Class 4 – Activities at home – 01.04.20

Before you start today, check out yesterday’s answers.

 

As always, you don’t have to do these activities at a set time or in a set order – that’s all up to you. Also, you don’t have to be doing work all day! Feel free to send in some pictures of videos of some of the other things you have been doing at home.

 

 

There will be 4 hive games today, which will start slightly later than usual:

Game 1 (slightly easier) – 1:30pm – 218160
Game 2 (slightly harder) – 1:35pm – 567384
Game 3 (hard) – 1:40pm – 477737
Game 4 (v. hard) – 1:45pm – 536130

 

Today’s games will be open to Class 3 again, and remember, anyone to beat Miss Relph (if she’s playing) will win a prize!  (I‘ll be there!)

 

 

A Battle of the Bands between Hawks and Falcons started yesterday- which will end on Friday (at 15:00).

Scores (and top 3 contributors) as of this morning:

 

Maths

Early Bird Maths

EBM – 01.04

 

Problems of the day

Day-8-Wednesday-1st-April2020

 

Bar Models

Questions 1 and 2 with bars
Questions 3 and 4 with bars

 

Challenge of the day

See how many times you can fold a piece of A4 paper in half.

 

What do you notice about the thickness of the piece of paper when you fold it each time?

 

If a piece of A4 paper is 0.1mm thick, how thick would it be after you have folded it in half 6 times?

 

Try seeing how many times you can fold a smaller piece of paper; is it easier or harder?

Do you think you could fold a larger piece of paper more or less times?

 

The investigation above should help you to solve this problem:

English

Sentence / Fragment / Run-on

1.) When you go.
2.) There must be at least 300 people in the forest, I don’t think we should go in.
3.) My dogs’ food always ends up on the floor.
4.) Until you reach level 17, you cannot go this way.
5.) When the door closes, you have 55 seconds to find a way to escape.
6.) I need help, this question is way too hard.
7.) The cat was angry, the dog had eaten its dinner.
8.) I need help because this question is way too hard.
9.) Since you’ve got more money, you can buy this!
10.) Suddenly, the door opened, a man appeared.

 

Writing

Your writing task for English over the next few days will be very purposeful.

With the on-going isolating we are all having to do, it would be nice if as many of you as possible could write a letter to the residents at the care home.

 

Try and plan your letter carefully (think particularly about what you want to put in each paragraph). Remember, the first paragraph should introduce why you are writing (to see how they are doing).

As well as asking them questions about how they are doing, and how things might be different for them during these times.

You may choose to then talk about things you have done since school closed, what you like and dislike about it, what you’re looking forward to doing when it’s over

 

Ideally, I would aim for about one page of A4 for your letter.

 

If possible, please complete your letter on Word (or a similar word processing program) – as I will need to email them onto the care home.

 

If you have any questions about what to include in your letter or how to set it out, then feel free to email me.

 

 

History / Geography

The Vikings invaded Britain between the end of the 8th Century (793) and midway through the 11th Century (1066). When the Vikings began invading Britain, the Anglo-Saxons had already divided Britain into 7 kingdoms – England didn’t exist as a country at this point (neither did Scotland and Wales).

 

Try and label this map with which kingdom is which. You can research this if you’re not sure. Be careful Britain has been divide into more than 7 parts. The regions which would later become Wales and Scotland had their own separate kingdoms (e.g. The Kingdom of Powys later became part of Wales whilst Pictland and Strathclyde later became parts of Scotland).

 

These 7 kingdoms eventually became the Kingdom of England (in the 10th Century). In the 18th Century, the Kingdom of England later “united” with the Kingdoms of Scotland and Wales to form the “United Kingdom of Great Britain” and in the 19th Century formed the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”.

PDF 7 Kingdoms

 

Do any of these Kingdoms sound familiar to you? Are any of the their names still used today?

 

 

Keep on sending in your pictures so they can be shared on the website, and I hope you’re all well – and not too bored yet.

 

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