Monday 1st February
Have a look through the presentation about homophones and near homophones. These type of words are what makes learning English so difficult. It is often said to be the second hardest language in the world to learn.
To practise and apply knowledge of homophones.
This lesson is about understanding homophones, which make English one of the most difficult languages to learn.
Have a go at the test on the video. This is not the same as the spelling test that you should be doing on a Friday.
Extra Hot Challenge
Find all the homophones of ‘poor’ and explain their meaning.
This week we are continuing to look at division. At the end of the week there will be an end of unit assessment to look at your understanding of multiplication and division. There are some optional extra activities to help support your learning, which are linked to BBC Bitesize.
There are also some multiplication and division games here:
Can I divide 2-digits by 1-digit?
Can we make a general rule comparing our divisor (the number we are dividing by) to our remainder?
White Rose Video Link:
Follow the video to help support your learning with the questions.
Complete questions 1 and 2.
Complete questions 1, 2, 3 and 4.
To complete all the questions on the worksheet.
To complete all questions and the extra hot challenge questions.
Create your own Viking dragon that could represent your clan. Think about the colours that might represent your clan. The dragon is your clan symbol and would be adorned to shields and banners.
Write the name of your clan in English and using the Viking rune alphabet.
Mild and Spicy
Choose one of the dragons from the sheet below and draw it yourself to A4 size. Think about which colours you would use to colour it.
Create your own dragon at A4 size. You could use the designs below as a WAGOLL.