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Spr3.2.5 - Divide 100 into 2, 4, 5 and 10 equal parts

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There is no work sheet for the next 2 days. The powerpoint has activity questions to answer. There is no need to send in this work - practise answering the questions and using your reasoning skills to explain how to work out the right answer to each calculations. 

English

Today's task is to start to gather your notes and start writing your information text on the Stone Age. Look at the powerpoint below (voice over to be uploaded. Please refresh your pages every 30 mins or so in case I have added something new to the page).

 

I have added a video that I would like you to watch and again, take notes, draw pictures to help you remember the notes! And then read the information text on the Stone Age. Note down technical vocabulary, or highlight/underline the main points that you would like to use in your writing - DO NOT COPY.  

You are welcome to look at other research on Stone Age if you want to gather other information.

Do not rush this piece of work. We will be working on this for the next 3 days. Each day you will add another section (Sub-headings, Glossary, Conclusion) to your information text until Monday. Monday you will need to write the information text in your best handwriting and present it as neatly as you can. You may even write it up on the computer - word document, inserting pictures and borders. You may even use you artist skills to draw a patterned boarder and some fantastic pictures. Up to you but next Monday is Big Write Day. 

Remember to keep your work safe and don't lose it or let the dog eat it!wink

 

Paleolithic Times - 5 Things You Should Know - History for Kids

Educational video for children to learn many things about the stages of Prehistory, that is the Paleolithic and Neolithic Times. This video will answer quest...

Wednesday 13th January

PSHE

Living in the Wider World

WALT: Know what human rights are and how they protect people.

Identify basic examples of human rights including the rights of children.

What role do I play in my community?

I can tell you what human rights are and how they protect people.

I can identify basic examples of human rights including the rights of children.

You will need to go through the Power Point first and then complete the worksheet. You can write on a print out or write it out yourself to practice your handwriting. Remember to use a ruler if needed.

PSHE 2 video

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