Learning Activities

Good Morning,
I hope you have been enjoying your week so far.
We will be contacting all families this week and next, just to say hello and see if there is anything we can do to support you at this time. I have started putting examples of learning on the class blogs, so please do send in some
examples to be included.
As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Below are some learning activities for today.
Learning Objective/Focus: Inferring characters’ feelings, thoughts and motives
Main input: Using a book you are reading, think about the main character or a character that interests you. Discuss their feelings, thoughts and motives. Why did they act that way? What was the reason for…?
Activities: MUST – Draw a picture of your favourite character and annotate it with key adjectives.
SHOULD – Write a character description describing personality and appearance.
COULD – Write a book review detailing what it is about. Give opinions on content and a recommendation or not.
Extension Activity Ideas: Write the next chapter.

Learning Objective/Focus: Convert time between analogue and digital clocks
Main input: Using an analogue clock, one with hands, tell the time to the minute. Look at a digital clock, only numbers, read the time.
Activities: MUST – Read the time using a digital clock to the minute.
Read the time using an analogue clock to the minute.
SHOULD – Convert hours and minutes into digital from analogue.
COULD – Convert from analogue time to digital using a 24 hour clock.
Extension Activity Ideas: Make a teaching clocking for a teacher to use to teach how to tell the time to younger children.

Foundation Subjects
Subject: R.E.
Learning Objective/Focus: Explain beliefs and values which I apply to my life
Main input: Recap your learning on the Ten Commandments. If available access the following link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z687tfr
The clip focuses on the Ten Commandments and explains why these are found within both the Bible and the Jewish Torah. For the Jews, the Torah sets out the laws, or rules, of how God wants them to live. The Ten Commandments are a fundamental set of rules. The clip starts with scenes in the synagogue, and each of the commandments is presented in a lively fashion by children on a football field.
Activities: MUST – Write five rules that you feel are important for you to live by.
SHOULD – Write the Ten Commandments and explain what each one means and how it relates to you.
COULD – Discuss which commandments you feel are most sacred and justify your choices by giving reasons.
Extension Activity Ideas: Write 10 rules to make the school a happy school.

I can’t wait to see some of your learning!