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Friday 15th May

1. The Daily Five - Maths

Please complete the final maths lesson from this week, compare number sentences. On the website you will find a video tutorial and under today's resources you will find the worksheet. Let the children watch the video, then they can either complete the worksheet independently if you are able to print it off, or in discussion with an adult talking through the answers when viewing on the screen. 


2. The Daily Five - Literacy

Write a letter back to the wolf from the last little pig. This is completely down to your imagination, what do you think the pig would say back to the wolfs letter of apology? Discuss it with an adult and then write your letter of response. 


3. The Daily Five - Outside Time/Be Active

In line with our project topic, homes around the world. Let's look at some dances from around the world on bbc bitesize! Watch the video and then have a go!


4. The Daily Five - Project

Houses around the world (Geography)

Houses differ around the world, mainly due to the countries climate and resources. Use the resources included and the internet (with help from an adult) to learn about different houses in the given countries. 

Over the week choose 2 countries/house types out of the following:

Kenya (Inkajijik)

Switzerland (Chalets)

New Guinea (Tree houses)

Greenland/Canada (Igloos)

Australia (Bungalows/Air-conditioning/Solar panels)

  • Locate the country on a map of the world.
  • Research online (with an adult) the types of houses they have in that country.
  • Make something to present on class dojo to Miss Chapman e.g. a labelled poster, power point, video or a written summary telling me about the houses you have researched.
  • Consider: Do all houses have different rooms like ours? Do they have kitchens? How do they cook food in their house? Can they wash in this house? 
  • Consider making reference too how your chosen countries house differs from our houses and why (different weather, different materials).

5. The Daily Five - Phonics

Remembering the 'wh' sound. 


Look at these 'wh' words - choose a word and write a sentence containing this word. Remember your capital letters and full stops. Do this 3 times. 







Challenge: write a sentence containing 2 of the words! 

Then play buried treasure with (wh). 

Today's Resources:

Maths Worksheet (compare number sentences)