next part of the story. We will consider the author’s use of language. We will then keep reading and reflect upon what we can infer about Kevin, the main character. Please complete all work and upload to seesaw.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-consider-the-authors-use-of-language-and-further-understand-the-main-character-68u62r

Maths: Today we are going to be focusing on changing fractions to percentages – we have done this previously in class but I thought it would be a good idea to revise this skill! Remember to complete the sheet, mark it then upload it to seesaw.

Worksheet: Available on seesaw due to being too big to upload to the blog.

DT– After all your amazing weaving last week, I thought today we would look at a different type of weaving based on a circle. Here a very technical version, ours will be a bit simpler.

Have a look at the instructions below and have a try for yourself.

A paper plate may also be useful to use for the circle method. You could even try half a circle to create a sort of rainbow?

I can’t wait to see what you create – have fun!

Music: This lesson begins with consolidating ostinatos, followed by learning and performing polyrhythms using body percussion and grid notation

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-understand-polyrhythms-6rv64t

Have a great day – Mr B

Tuesday 2nd March

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