Puffins Week 2: 11th Jan '21
We are already into our second week of lockdown however don't panic if you haven't completed all of last weeks activities as they will all still be available to you. Thank you to those of you who have shared work on dojo already. I really love seeing the children's work and I will be giving regular feedback.
In maths we will be following on from last week and moving on to written methods for long multiplication. This is a little tricky but don't worry as we will go through this step by step. Keep using TT Rock Stars as this will be really useful when learning multiplication & division written methods.
English this week will be focusing on using our new vocabulary correctly of the words you researched last week and exploring our model text for our Talk for Writing unit which will be based on the story of 'The Highwayman'. As part of our guided reading, we will also be exploring the actual poem 'The Highwayman' by Alfred Noyes looking at the 'old' vocabulary that used to be used at the time.
In our topic we will be looking into crimes and punishments of the Romans and creating our own storyboard of a typical Roman crime. As part of our science topic, we will be looking at
As always, there is no expectation to complete all the activities for the week. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PRINT MOST OF THE ACTIVITIES. For the majority of the time in Puffins, children will often complete activities directly on to paper so we would like them to do the same at home. Once activities are completed, please could you upload them to your online Dojo portfolio.
Above all else, please make sure you are reading daily with your child. If you don't have access to a range of reading materials, we have a class login for Oxford Owl which offers a range of ebooks for all ages and levels. Please click on the link below and enter the password.
Obviously, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me on dojo and I will do my best to help you in anyway I can. Thank you for your support in these tricky times. It really is appreciated.
Properties & Changes of Materials - Knowledge Organiser & Quiz Y4/5.pptx
Crime & Punishment - Knowledge Organiser & Quiz Y4/5.pptx
Please click on the appropriate spellings for your year group to find this week's spellings. Please feel free to practise them in the way you learn best.
For science this term we are looking at different materials and their properties.
For the first lesson please work your way through the power point, please view in slideshow. There is a sorting activity at the end. Please draw out a Carroll diagram and sort the materials you have found into the correct box.
Maths Week 2 Lesson 1.pptx
Maths Week 2 Lesson 1.pdf
Year 4 Spellings Monday.pdf
Year 5 Spellings Monday.pdf
Monday Science Sorting materials.pptx
In this lesson we are going to be building on the new vocabulary that we looked at last week and making sure we use it in the correct way.
I have attached a passage with words missing. Please copy out the passage (this is a good opportunity to practise your handwriting) and fill in the missing words from the word bank.
This week we are going to be investigating what crime and punishment was like in Roman times.
Follow the link to watch a BBC bitesize video on the topic.Once you have watched it, I would like you to complete a storyboard for an episode of a Roman crime show. I have attached a template, but you can draw it out and present it in any way you like.
Maths Week 2 lesson 2.pptx
Maths Week 2 lesson 2.pdf
Tuesday English missing words passage.pdf
Topic lesson 2 story board template.doc
Today we are going to be multiplying a 3 digit number by a 2 digit number. The method is very similar to what we did yesterday, just with bigger numbers. Go through the powerpoint in slide show format and answer the questions at the end. As always, there is no need to print anything, you can just complete the work on paper.
If you need any further explanation, follow this link for a video called ‘multiplying 3 digits by 2 digits’
Today we are going to take a look at our model text for this unit which is based on the narrative poem ‘The Highwayman’ by Alfred Noyes.Read the poem through a few times to get the feel for it, then I would like you to have a go at writing a paragraph summarising what the poem is about. Include the different characters and what is happening.
Mr Cruse has signed us up for 2 weeks access to Fitter Futures. There are some great activities on here.
Username = mabe-primary-school
Password = Herons123
Please do not change the password!
Once logged in, click on ‘Let’s workout’, KS2 workouts, and select an activity to have a go at.
Alternatively, why not try a workout from Jo Wicks. Click on the link below to access a wide range of fitness videos.
Or you can do any form of fitness you like. Go for a walk, a bike ride, create an obstacle course in the garden..........anything that gets you active!
Today we are moving onto division and are learning to divide 2 digits by 1 digit. Go through the power point and complete the appropriate chilli challenge at the end.
Again, there is a video available if you need it at
Today we are going to be looking at our model text again, this time answering some questions based on the text. Read through the model text from yesterday again and then have a go at answering the questions. Remember to read the questions carefully and write your answers in full sentences.
For this week in RE we are learning about the Jewish festival of Passover. Please read the attached story through. Then I would like you to draw a story/text map to retell the story of Passover. Make sure you include a picture for each of the ten plagues!
Maths week 2 lesson 4.pptx
Maths week 2 lesson 4.pdf
Thursday- The Highwayman Questions .pdf
RE week 2 The Story of Passover.docx
Today you will be practising your times tables on TT Rock Stars and developing your mental arithmetic skills.
Complete test 2 from the mental arithmetic booklet for your year group. You do not need to print off the booklet. Mark your work and total up your score. The answers are at the end of the booklet. Let me know how you do!
In our grammar lesson this week we are looking at recognising standard and non- standard English. Follow the link to BBC Bitesize, watch the videos and complete the activities. There is also a quiz for you to try, let me know how you get on!