# Tuesday 21st April

##### English L.O: To comprehend new vocabulary and identify prepositions in context.

Activity 1: Listen to chapter 15 of 'Pig Heart Boy' on the Learning--> Stories page of the website.

Activity 2: In the chapter you have just read, you will have heard the following five phrases. For each phrase can you find the definition of the words in BOLD and write the definition of each in a full sentences?

 1 'a relentless ride 2 'rapt attention' 3 'a bearable din' 4 'decipher their expressions 5 'his tone sombre'

Activity 3: How does Cameron feel about coming home? What evidence from the text gives you this answer? (Provide at least two, full sentences with evidence as your answer).

Activity 4: Click the following link and watch the video titled 'What is a preposition?'. Once you have watched this video, read the information underneath the video to remind yourself of what a preposition is (we have learnt this in English this year). Have a go at the short, interactive task at the bottom of the same page before having a go at the 'Preposition Activity attached at the bottom of today's page (answers are on final page).

Click Link -->  Prepositions

##### Year 5: L.O: To subtract decimals within 1.

Activity 1: Watch the demonstration video below for today's lesson.

Activity 2: Once you have watched this video, click the link below to access the activity booklet to complete in your home learning books. Please put the question number you are answering in the margin if you are not completing your work on the sheet.

Activity Book

Activity 3: Check your answers once you are done using the link below.

Activity 4: Attached below are some 'Year 5 Reasoning and Problem Solving' tasks linked to this topic. Open up the file and select either the Bronze (D), Silver (E) or Gold (GD) page depending on your confidence levels. Complete one page of reasoning and problem solving questions before scrolling to the last page to mark your answers only when you are done.

##### Year 6: L.O:To calculate angles in a triangle.

Activity 1: Activity 1: Watch the demonstration video below for today's lesson. I am aware that this is a topic we have covered fairly recently but it will be useful to consolidate your understanding.

Activity 2: Once you have watched this video, click the link below to access the activity booklet to complete in your home learning books. Please be aware that I do not expect you to answer any questions that involve measuring angles if you do not own a protractor. Please put the question number you are answering in the margin if you are not completing your work on the sheet.

Activity Book

Activity 3: Check your answers once you are done using the link below.

Activity 4: Attached below are some 'Year 6 Reasoning and Problem Solving' tasks linked to this topic. Open up the file and select either the Bronze (D), Silver (E) or Gold (GD) page depending on your confidence levels. Complete one page of reasoning and problem solving questions before scrolling to the last page to mark your answers only when you are done.

##### Geography L.O: To identify and recognise the main features of a mountain.

Activity 1: Click the following link to learn about how mountains are formed and to learn a little about some mountain ranges around the world. Watch the video, read the important information and have a go at the five question quiz at the bottom of the page to check your understanding.

Mountains (video)

Activity 2: A mountain has many recognisable features and each of these features has a specific, geographical term/ definition that it goes by. Open up the attachment titled 'Features of a Mountain'. When you have opened uo this file, you will be able to see a cartoon image of a mountain, with all its features labelled. Carefully read each feature label along with its definition. Once you have read each feature label, on the following page of this attachment is a video link. Open this video link and take a look at each feature on a real mountain (I'm sure you will recognise many of these features). I have also attached this video below if the link does not open.

Activity 3: On the final page of this attachment, you may have noticed a task titled 'What Part is It?'. Below, I have attached a Bronze, Silver and Gold activity. For the Bronze and Silver task, I would like you to use the mountain features to the right of the activity page to draw and label a picture of a mountain in as much detail as you can. For the Gold task, I would like you to do the same, however, you only have the definition of each feature on the right of your page, so you will need to figure out which feature these are before you can use them to draw and label your very own mountain.

##### P.E.

At a time where we all find ourselves indoors for the most of the day, we should bare in mind how important daily exercise is for our health and wellbeing, particularly our mental health. If you are able to, take your device somewhere with plenty of space (even the garden on a nice sunny day) or clear some space in front of your computer and follow along with Joe Wicks for a 30 minute workout. I will definitely be doing the same!