English and Maths work for next week
W/C 18th May 2020
|English and Maths work|
|Reception/Y1 classes||Please see Reception/Year 1 resources page for additional ongoing work
Reception are to work their way through The Amazing Adventures of Max : download here
Recognise, name and discuss the properties of 2D and 3D shapes.
Vocabulary: 2D shape, 3D shape, polygon, flat, curved, straight, round, hollow, solid, corner, point, pointed, face, side, edge, end, sort, make, build, draw
There will be no PowerPoint this week but please take a look at these Can Do Maths Shape questions. Also please keep checking Tapestry as there may be some surprises from the teachers!
Have fun everyone!
|Y2 classes||Please see Year 2 resources page for additional ongoing work
Y2s are to work their way through The Elves and the Shoemaker : download here
The new Powerpoint is all about Length. We hope you can all find a ruler and hopefully a measuring tape!
The Power Point is roughly two weeks worth of work so will continue after the half term for a week.
As before, there’s also MyMaths, maths skills and times tables. If you want more ideas or to print things off to support maths passport skills there are more links on the main school website or on the class Padlets.
Please continue to make the most of all possible maths opportunities in daily life.
|Y3/4 classes||Please see Year 3/4 resources page for additional ongoing work
For any pupils who finish there are also revision PowerPoints. These have a selection of questions on all of the areas of Maths the Y3/4s have covered since September.
|Y5/6 classes||Please see Year 5/6 resources page for additional ongoing work
These PowerPoints cover a week’s worth of learning related to fractions, decimals and percentages and negative numbers.
LESSON 1 – Finding percentages of amounts : download here
As always, we have tried to cater for a spread of ages and abilities, so please only attempt what you feel is suitable for your child.
The strategies behind some of the fdp conversions, might require a calculator. Please be reassured that this is absolutely fine to use. We would prefer the children to understand the strategies with the support of a calculator. This is in no way – cheating!
The following link is particularly useful if your child needs some extra practice http://mrbartonmaths.com/topics/fractions-decimals-percentages/fraction-decimal-percentage-equivalence/worksheets.html
Again , any questions please do email us.