# Monday 30th March – Y4/5/6

Hello everyone,

We hope you had a great weekend.

Each day this week we will continue to post some activities that you can take part in at home. We would love to hear what you have been up to so please leave us a comment below. We can also check any answers for you this way too. Alternatively, you can email your teacher anything that you have created using the email addresses below:

miss.clancy@wfps.org.uk

miss.chambers@wfps.org.uk

miss.taylor@wfps.org.uk

mrs.byfield@wfps.org.uk

miss.lowe@wfps.org.uk

miss.spaven@wfps.org.uk

**Maths**

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Take care,

Miss Chambers, Miss Clancy, Mrs Byfield, Miss Taylor, Miss Lowe & Miss Spaven

the flag jags taste good

Glad you enjoyed them Freya! All the teachers love it when Mrs Worth brings them in! How did you know they were cooked?

Miss Clancy

Hi Freya! Your spelling ‘Flag jags’ made me giggle. Glad you like them!

Mrs Worth

they had turned brown. We put chocolate chips on the top too.

I am looking forward to the work on the flap jacks.

Let us know how it goes Rose! Hope you enjoy them!

Miss Clancy

Careful not to leave them cooking for too long or you will have flapjacks that can break your teeth!

Mrs Worth

Enjoy 🙂

English

1. Available to be chosen but not obligatory.

2. Add ,press ,bake ,allow, melt.

3. When they are light brown.

4. Because they can steak.

5. Once ,only.

Great work Klea. Could you write your own recipe using imperative verbs?

Mrs Byfield

We are going to make some flap jacks and I can’t wait to try them.

Enjoy your baking Freya – I hope you are more successful than I was!

Mrs Byfield

1.You can choose to

2.allow press bake melt cut

3.until only turning light brown

4.cut and remove while warm as flapjacks can stick

5.Just,once

1.You can choose to

2.allow press bake melt cut

3.until only turning light brown

4.cut and remove while warm as flapjacks can stick

5.Just once

Great!

Do you think you’ll have a go at actually baking them?

Miss Spaven

havent done them yet but them yet but they will be great.

Oliver has completed all the work set today. He loved the football questions. He has written them in his book and I’ve marked them all. He needed some support working out the mean, mode and median. We watched some videos online and then worked them out together.

Thanks Cara

Oliver you have worked so hard this morning! It’s breaktime shortly!

Could you leave another post with a link to the videos? Could you even explain in your own words what the mean, mode and median are?

Mrs Byfield

Well done Oliver, you have been productive this morning! Excellent effort having a go at the challenge of mean, mode and median as we have only briefly touched on ‘mean’ in school so you’ve added some new knowledge today! Fab 🙂

Miss Spaven

Maths

1.

Old Trafford

Tottenham

Emirates

Anfield

Burnley FC

Six field

Burnley FC+Etihad =72041

7 ten thousand, 5 thousand, 7hundred, 3tens,1ones

2ten thousand, 1thousand , 9hundred, 4tens , 0ones

6ten thousand, 0 thousand, 2 hundred, 6tens , ,0ones

5 ten thousand, 0 thousand ,0hundred, 9tens 7 ones

5ten thousand , 4thousand 0 hundred 7tens 4ones

7thousand 7hundred 9tens 8ones

6ten thousand 2thousand 3 hundred 0tens 3ones

Rounding to the nearest 10

75731=75730

21944=21940

60260=60260

50097=60000

54074=54070

7798=7800

62303=62300

By the nearest 1000

75731=76000

21944=22000

60260=60000

50097=50000

54074=54000

7798=7800

62303=62000

Rounding by the nearest 10000

75731=80000

21944=20000

60260=60000

50097=50000

54074=50000

7798=0

62303=60000

Well done Klea. Just a couple of things to look at:

What does ‘ascending order’ mean?

50097 to the nearest 100 is?

7798 to the nearest 1000 is?

7798 to the nearest 10000 is?

50097=50100

7798=7800

7798=8000

Assending order: Etihad and Burnley FC add up to 72 041

Six fields Sixfield-7 Thousands 7 Hundreds 9 Tens 8 ones

Burnley FC

Etihad

Anfield

Emirates

Tottenham

Old Trafford

Well done Lawrence – good ordering.

Could you partition all the football stadiums I wonder?!

Well done for consistently having a go at the blog tasks that we post – we are proud of you 🙂

Miss Spaven

English

1 – Optional means that you have a choice to do something, not by something else’s will.

2 – Allow, bake, stir, cut and remove.

3 – You can tell that its baked when it turns light brown.

4 – Because if you leave it on the tray warm and don’t remove it it will stick.

5 – Once and Only.

Well done Isaac. Will you be doing any baking today?

Mrs Byfield

Thanks for the recipie now I am going to make some delicious flap jakes

Enjoy your baking Amy. Send us a photo!

Mrs Byfield

Can you send pictures on the blog ?

Hi Amy,

You can’t send pictures but you could email to your teacher’s email address e.g mine is miss.spaven@wfps.org.uk

Thank you

Miss Spaven

Maths

1

Old Trafford

Tottenham

Emirates

Anfield

Etihad

Burnley FC

Sixfields

2 – Etihad and Burnley FC add up to 72,041

50,097 + 21,944 = 72041

3 – Old Trafford = 7 ten thousands, 5 thousands, 7 hundreds, 3 tens and one 1.

Burnley FC = 2 ten thousands, 1 thousand, 9 hundreds, 4 tens and 4 ones.

Emirates = 6 ten thousands, 2 hundreds and 6 tens.

Etihad = 5 ten thousands, 9 tens and 7 ones.

Anfield = 5 ten thousands, 4 thousands, 7 tens and 4 ones.

Sixfields = 7 thousands, 7 hundreds, 9 tens and 8 ones.

Tottenham = 6 ten thousands, 2 thousands, 3 hundreds and 3 ones.

4

0 – 4 all round to zero

5 – 9 all round up to ten

did you get them all right?

Just remember Isaac that ascending order means from smallest to largest (so the opposite way round to the way you’ve shown it) so Sixfields would be first.

Well done for correcting the rounding in your later blog.

Can you remember how we found the ‘mean’ when you have a list of numbers?

Miss Spaven

1. It means you can choose,

2. Melt, add, bake, stir, and cut,

3. When they turn light brown,

4. Because they can stick

5. Once and only.

Great work Eleanor! If you had to choose one of the optional ingredients to use, which would you include?

Miss Clancy

Chocolate chips!

After I finish my English

i have nearly done cant wait to bake.

Maths 2 (correcting mistake)

75731 = 75730

75731 = 76000

75731 = 80000

21944 = 21940

21944 = 22000

21944 = 20000

60260 = 60260

60260 = 60000

60260 = 60000

50097 = 50100

50097 = 50000

50097 = 50000

54074 = 54070

54074 = 53000

54074 = 50000

7798 = 7800

7798 = 8000

7798 = 10000

62303 = 62300

62303 = 62000

62303 = 60000

Wow lots of work achieved here Isaac, well done 🙂

Just check rounding to the nearest thousand here:

54074 = 53000

What should the answer be?

Excellent work and well done for commenting each day, we are really proud of you for consistently having a go at the blog!

Thank you

Miss Spaven

54074 = 54000 because it doesn’t go past 500 so it rounds down.

Science

I had a read on the website and found it very interesting, I completed the skeleton challenge in 1 minute and 50 seconds and got 6 out of 10 questions right on the digestive system quiz!

Great Isaac, I will have a go on the digestive system quiz later and see if I can beat you!

Miss Spaven

English:

1. The word optional means that you can choose one of the options or you don’t have to do it.

2. Add, press, bake, allow and melt.

3. I can tell because it says until turning light brown.

4. Because it can stick.

5. Once and only.

Great reading work Bella, you’ll have to let us know if you have a go at baking them!

Miss Clancy

maths

1.

Old Trafford

Tottenham

Emirates

Anfield

Etihad

Burnely

sixfields

2.Burnely+Etihad=72041

3.

70000 5000 700 30 1

20000 1000 900 40 4

60000 0 200 60 0

50000 0 0 90 7

50000 4000 0 70 4

7000 700 90 8

60000 2000 300 0 3

4.

75730 76000 80000

21940 22000 20000

60260 60000 60000

50100 50000 50000

54070 54000 50000

78000 80000 100000

62300 62000 60000

Fantastic maths work Freya! Just check your answer to number 1. If it asks for your answers in ‘ascending order’, what does that mean?

Miss Clancy

English

1. Optional means having a choice between 2+ things.

2. Cut, remove, stir, press, bake.

3. When they are turning light brown.

4. To make sure it doesn’t stick.

5. Just and well.

Maths

1. Sixfields

Burnley FC

Etihad

Anfield

Emirates

Tottenham

Old Trafford

-Burnley FC + Etihad= 72041

2. 7 ten thousands, 5 thousands, 7 hundreds, 3 tens and 1ones.

2 ten thousands, 1 thousand, 9 hundred, 4 tens and 4 ones.

6 ten thousands, 0 thousand, 2 hundred, 6tens and 0 ones.

5 ten thousands, 0 thousands, 0 hundred, 9 tens and 7 ones.

5 ten thousands, 4 thousands, 0 hundred, 7 tens and 4 ones.

7 thousands, 7 hundred, 9 tens and 8 ones.

6 ten thousands, 2 thousands, 3 hundreds, 0 tens and 3 ones.

3. 10- 75730

21940

60260

50100

54070

7800

62300

100- 75700

21900

60300

50100

54100

7800

62300

1000- 76000

22000

60000

50000

54000

8000

62000

You have had a busy morning Cadi! Fantastic work, well done. Do you think you could have a go at finding the mean or the median? Maybe you could ask an adult at home to help you!

Miss Clancy

the mean average is 47,458.142. (Total seats ÷ number of stadia).

the median=54,074 (Anfield).

We don’t think there is a modal average.

Maths

Old Trafford

Tottenham

Emirates

Anfeild

Etihad

Burnly fc

sixfeilds

2.

Burnly fc and Etihad

3.

ten thousend thousend hundreds tens ones

7 5 7 3 1

6 2 3 0 3

6 0 2 6 0

5 4 0 7 4

5 0 0 9 7

2 1 9 4 4

7 7 9 8

4.

nearest to 10

75731=75730

21944=21940

60260=60260

50097=50100

54074=54100

7798=7800

62303=62300

nearest to 1000

75731=76000

21944=21000

60260=60000

50097=50000

54074=54000

7798=8000

62303=62000

nearest to 10,000

75731=80000

21944=20000

60260=70000

50097=60000

54074=60000

7798=000000

62303=70000

Brilliant work Jacob! Check your answers to number 1, you have ordered them in descending order. How would they change if they were in ascending order?

Miss Clancy

Ascending order. lowest number to the highest.

just done all the maths my mum is a reception teacher but she has teached yr 6 so she is very .cant wait to see everyone.

my mum is very good as a yr 6 teacher

That’s great Harley – are you going to post some answers to some of these tasks so we can see what you’ve been up to?

English

1 Optional means available to be chosen but not obligatory.

2 Add press allow bake melt.

3 When the flapjack is light brown.

4 Because they can stick.

5 Once only.

Maths

1 Old Trafford

Tottenham

Emirates

Anfield

Etihad

BurnlyFC

SixFields

2 50097+21944=72041

3 7 ten thousands 5 thousands 7 hundreds 3 tens 1 unit

2 ten thousands 1 thousand 9 hundreds 4 tens 4 units

6 ten thousands 0 thousands 2 hundreds 6 tens 0 units

5 ten thousands 0 thousands 0 hundreds 9 tens 7 units

5 ten thousands 4 thousands 0 hundreds 7 tens 4 units

7 thousands 7 hundreds 9 tens 8 units

6 ten thousands 2 thousands 3 hundreds 0 tens 3 units

4 75731=75730

75731=76000

75731=80000

21944=21940

21944=22000

21944=20000

60260=60260

60260=60000

60260=60000

50097=50100

50097=50000

50097=50000

54074=54070

54074=54000

54074=50000

7798=7800

7798=8000

7798=10000

62303=62300

62303=62000

62303=60000

Great work Edward. You have remembered all we learnt about rounding.

Will you be baking flapjacks today?

Mrs Byfield

Optional means that you can choose whether or not you do it, or have to do it.

Add, bake, melt, stir and cut.

Thay are light brown.

You need to remove the flap jacks whilst still warm, so you can cut them and they do not stick.

2 adverbs are well and only.

Maths

1)

Sixfields

Burnley FC

Etihad

Anfield

Emirates

Tottenham

Old Trafford – This is the largest.

Etihad 50 097 +Burnley FC 21 994 = 72 041

2)I am partitioning the largest and smallest capacity.

75 731 – Old Trafford

seventy thousands, five thousands, seven hundreds, three tens and one.

7 798 – Sixfields

seven thousands, seven hundres, nine tens and eight.

Just making flap jacks

Great work Rose! How many ten thousands are there in 75731?

I hope they taste good!

Miss Clancy

maths

1. Sixfields, Burnley FC, Etihad, Anfield, Emirates, Tottenham, Old Trafford

2. old Trafford

3. Burnley FC+ Etihad

4. Old Trafford- 7 ten thousands, 5 thousands, 7 hundreds, 3 tens, 1 one

Burnley FC- 2 ten hundreds, 1 thousand, 9 hundreds, 4 tens, 4 ones

Emirates- 6 ten thousands, 0 thousands, 2 hundreds, 6 tens, 0 ones

Etihad- 5 ten thousands, 0 thousands, 0 hundreds, 9 tens, 7 ones

Anfield- 5 ten thousands, 4 thousands, 0 hundreds, 7 tens, 4 ones

Sixfields- 7 thousands, 7 hundreds, 9 tens, 8 ones

Tottenham- 6 ten thousands, 2 thousands, 3 hundreds, 0 tens, 3 ones

Well done Alana 🙂

Just check your partitioning of Burnley FC : 2 ten hundreds, 1 thousand, 9 hundreds, 4 tens, 4 ones

Which part needs correcting?

I bet you could round these and find the ‘mean’ if you have time. Or do some baking and careful measuring instead!

Thank you

Miss Spaven

Thank you for this. Drake’s handwritten answers have been emailed in.

Luella really enjoyed Miss Felstead’s video lesson today. These would be really great for the older children too.

Science

I wasn’t able to go on to the science website but i went on google and found out some interesting facts

Sorry about that Klea! Here is the link in case you can explore it tomorrow instead. http://www.tenalpscommunicate.com/clients/siemens/humanbodyOnline/

Enjoy your evening.

Miss Taylor

We made a half of the recipe. I calculated the measurements of the ingredients. We put chocolate bits into it. It was great fun cooking it.

1. Optional means you have a choice

2.pre heat press melt bake enjoy

3.When they are light brown

4.so it doesn’t stick

5.just and well

Sounds like you’ve had a great combination of reading, maths and DT all in one activity. I’m glad you enjoyed cooking them, I’m sure you’ll enjoy eating them just as much!

Miss Clancy

do we have to bake the flap jacks or is it an option

i have done all the work that the teachers have sey us they were quite hard.

Hi Harley,

Could you post me your answers?

Which sections did you struggle with? Remember if you are finding something tricky, you can always email:

miss.lowe@wfps.org.uk or miss.spaven@wfps.org.uk if you would like to send us your work or want to ask a question on something that you find difficult.

Thanks

Miss Spaven

i did the build the Skeleton in 46 seconds i beat Isaac but i bet he will beat me.

i did the build the Skeleton in 46 seconds i beat Isaac but i bet he will beat me. Time to do the flap jacks

I haven’t tried making flap jacks but I have done maths at home.;) though I will try and bake them . 🙂

Well done Shiro, were you able to work out the mean, medium and mode? They are truly scrumptious if you get the chance to bake them. Did you manage to explore the website for science?

Miss Taylor

1. Optional means that you can choose between something or something else.

2. Melt, bake, press, cut, remove.

3. I know that the flapjacks are ready because it turns light brown.

4. Because the flapjacks has to

be sticky.

5. Well,once.

Maths

1. 7,798

21,944

50,097

54,074

60,260

62,303

75,731

Old Trafford

21944+50,097 =72041

2. 21944. 2 ten thousands,1 thousand, 9 hundreds,4 tens, 4 ones

60,260-6 ten thousands, 2 hundreds,6 tens

50,097-5 ten thousands,9 tens, 7 ones

54,074-5 ten thousands,4 thousands,7 tens, 4 ones

7,798-7 thousands,7 hundreds,9 tens,8 ones

62,303-6 ten thousands, 2 thousands, 3 hundreds, 3 ones

75,731- 75,730,76,000,80,000

21, 944 – 21,940, 22,000,20,000

60,260 – 60,260, 60,000,70,000

50,097- 50,100,50,000,50,000

54,074 – 54,070, 54,000,60,000

7,798-7800,8000,10,000

62,303-62,300,62,000,62,000

Super work today Miriam! Did you manage to explore the science website?

Miss Taylor

This is the missing method step

Add the porridge oats to the pan and stir them in until all of them are covered. I addéd normal dark chocolate and pumkin seeds. hope you are having a brillent time

Optional means you can choose.

Pre-heat, melt, add, stir and press.

The flapjacks are cooked when they turn light brown.

It’s important to remove the flapjack whilst it’s still warm because otherwise it can stick.

Well and Just.

7798; 21944; 50097; 54074; 60260; 62303; 75731.

Old Trafford- the largest capacity.

Etihand and Barnley.

75731 – 7 ten thousands 5 thousands 7 hundreds 3 tens and 1 one.

21944 – 2 ten thousands 1 thousand 9 hundreds 4 tens 4 ones.

60260 – 6 ten thousands 2 hundreds and 6 tens.

50097 – 5 ten thousands 9 tens and 7 ones.

54074 – 5 ten thousands 4 thousands 7 tens and 4 ones.

7798 – 7 thousands 7 hundreds 9 tens and 8 ones.

62303 – 6 ten thousands 2 thousands 3 hundreds and 3 ones.

75731 – 75730; 76000; 80000.

21944 – 21940; 22000; 20000.

50097 – 50900; 51000; 50000.

60260 – 60260; 60000; 60000.

7798 – 7800; 8000; 10000.

62303 – 62300; 62000; 60000.

Fabulous work Elvin, it’s brilliant to see you having a go at the literacy and the maths! Do you think you could have a go at finding the median (middle number) of these numbers?

Miss Clancy

I have made some flap jacks and added bits of bananas and raisins. They look delicious

Well done! I’ve never added banana. Was it fresh or dried banana chips? Mrs Worth

1 optional means you can do it if you want to

2 only press can just add

3 when they are light brown

4 so it doesnt stick

5 well just

English:-

1) Optional means – its not compulsory.

2) Bake, Stir well, Press, Cut, Remove

3) You can tell they are done when the flapjacks are just turning light brown.

4) It’s important to remove the flapjacks whislt it is warm because they can stick.

5) Until and Just

Maths:-

1) Ascending order

7,798

21,944

50,097

54,074

60,260

62,303

75,731

Largest Capacity stadium – Old Trafford – 75, 731

62,303 + 7,798 = 70,101 – This is the closest to 72,041 (guesstimate)

2) Old Trafford – 7 ten thousands, 5 thousands, 7 hundreds, 3 tens, 1 one

Burnley – 2 ten thousands, 1 thousands, 9 hundreds, 4 tens, 4 ones

Emirates – 6 ten thousands, 0 thousands, 2 hundreds, 6 tens, 0 ones

Etihad – 5 ten thousands, 0 thousands, 0 hundreds, 9 tens, 7 ones

Anfield – 5 ten thousands, 4 thousands, 0 hundreds, 7 tens, 4 ones

Sixfields – 7 thousands, 7 hundreds, 9 tens, 8 ones

Tottenham – 6 ten thousands, 2 thousands, 3 hundreds, 0 tens, 3 ones

3) Nearest 10

75,731 = 75,730

21,944 = 21,940

60,260 = 60,260

50,097 = 50,100

54,074 = 54,070

7,798 = 7,800

62,303 = 62,300

Nearest 1,000

75,731 = 76,700

21,944 = 22,000

60,260 = 60,200

50,097 = 50,000

54,074 = 54,000

7,798 = 8,000

62,303 = 62,000

Nearest 10,000

75,731 = 76,000

21,944 = 22,000

60,260 = 60,000

50,097 = 50,000

7,798 = 0

62,303 = 62,000

Fantastic work this morning Mishka – you have remembered all your rounding skills from the Autumn term.

Do you think you might try to make Mrs Worth’s flapjacks?

Hope you can enjoy this sunny afternoon.

Kind regards

Mrs Byfield