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LKS2 - June 15th 2020

Home Learning

Daily maths activities
(aim to do at least 1 per day)

Daily English activities
(aim to do at least 1 per day)

  • Spend 10 minutes on Times Table Rockstars.
  • Use the Bitesize website to complete the learning for the day.
  • Watch the videos and complete the activities through White Rose Home Learning.
  • Use the I See Maths Home Learning page to have a go at a range of reasoning and problem-solving activities!
  • Practise some mental maths facts:
    • Year 3: number bonds to 100 with multiples of 10 (e.g. 70 + 30 = 100, 20 + 40 = 60); multiplying two-digit numbers by 10; recall multiplication and division facts for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 times tables.
    • Year 4:  Doubles and halves of multiples of 10 to 100 (e.g. double 60=120; half of 50=25); Multiplying two and three-digit numbers by 10 and 100; recall multiplication and division facts up to 12 x 12.
 

 

 
Watch Newsround. As you watch, make notes about the main stories and share these notes with a family member.

Mental health and well-being activities

  • Complete ‘PE with Joe’ through YouTube
  • Take part in some Cosmic Kids Yoga.
  • Use the resources you have at home to do some free drawing or painting.
  • Put some calming music on and complete some mindfulness colouring.
  • Put on a piece of music that makes you feel happy and use body percussion to accompany the music you have chosen. You could clap, tap or click on the beat, make up a dance routine or simply sing along!
  • Choose a book or a magazine that you enjoy reading. Find a quiet room in the house and dive into your reading!
 

To celebrate Father’s Day, make your own card or write a poem about a special person in your life. Click on Father’s Day Trophy to find out how to make a special trophy. Click on Father’s Day card to find out how to make an amazing card!

This week’s topic: Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

You are an important person! Your body has to be looked after by you! In order to do this, you have to do three important things: Eat a balanced diet, exercise daily and make sure your mind is full of positive thoughts. This week’s learning is going to help you achieve this wonderful way of living. We want you to be happy and hopefully, we can achieve this together!

Click here, First Aid. Learn more about First Aid and how to look after yourselves and others. The whole family can get involved in this activity!

Click here, Healthy Eating and Living PowerPoint. This PowerPoint shows you how to stay healthy.

  • Create a healthy menu for the school canteen. What would you include as part of a balanced diet? Remember to include a starter, a main meal and a dessert.
  • Design a poster highlighting either the importance of a healthy diet, daily exercise or how to keep your teeth clean.
  • Imagine you are going on a picnic in Warley Woods. Create a healthy lunchbox to take with you.
  • Create a healthy smoothie or a fruit cocktail using a variety of delicious fruit. Write instructions about how to make your smoothie/fruit cocktail and draw a picture of your healthy, fruit creation!
  • Write a report about the importance of a healthy lifestyle. Try and include the following sub-headings: Diet, Exercise, Keeping positive and happy.
  • You have been asked to create a ‘Keep Fit’ session for Joe Wicks to use with the pupils in your class. Think about activities that will make their hearts beat faster whilst keeping it fun!
 

Write a persuasive letter to your local restaurant, asking them to create a healthy eating menu for children. Explain the importance of eating a balanced diet.

In the news this week..

‘Black Lives Matter’ has continued to dominate the news, with protests and removal of statues across the UK. For age appropriate updates on this, you can visit the First News and Newsround websites.

 
June is also Pride month, which celebrates the LGBTQ+ community. There is a document here which describes what Pride is and how it is celebrated in different parts of the world.