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Thursday 28th January

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Maths

 

Lesson Objective

Can I multiply up to a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number?

 

White Rose Video Link:

Follow the video to help support your learning with the questions.

Spr5.2.4 - Multiply up to a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number on Vimeo

 

Mild

Complete questions 1,2 and 3.

Spicy

Complete questions 1,2,3,4,5 and 6.

Hot

Complete all the questions on the sheet.

Extra Hot

Complete all the questions and the extra hot activity.

 

 

Optional Activities - BBC Bitesize:

Here is a link to some further activities and support how to  multiply 4-digits by 2-digits.

Multiplication up to 4-digits by 2-digits - Year 6 - P7 - Maths - Catch Up Lessons - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize

Spr5.2.4 - Multiply up to a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number

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English

To plan a persuasive letter

In this lesson, we will plan all of the sections of our persuasive letter. We will think carefully about each paragraph and plan our ideas to help us with our writing in upcoming lessons.

Lesson Link:

To plan a persuasive letter (thenational.academy)

 

Mild/Spicy/Hot

 

All children to complete plan with as much detail as possible and hand in to assignment on Teams.

Science

The aim of this lesson is to find out about materials that are thermal insulators and conductors.

 

Firstly, what do you think insulate and conduct means?

 

Now read through the presentation.

 

The worksheets have 3 versions:

There is more information and help on the mild and spicy sheets.  Choose appropriately for how confident you feel with this.

Mild: 1 star

Spicy: 2 stars

Hot: 3 stars

 

The experiment accompanying this test involves trying to stop an ice cube from shrinking in size without putting it in the freezer.

If you don't have a thermometer you can still do this experiment with a ruler and ice.

You need to wrap the same size ice cubes in different materials and see which material insulates the best.  You can test this by recording the size of the ice cube at 5 minute intervals.  The smallest ice cube after 20 minutes had the worst insulating material wrapped around it.

Remember to keep you test fair.

 

The lunch box reporting sheet is optional.  You do not have to do it unless you want to.

 

I would love to see some of you post your results from your experiments on Teams in the channels so we can all see them. 

Conductors and Insulators: Thermal Energy Transfer

It's a bit American but it might help :)

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