I have included the answers from Week 5 so you can mark your own work. Let us know how you got on. This week we are learning about capacity. There are no videos this week but you can use the ‘Measuring in ml PPT’ to help you. If you are unable to print off the sheets then you can draw the jugs in your home learning books.
The worksheets go from easiest to hardest. Have a go at the one you feel most comfortable. If you have a measuring jug at home you can try and make the different amounts.
This is similar to yesterday’s lesson. Make sure you check the scale accurately.
Each increment (small line on the scale) is 5ml.
This jug has 40ml of liquid.
Read the question carefully!
There is 10ml of liquid in the first jug.
The second jug has 10ml more.
10 +10 = 20.
The second jug has 20ml.
Top tip – There are 1000ml in 1l
2l = 2000ml
2l 500ml = 2500ml
4l 250ml = 4250ml
This week, we will be looking at apostrophes. Use the powerpoint in lesson 1 to support you with your learning during the week.
Goal: To understand apostrophes for possession.
Read your instructions from last week to somebody at home. What feedback did they give you?
You will be learning how to use apostrophes for possession. Follow the powerpoint presentation which will you give you examples on when to use apostrophes for possession. Then, complete the activity sheet. You can write the sentences in your home learning book. You do not need to watch the video at the end of the powerpoint.
Goal: To use apostrophes for possession
Tell somebody what an apostrophe is.
Look at the powerpoint again from yesterday. Complete the 2 activities. You can draw the table and write the sentences in your home learning book. If you get this work done quickly, you can write some more sentences with apostrophes for possession in them.
Goal: To use apostrophes for possession
Tell somebody why and when we use an apostrophe for possession
Complete the activity. Re-write the child’s work out correctly in your home learning book or on a piece of paper. You must try to use your neatest handwriting. If you are not sure about something, use the powerpoint and website from the other lessons to help you. Make sure you are spelling the words correctly which are on the sheet.
Goal: To make an explanation poster
Make a poster to explain to year 3 how and when to use apostrophes for possession. You can use the powerpoint and website to help you. You can draw pictures and use colours but it must have information on it! I have added an example to help you with your poster.
Goal: To practice spellings
Play bingo or hangman with someone at home. You can use these spelling words:
This week we are going to be reading an extract from The Sword in the Stone. Have a go at reading this on your own but if you find it tricky then you can ask an adult to help you.
Lesson 1 - Reading for pleasure
Enjoy some time reading to members of your family or to yourself. You can choose any book you like or have a look on the Epic Reading website for some comics and other books. You can use Epic Reading to find books within you AR level. If you are unsure of your level then please email us.
Lesson 2 - Identifying key words
Read through the extract and highlight any key words you could use in your writing. Try and find exciting words that you have not used before. Can you identify any words you are unsure the meaning of. You can use an online dictionary or an adult to help you define the new words.
Lesson 3 – Answering questions
Re-read the extract and answer the questions. You can write the answers in your home learning book. Make sure you write in full sentences so it makes sense.
Lesson 4 – Writing your own questions.
Have a go at writing your own questions in the style of AR. Make sure the answer can be found in the text.
What is Arthur’s father called?
Lesson 5 – To use the information from the text
Draw the section where the knights found the stone (underlined section). Use the description to help with your picture.