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Voluntary Controlled Primary

Small School, Big Ideas

Monday 22nd February

Maths

In this lesson, you will explore and describe the part-whole relationship. We will look at what a whole is and various examples in real-life situations.
For example:

  • A pod (part) on a big wheel (whole)
  • A child (part) in a class (whole)
  • The UK (part) in the World (whole)

 

We will then use this understanding to explore different examples of parts which make up the whole.

We will look at the part whole relationship

Click on the picture below to watch today's video lesson. Have a go at some of the questions on the video.

 

Your tasks

Task 1Look at the pictures on your sheet. Decide if you have been given a part or a whole?

If you have been given a whole, draw what could be a part

If you have been given a part, what could the whole be? Draw it.

 

Task 2 - Look at the images. Zoom in and out to find parts or wholes.
Design your own part-whole relationship picture

Literacy

In this lesson, we will begin by revising the use of adjectives. Next, we will sort healthy and unhealthy snacks.

We will discuss a healthy diet and what foods make up a healthy diet. We will think about what makes a snack healthy and learn about the 5 main important food groups. Scientific vocabulary will be introduced like protein, fibre, vitamins, minerals.

 

Watch the video lesson to find out more:

 

Your task

Protein           Calcium              Vitamins  

        Minerals              Fibre

 

Above are the 5 main food groups. We need different amount of these to have a healthy diet.

Write 2 sentences for each different food group.
You may decide to write about why it is important or which foods that we get that food group from.

Reading Comprehension

For the first of our reading comprehensions this week, we will be learning about the famous young eco-warrior, Greta Thunberg. Greta is a Swedish student who tries to raise awareness about climate change around the world. At just 15 years old, Greta knew that she needed to act. When the new school year started, Greta decided to strike. She said that she would not go to school for three weeks. Instead, she began to protest by sitting outside the Swedish parliament.  News of Greta’s protest quickly spread. Children around the world agreed with Greta and joined in with her protest.

Read the text to find out;

- what Greta's family is like

- when Greta learnt about climate change

- what Greta did

- what Greta speaks out about
 

Read the text carefully and answer the questions. 

Remember -  some questions will ask for answers from the text while others will ask for predictions or about how you feel towards the text.

P.E.

Its' Monday, which means that it is time for P.E. It is time to improve your fitness and get you active, I would like you to join in with Joe Wicks and his next online PE lesson. Find plenty of space and enjoy exercising with Joe. You could ask your family to join in too! Click on the picture below

Think about our Science work -
What happens to your heart as you exercise with Joe?

Can you identify any muscles that you are using as you exercise?

 

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