# Friday 22nd May 2020

Hello Team Smart, it's Friday!

Maths:

Rapid recap:

“Length measures how tall something is, height measures how long something is”
Am I right?

Which is longer 10 centimetres or 10 metres?

Yesterday we solved some addition problems involving length and we were adding in centimetres. Today we are going to continue to be problems solvers using length!

As a warm-up can you answer the subtraction questions on the sheet Length – take it away! (READ THE QUESTIONS CAREFULLY!)

Then have a go at the measuring length challenge cards. Before you start – look at the powerpoint to remind you how to use a ruler.

You can choose the activities you would like to do – just have fun with length!

Remember:

mm stands for millimetres
cm stands for centimetres
and m stands for metres
There are 10 millimetres in a centimetre.
There are 100 centimetres in a metre.

(Just do your groups work. If you normally do RWI, you can do the English task as an additional challenge after Speed Sounds)

Mrs Smart’s group

Continue to write your Bog baby fact report and aim to finish it today. Think about how to make your heading eye catching and the picture you are going to include (you could even add labels!).

I hope you enjoy creating your fact report all about Bog Babies.

If you have finished it, I would like you to practise your Set 2 and Set 3 sounds and practise writing the days of the week in your loveliest handwriting:

Monday    Tuesday    Wednesday   Thursday    Friday   Saturday   Sunday

For a change (or you may wish to continue with the YouTube videos at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ ) follow Miss Spurrier’s sound videos before completing the spellings and sentence writing below. Find the videos at the end of the RWI tasks.

Miss Aitken’s group (Set 3) - 10.30am

Focus Speed sound is:

‘oi’ as in “Spoil the boy”  (we already know ‘oy’ toy to enjoy)

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) poison   2) toilet   3) joint

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

1) Your elbow is a joint.

2) Wash your hands after the toilet.

Mrs Fetherston’s group (set 3) - 10.30am

Focus Speed sound is:

‘oi’ as in “Spoil the boy”  (we already know ‘oy’ toy to enjoy)

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) poison   2) toilet   3) joint

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

2) Wash your hands after the toilet.

Mrs Smith’s group (set 3) 10.30am

Focus Speed sound is:

‘oi’ as in “Spoil the boy”  (we already know ‘oy’ toy to enjoy)

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) poison   2) toilet   3) joint

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

2) Always wash your hands after you use the toilet.

Miss Tranham’s group (set 2) – 10am

Focus Speed sound is:

‘ir’ as in “Whirl and twirl”

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) girl   2) first   3) bird

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

1) Birds have wings.

2) The girl is first.

And don't forget Miss Spurriers Speed sounds for extra practice (accessible at any time as an option)

RWI Set 1 sounds https://vimeo.com/414752875

RWI Set 2 sounds https://vimeo.com/414764363

RWI Set 3 sounds  https://vimeo.com/414761386

Red words

Level 1 Red words: https://vimeo.com/417611100

Level 2 Red words: https://vimeo.com/417629553

Level 3 Red words: https://vimeo.com/417645041

Topic  Continued...

We have come to the end of our Animals and Us topic. I have loved seeing some of your work and I hope you have enjoyed doing it. The animal kingdom is very big and there is still lots to learn.

For today I would like you to complete as much of the Animals and Us Topic Quiz as possible. You can look back over the work you have done or do research on the internet, in encyclopaedias and books to find the answers if you are not sure. Your adults or siblings can work on it with you!

Just a suggestion, if you are in contact with other families, you could perhaps join forces and do the quiz over a Zoom chat together! Have fun!