Cromer Bubble’s Monday Morning Blog, 16th November, 2020


Good Morning Cromer Bubble,

I hope you all had a great weekend, even if we are in lockdown.

We’ve got a busy week ahead, let’s get started!

Last week I gave you a sample time table if you are at home isolating, here it is again:

If you are at home, it can be really useful to set yourself up a time table.  You can use or adapt this one:

8.45 – 9.00 – mental maths practise (times tables or mental addition/subtraction) Remember, you can use Tackling Tables on practise your tables online.

9 – 10 – Maths

Break – snack

10.15 – 11.15 – English

11.15 – 11.45 – Reading Comprehension/Handwriting/Spelling Practise

11.45 – 12.00 – Reading

12:00-1:00 Lunch

PM – Select a subject – Topic, Science, PE, computing

Please click here: for a downloaded copy: Work-for-week-beg-16th-Nov (1)

This has all the maths, English and reading work for this week.

To get a copy of this, please click here: Work-for-week-beg-16th-Nov (1) When you download the document all the links to websites should work!  If there are any problems, please email me M.Nordloh@gf.kwestacademy.com

Mathematics:  I have all the Power Maths PowerPoints, if you would like them please email me (M.Nordloh@gf.kwestacademy.com) and I can send them to you. I cannot put them on the website for copyright reasons. Please note that these PowerPoints have the answers on them!

Both Year 5 and Year 6, please remember that you can login to ‘Tackling Tables’ to practise your times tables.

Also, Education City, if you go to homework there is a folder where you can take assessments and then you can do the revision work in your folder.

Spelling Words:

Year 5: Words ending in -ment:

  1. equipment
  2. environment
  3. government
  4. parliament
  5. enjoyment
  6. document
  7. management
  8. movement
  9. replacement
  10. statement

Year 6: Adding the verb prefixes over-

  1. overthrow
  2. overturn
  3. overslept
  4. overcook
  5. overreact
  6. overestimate
  7. overuse
  8. overpaid
  9. overlook
  10. overbalance

 

Computing

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/copyright-or-copywrong-60tkgc

During this lesson you will become familiar with the terms ‘fair use’ and ‘copyright’. You will understand of why you should only use copyright-free images and will find appropriate images to use in your work from suggested sources. 

  • Video
  • Worksheet
  • Quiz

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-refraction-and-how-can-we-use-it-cmv34e?from_query=refraction

In this lesson, you will learn what happens when light travels through two transparent materials. You are going to learn what refraction is, how you can use it.  There is a chance to carry out an investigation to show that refraction is occurring. For this lesson you will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

If you would like to take part in the demonstration you will need a piece of plain paper and a transparent glass of water. If you don’t have these things then don’t worry! You can still complete the lesson and watch the teacher’s demonstration.

Topic

Who were the Anglo Saxons and where did they come from? In this lesson that we are doing at school, you will look at the Anglo-Saxons who settled in the British Isles a long time ago. Many of us have Anglo-Saxon ancestors yet they were originally ‘invaders’. Does that make us ‘migrants’? Follow the lesson on this powerpoint: Lesson1AngloSaxonsPPTKS2History

If you would like a taught lesson, this is an interesting resource from Oak Academy – an enquiry into ‘How Dark was the Dark Ages?’ – meaning, how much information do we have about this time in our past? This particular lesson focuses on the Anglo-Saxons: https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/the-arrival-of-the-anglo-saxons-c5j68c

D and T

Use ‘Architectural Design Sheet’ resource -Architectural-Design-Sheet (1) as a prompt to design own building. Think about all the different architects we looked at last week and the distinguishing features of their work – will you use any of these? Or will you use features of the periods we looked at – renaissance or art-deco? How practical will your design be? Will people actually be able to use it?

Science 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-refraction-and-how-can-we-use-it-cmv34e?from_query=refraction

In this lesson, you will learn what happens when light travels through two transparent materials. You are going to learn what refraction is and how you can use it.  There is a chance to carry out an investigation to show that refraction is occurring. For this lesson you will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

If you would like to take part in the demonstration you will need a piece of plain paper and a transparent glass of water. If you don’t have these things then don’t worry! You can still complete the lesson and watch the teacher’s demonstration.

If there is anything you need, please email me: M.Nordloh@gf.kwestacademy.com

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