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Week 10 of Home Learning (15.6.20)

Timetable

Check what has been planned for you each day and scroll down to find the resources needed.

 

NB - I have tried to give you as much information to help you, (including songs and additional/optional further lessons and investigations etc in Maths). The tutorial videos are navigated by clicking on the dots at the bottom of the screen. Please see photos in the resources section to help you find the correct section/worksheet/quiz.

 

English lessons are set out step by step for you to follow.

 

Remember that you can dip into TTRockstars and Numbots, whenever you want to. Also, Mymaths relating to 2D and 3D Shape has been set and you can practice your y3/y4 spellings and handwriting.

 

Monday - Maths (2D Shape) (LP)

Sing along to get you in the mood for maths today. We are recapping learning from y2  https://youtu.be/DBW9A6ccqc4

 

White Rose Maths Worksheet (No answer sheet)

Tutorial video also available to explain more about y3 2D Shape (NationalAcademy)

 

           - English (Poem/expanded noun phrases) (LP) 

Use the lists of delicate and strong objects you made last week to create a 2 verse poem - See below for the lesson instructions.

 

 

Tuesday - Maths - 2D Shape continued - Quadrilaterals (LP)

Sing along to get you in the mood for maths today by clicking here https://youtu.be/WMkY_uIku9Q

 

Open up the video lesson and complete the accompanying worksheet.

Tutorial video to explain quadrilaterals (NationalAcademy). See photos below for how to navigate this link via the dots at the bottom of the screen.

 

            - History - Stone Henge (ST)

Build this important spiritual monument from Lego bricks, dominoes, Jenna blocks etc.

 

Wednesday - English - Write your own poem with expanded noun phrases (LP)

Song today - YouTube link to ‘Favourite Things’ within lesson instructions below.

I have broken the lesson down step by step and shown examples of each step. I hope this helps you to write some brilliant poems, which have the same structure and features as described in the lesson. 

 

               - Science - Investigate reflective materials (LP)

See lesson instructions and links below

 

Thursday - Maths - Properties of 3D Shape (LP)

Song for today about 3D Shape - https://youtu.be/ZnZYK83utu0

 

White Rose Maths worksheet (and answer sheet) 

Tutorial video also available to explain more about y3 3D Shape (NationalAcademy) Answers can be verbal, or you can access the worksheet as an additional sheet to the White Rose Maths sheet set.

 

             - PSHE (ST) See below

 

             - STEM/D&T/Art - Optical illusions (LP)

See below for lots of different Art activities related to exploring optical illusions. This set of activities will be copied and pasted to the weekly plans for the next few weeks for you to try so you definitively do not need to do them all today 😁 These should last you until the end of year 3.

 

Friday English - Word meaning comprehension  (LP)

See below for lesson and resources.

 

        - STEM/D&T/Art - Optical illusions continued (LP)

- Make a toy spinner, which was very popular in Victorian times, which uses the idea of optical illusions. Find out about what a zoetrope is, and how this was the first ‘moving picture’ which lead the way to the invention of animation (cartoons) and movies!

Resources and Lesson Guidance

 

How to use the Oak National Academy tutorial videos

First screen when you click the link on 3P’s page
Click on dot 2 for intro quiz that recaps work
Click on dot 3 for the video lesson
Click on dot 4 for follow up w/sheet Qs
Worksheet example (Quadrilaterals work p1)
Worksheet example (Quadrilaterals work p2)
Click on dot 5 for quiz Qs about today’s lesson
Well done! You have completed the lesson

Monday 15.6.20 - Support video to recall properties of 2D shapes from y2

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-describe-2-d-shapes-based-on-their-properties

 

2D Shape song - https://youtu.be/DBW9A6ccqc4 

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Tuesday 16.6.20 -

A maths song and a Video lesson (quiz, video tutorial and related work) - 

 

Quadrilateral Song.       https://youtu.be/WMkY_uIku9Q

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-rectangles-including-squares

 

Optional additional video lesson about drawing 2D shapes - to follow on from identifying 2D shapes from yesterday and today.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-draw-2-d-shapes-based-on-their-properties

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Support video for Thursday 18.6.20 - to recall properties of 3D Shape for White Rose Maths worksheet completion.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-describe-the-properties-of-3d-shapes

 

3D Shape song - https://youtu.be/ZnZYK83utu0

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English lessons

Monday 15.6.20 -

- Use your lists from last week and choose some of these objects as a starting point. Choose 6 objects. If you added some of your own ideas last week it would be good to choose those to help make your poem unique.

- Close your eyes and picture each object.

- Imagine you have them in your hands.

- Add some descriptions (adjectives) to describe those items (nouns). Your adjectives can be a description of what it looks like, feels like, sounds like and so on. Try not to use a colour as your adjective in more than one line.

 

Describe each object on a new line to create a list poem and give it the title ‘Eye Spy’ or ‘Treasure’. End your whole poem with a line saying where all these things are (Some of my ideas were ... In my protective safe/Underneath my sister’s bed/Throughout a Summer garden/Beneath the boxes in the cellar)

 

For example, here is one I have begun:

 

Treasure

Delicate colourful butterfly wings

A chalky white bone

 

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English lesson 2 Wednesday 17.6.20 -

Click on the YouTube link to listen to ‘Favourite Things’ (song and lyrics) from the film ‘The Sound of Music’. Do you like any of these things too? 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0IagRZBvLtw

 

Today we we will be writing a list poem about your favourite things, and I have tried to explain how to do this below and written one of my own too, to show you how to create your poem.

 

- Choose your favourite things. (Between 3 and 6 items)

- Think of two adjectives to describe each object just like you did on Monday. (This  could be a toy, clothing, pet, person, furniture, food - anything that you REALLY like).

- Now write your noun phrases (nouns described by 2 adjectives) just like you did on Monday and remember to include a ‘determiner’ (such as ‘A’ or ‘My’ or ‘The’ at the start of your line of poetry).

 

IMPORTANT - Today we are going to add more interest to your poems, so this time, leave an empty line before writing your next expanded noun phrase. Keep going until you have listed them all in this way. 

(See my example below in pink writing).

 

The glorious purple sunrise,

 

My special, sun-soaked family photographs,

 

A shiny, delicate wine glass,

 

A warm, comforting hug,

 

The reliable, ticking clock,

 

The calming, silent darkness

 

- Now go back and fill in the empty lines with more information about your item each time. 

This might be how it makes you feel*, like in the green lines in my example below, (OR it could be where it is* each time, OR what each thing does*). By keeping the same choice* throughout the poem it will help it to flow better and a little change on the last line will help it to feel finished.

 

You can start each alternate line with your single choice of ‘Which’ OR ‘That’ but remember to keep each line quite short or it loses the sense of being a poem.

 

The glorious purple sunrise,

Which fills my heart with hope.

My special, sun-soaked family photographs,

Which flood my mind with memories.

A shiny, delicate wine glass,

Which reminds me of my friends.

A warm, comforting hug,

Which shows me I am loved.

The reliable, ticking clock,

Which sends me off to sleep.

The calming, silent darkness,

That tells my dreams to speak.

 

By Lindsey Palmer

 

PS - I think I shall give my poem the title ‘Lindsey Loves ....’ (because it explains the poem but it also uses alliteration which I really like too!)

 

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English lesson 3 Friday 19.6.20 - Poetry - word meaning comprehension.

 

Click on the link below for an online video lesson, which includes a poetry quiz, a rhyming poem about different sounds and questions for you to write the answers for. You can also click on the link within this, to see a video of the the poet, Roger McGough, reading his poem to you.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/poetry-reading-comprehension-word-meaning-b74973 

 

I have also included the following link to my favourite English poet and his latest poem about life during lockdown.

This one is called ‘What are you drawing?’ By Tom Roberts. It’s about ‘hope’ and how wonderfully hopeful children are about a better future.

https://youtu.be/c4PRvrKUQDg 

 

I hope you like it as much as me!

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History Stonehenge  16.6.20

Resources needed for this activity include either: Bourbon biscuits, dominoes, card or lego or anything else that would construct a replica Stonehenge. There is a video to watch from the link provided on the word document.

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Science - Wednesday 17.6.20 Reflective materials

Last week we discovered there are natural and man-made sources of light. We also learnt that the sun is a light source but the moon does not give out any light. The moon seems to ‘shine’ but it is actually just the light from the sun which is reflecting from the moon’s surface.

 

Find out more about how light reflects (bounces back) and makes objects look shiny.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/which-materials-are-reflective

 

Just for fun click here too! - https://mysteryscience.com/trending/mystery-5/light-color/209?code=NTk5NTc2NzE&t=student to find out about rainbows and how it is actually just light!

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Works by Escher, and other tessellating images

Art - Thurs 18.6.20 Optical illusions

 

These Art activities are to last for the rest of the school year. They will be copied and pasted across to each new week of Home Learning. Work on them at your own pace. Each week an Art Facebook post will go up and you can show off whatever you have done that week on there. 😁👍

 

Step 1 - Click on the Newsround link and journey through the optical illusions. What do YOU see each time?

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/35997126 Rabbit or raven in this photo?

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/48534301 - Moving or still? How the brain tries to make sense of confusing images.

 

Step 2 - Google search the artist called Escher. Look at his clever artwork. He used optical illusions to create amazing pictures. Some have pictures which seem to change from 2D to 3D. Some have stairs that seem like they go nowhere, and some have two animals or characters which slot together perfectly (tessellate), so that your eyes only see one creature at first - and then the other. It takes your eyes and your brain a little while before they are able to see both.

 

You can create your own tessellated picture using regular 2D shapes -or you can use the lizard template in the link below. (To saves printer ink you could just print one and lay your blank sheet over the top to trace the lizard and then reposition your paper to draw the next one. Make sure that they slot together perfectly)

 

Step 4 - Now try colouring some of his tessellated shape pictures. Click on the links to either colour your pictures using a painting program on the computer or to print off your sheets as paper colouring sheets.

 

http://www.supercoloring.com/coloring-pages/bird-fish-tessellation-by-mc-escher?colore=online

 

http://www.supercoloring.com/coloring-pages/horseman-tessellation-by-mc-escher?colore=online

 

Step 5 - Create your own optical illusion artwork using coloured pencils and shading to make your 2D paper appear to have a 3D effect. There is a video link below which guides you through this really well.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/optical-illusions-and-using-shading-to-show-form-b592d5

................................................................................................................................................PSHE -  18.6.20

Copy and paste the link on the word document and read through the story, play the activity and then the quiz. The other tasks are on the word document but this is more of a discussion exercise.

 

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D&T Challenge - Friday 19.6.20

Click on the links to Find out how to make pictures which trick the eyes by spinning and confusing the brain! 

 

The very first moving pictures - The start of animation and movies

A Zoetrope

https://youtu.be/SBg6dAE3mI0 

 

How to make a Thaumatrope

You can make your own optical illusion now! Just click on this link to print off a dog and a kennel to colour and fold back to back with a pencil, dowel or wooden kebab stick between. Then hold the stick between the flat palms of your hands and rub your hands quickly to make it spin. Can you see the dog is now inside the kennel? 

 

https://10minutesofqualitytime.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Dog-in-Doghouse-Illusion.pdf

 

Other ideas of Thaumatropes for you to use as a start to having your own design ideas and make your own

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PE  19.6.20 Target Games (resources will be three balls -tennis size, cones or something that will make up little gates).

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