This week, we are completing our learning about decimals.
For this block, we will continue to use the Whiterose Maths Home Learning resources. There is a short video to take you through the learning activities - the questions can be downloaded here. Complete the questions in your home learning book, drawing out tables and diagrams OR you may choose to print the sheet and complete it straight on to it.
If you need a little extra help, open the POWERPOINT in the 'Maths Support' link and go through this before you watch the video. There is also a sheet here that you may find a little easier too.
If you are looking for an extra challenge, complete the GDS task below .
Summer Term Week 2 Lesson 1 - LO: Rounding Decimals
Topic work - Ancient Greece
What happened at the Battle of Marathon?
Please watch the PowerPoint about the Battle of Marathon and then complete the activity sheets provided. The first sheet is called "The Battle of Marathon" and the second is called "Athens V Sparta." If you are unable to print the sheets please write out the statements in your workbook.
The next activity is to put together a PowerPoint presentation showing what a Greek Hoplite Soldier and Roman Soldier would wear when going into battle. You can use the information provided as well as from other sources. Think about similarities and differences regarding armour and battle strategies. If you are unable to use PowerPoint please record this in your workbook and remember to include drawings too.
For English this week and next week we will be completing another two week project based on a story called ‘Amazing Aliens.’ Each day I will put up which part of the activity you should be on or you can choose how and when to complete the work over the next two weeks. I will attach a booklet for you to work through – don’t worry you don’t need to print this booklet, you can copy anything you need to into your workbook.
- Read the text on pages 2 and 3. Complete page 4 Glossary. Remember you don’t need to print this out, you can draw the correct image into your workbook.