Thursday 2nd April – Years 4, 5 and 6
Good morning everyone! Happy Thursday!
We hope you are ready for another fun day of home learning. Thank you to everyone who has emailed us or sent a blog comment so far – we are really enjoying reading them and seeing all of the fantastic work you are doing. Keep it up!
As usual, we are starting the day with Joe Wicks at 9am and we will learn some British Sign Language with Natasha Lamb on YouTube after lunch. We hope you choose to join in too!
Here are your literacy, maths and wider curriculum tasks for the day. We can’t wait to see and hear all of your creative ideas – your descriptions of the shipwreck yesterday were fantastic!
We hope you have a lovely day!
Miss Lowe, Miss Spaven, Miss Taylor, Mrs Byfield, Miss Clancy and Miss Chambers
88 thoughts on “Thursday 2nd April – Years 4, 5 and 6”
Courage : do you something you might find challenging – try a Sport you find hard
Compassion : be kind and help someone in your house – help with the cooking
Conscientious: try something new
Communicative : get in touch with something when you can’t meet- grandparents
Creative : design something – card ,picture
Community :how someone at home-chores
Courteous: write a thank you letter to someone that might of helped you -friend
Good morning Klea. Great ideas for showing the Caterpillar values. Which of those could you try ‘being’ today? What could you do to help at home to show Community? What could you try today to show you are Conscientious? Well done.
Mrs Bacon 🙂
. COURAGE. Posting your work on the blog.
. COMPASSION. Help around the house by cleaning up.
. CONSCIENTIOUS. Go the extra mile at home with your learning.
.COMMUNICATIVE. Talk to old people you know who are lonley.
.CREATIVE. Draw a rainbow of hope and put in in your window.
.COMMUNITY. Deliver food to old people who cant go out.
.COURTEOUS. Write an e-mail to someone who has helped you.
Good morning Harley. These are great ideas to show our Caterpillar values. Which can you try today? I love the idea of your rainbow of hope and placing it in your window. When some people take their exercise time I am sure they’d love to see that. Have a good day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Thank you and i want to be courtiuse
There are some really thoughtful ideas here Harley, well done 🙂 you’re right and very honest to say that it takes courage to post your work on the blog but if you can do it, you are encouraging others to as well. Well done for being brave!
9 children did not walk to school
I did white rose and got all the answers right
Super clever! Great work, Klea. Mrs Bacon 🙂
I went on scratch and played brain game the hardest thing I found was to type pretty quickly because it had a time set
Hi Klea. Maybe try some from module 1 first? Let us know how you get on. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Courage – Trying something that you’ve never done before.
Compassion – Maybe write a song or a message to someone in your family/house to make them feel better.
Conscientious – Try to get used to the new life style of only going out once a day and work from home, persevere through it!
Communicative – Listen to what the government has enforced and obey your parents and maybe ring some family members that you’re unable to see.
Creative – Put a rainbow drawing on your window, make a crazy contraption.
Community – Help everyone in need in your household and look after yourself, be kind and appreciate what you’ve been given to cope in this tough time.
Good morning Isaac. These are fantastic ideas of how to show our Caterpillar values. Which can you try today? I love the idea of your crazy contraption- I bet you can be really inventive! Keeping in touch and supporting each other is so important too. See how may of these ideas you can achieve today. Even the simple ones make such a difference. Keep well. Mrs Bacon 🙂
It sounds like you are being really reflective and positive in this strange time Isaac – let me know how many of these you achieve today 🙂
Courage: try a a different game or sport.
Compassion:make your bed or tidy your room.
Conscientious:do your school work everyday and put a lot of effort in to it.
Communicative:ring your grandparents or someone who would appreciate it.
Creative:write a story or draw a picture.
Community:help your parents by or whoever you live with by putting a smile on their face.
Courteous:write a note or poem to the NHS staff or your parents.
Good morning Freya. These are great ideas to show our Caterpillar values. Which can you try today? It’s a perfect time to try to learn a new game or sport. What would you choose? I agree that the little things help too, like making people smile, or just making time for a chat with family and friends. Keep well. Mrs Bacon 🙂
1. 9 children didn’t walk to school on Tuesday
My question for the pictogram is
How many children walked to school altogether?
Super maths Freya! All correct. I would say 23 children walked to school altogether. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Computing I am now going to have a go a scratch
Great. On the games, try module 1 first, then challenge yourself with 2…maybe 3 ?
Mrs Bacon 🙂
I think I will try a new sport
Let us know how you get on.
Mrs Bacon 🙂
9 Children didn’t walk to school on Tuesday.
Spot on, Lawrence. Are you going to try the Whiterose maths ? Have a great day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
1 Circle = 2 children
1/2 Circle = 1 child
Tuesday = 11 children
therefore, 3 children did not walk on Tuesday.
50 + 30 = 80
60 + 20 = 80
0 + 80 = 80
I will now do my white rose maths.
Hi Isaac. Question 2 is correct, but can you check the pictogram question? You are right that 11 children walked. How many children were there in the class?
Mrs Bacon 🙂
There were 20 children in the class so 9 didn’t walk?
Brilliant! Mrs Bacon 🙂
courage: If you have a fear of dogs, try stroking one for the first time.
compassion: Be nice to the people you see by giving them space when they want to be alone.
conscientious: You practise musical instruments often to learn them.
communicative: Speak to your friends who are in isolation through video.
creative: Make a piece of artwork and place where it is seen.
community: Spend time with family and friends (virtually).
courteous: Respect the people in your home by helping with the chores.
1. 9 children
2. 60, 0
Hi Cadi. Great ideas for our Caterpillar values. For Courage I would check with the owner first :). A piece of artwork to maybe place in your window is a lovely idea. What could you draw? Super maths. Will you try Whiterose too? Mrs Bacon 🙂
COURAGE-Be brave and try a new thing.
COMPASSION-Help mum and dad with the chores.
CONSCIENTIOUS-Tell someone a joke!
COMMUNICATIVE-Write a letter to your friend and stick a rainbow in your window.
CREATIVE-Try some new science experiments.
COMMUNITY-Help someone with a new thing.
COURTEOUS-Stay two meters away from other people.
Ava, super ideas to show our Caterpillar values. Which can you try today? A letter to a friend sounds like a lovely idea. I am sure it would make them smile. Mrs Bacon 🙂
The hardest thing I found about scratch was the when you just started because I was not sure but then it became am a bit easier
Great. Practice makes perfect. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Courage – Making a new song on my guitar.
Compassion – I will help my little brother with his pronunciation on his new words.
Conscientious – I will try my best to add something to the year 4 blog everyday.
Communicative – Speaking to others in a nice way
Creative – By making a donkey that the church group have dropped off for me today.
Community – I have drawn a rainbow picture and put it in our front window to make people smile.
Courteous – I wrote a thank you letter to my mum and it was because she helps people because she works in the police control room.
Toby, these are very thoughtful ideas as to how to show our Caterpillar values. It seems you are doing some of them already. I bet you are so proud of your mum, as she must be so busy right now. How lovely to write her a letter. Make sure you get some rest time too.
Mrs Bacon 🙂
how do we send an e mail to Miss Clancy to show what else Toby has been doing at home?
Hi. Try email@example.com
Mrs Bacon 🙂
I would love to see what else Toby has been doing, the email Mrs Bacon commented should work. Let me know if you have any problems!
Courage) Be kind and show you have good friend ship.
Compassion) If someone is ill show kindness.
Conscientious) If you find something hard try to get it right.
Communicative) If someone is speaking you listen.
Creative) Draw a flower or something alive.
Community) Do something with your family at home.
Courteous) Do something for a member of the family or help them.
Great ideas, Eleanor. What could you do today with your family, or for your family, to show a Caterpillar value? Enjoy the rest of your day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Monday 2 x 4 = 8 children
Tuesday 5 x 2 + 1 = 11 children
Wednesday 2 x 2 = 4 Children
9 children didn’t walk to school on Tuesday
How many more children walked to school on Tuesday than Wednesday? 9 – 4 = 7
Good morning Toby. Super maths. All correct and a good pictrogram question too! Will you try Whiterose?
Have a great day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
1. 9 children do not go to walk to school
2. 50 +30
Hi Freya. Well done. I can see you added the third answer on your next comment. All correct! Mrs Bacon 🙂
1. 9 children do not walk to shcool
Well done Jacob. I can see part 3 on your next comment. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Thanks, Freya. Will you try Whiterose maths? Mrs Bacon 🙂
Thanks for adding this one. Will you try Whiterose maths? Mrs Bacon 🙂
COURAGE-Do something new that you never done.
COMPASSION-Help people, make them laugh,tell them a joke,and tell them if they want any help.
CONSCIENTIOUS-Learn to play new things.
COMMUNICATIVE-Listen to what people are saying.
CREATIVE-Draw an calm place with flowers a rainbow a fountain maybe some birds.
COMMUNITY-Work as a team in a game or in a group.
COURTEOUS-Respect the people around you.
1. 9 children
I’am going to do scrach
Hi Eduard. I hope you are having a good morning. Super ideas to show our Caterpillar values. I like the idea of jokes to cheer people up. Laughter always makes us feel better. Maybe try that today? Working as a team is important too. We can do that in school, but we can also be a team at home too. Your maths is all correct. Great job! Enjoy Scratch. Mrs Bacon 🙂
2.50+30=80 60+20=80 0+80=80
Hi Ava. I hope you are having a good morning. Great maths. Well done. Will you try Whiterose maths too?
Enjoy your day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Courage: Climbing a tree for the first time if you are scared of heights
Compassion: Giving a friend or family member a hug if they are upset
Conscientious: Working hard on school work
Communicative: Writing letters to friends or family
Creative: Making a birthday card for someone
Community: Clapping for NHS workers
Courteous: Say thank you when your mum or dad makes dinner
These are lovely ideas to show Caterpillar values, Isabella.Even the simple ones can make such a difference. Maybe you could write a letter to a friend or family member today? I like your courteous suggestion. Even my boys need reminding of that at times! Enjoy the day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
2= 50+30 60+20 80+0
Great maths, Amy. Will you try Whiterose maths today too? Have a lovely afternoon. Mrs Bacon 🙂
1. 9 children
2. 60, 0
3. How many children walked to school on Monday and Tuesday?
I watched the video on White Rose and tried the questions.
Isabella, maths all correct. In answer to your challenge question I would say 19 children. How did you get on with the Whiterose maths questions? Mrs Bacon 🙂
Courage:Permits one to face extreme danger and difficulties without fear.
Compason:To suffer together.
Conscientious:Is the personality treit of being careful or diligent.
Communcative:A person is one who can comuncativeis is one of the qualities we most value in other people.
Creative:Is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality.
Courteous:Having or showing culture or good taste.
Courage: to ring the buzzer at pals and speak.
Compassion: if somebody needs help then help them.
Conscientious: to try in my learning and never give up.
Communicative: to talk or have a phone call with somebody.
Creative: to try to make something new and exciting.
Community: to calm people down and help for the elderly.
Courteous: to appreciate somebodys work for me and their help.
1. 9 Children do not walk to school on Tuesday.
2. 50 and 30
60 and 20
0 and 80
I’ve made a game hope you enjoy.
I went on scratch an played a game ” what does this button do?” It was a boring game . You clicked a button over and over again. That was the algorithm. The best game that I played was Epic Platfomer
Hi Ethan. I hope you are well and enjoying your day. What made Epic Platformer more fun? Mrs Bacon 🙂
Courage: skydiving or climbing a mountain
Compassion: helping with someone’s homework
Conscientious: trying hard in a football match and keeping up my training every day
Communicate: talking through FaceTime to grandparents and friends when we are not able to meet them
Creative: building lego or painting
Community: handing out the St Peters booklets to people who are isolating
Courteous: holding a door open for someone
These are lovely ideas! You have shown that you are thinking of others too. Keeping in touch with friends and family is always important. Especially now. Enjoy the rest of your day. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Here is the link for Epic Platformer. Copy and paste into the search bar.
The algorithm is to jump up or go left and right with the arrow keys.
I hope you like this game.
Hi Ethan I followed that link and ended up doing a pyramid secret chamber game,. Not sure if that was right, but I enjoyed it ! Mrs Bacon 🙂
Courage : To try new thing like to eat new foods
Compassion: To think about others like praying
Conscientious: Todo new things
Communicative: Instead of you talking let other people talk
Creative: Tobe unique and not follow the crowd
Community: Do things as a team
Courteous:Respect one another
1 answer 8
2 answer 0 and 60
Great ideas, Jaydnn. Let us know what new food you try and what you think. Your ideas consider others too. Well done for being so thoughtful.
Maths- answer to no 2 is correct, but can you check no 1 for me please? Enjoy the afternoon. Mrs Bacon 🙂
courage- you have the courage to kiss some one
compassion- tell them a joke
conscientious- when coded scrach
communitatire-dad told me bus stop
creative- i made a lego boat
courtious- carryed shopping
Great work, Jacob. It sounds like you have been very helpful at home. You can share a picture of your lego boat
if you would like to send it in? No pressure! Enjoy the afternoon. Mrs Bacon 🙂
courage- I climbed a tree in my garden
compassion- I gave my dad a cuddle
conscientious- I tried my best in maths
communication- I used house party to talk to my friends
creative- I drew a underwater dragon
community- I drew on the pavement with chalk to make people on my street smile
courteous- I shared the bacon with my mum
You have been busy, Freya! What did you draw on the pavement I wonder? I’m glad you’re keeping in contact with your friends too. That’s really important. Mrs Bacon 🙂
I tried to go onto the white rose website and I chose my year group and all the things it said on the sheet but it just came up with ratio language and I can’t get onto tenths and hundredths 🙁
Hi Polly. I went onto the site and chose year 4. Then to the left of where I had chosen that was a red heading and under it said lesson 1. This has tenths in it. Dd you try again? Hope this helps. Mrs Bacon 🙂
COURAGE: Being brave with all the change we are faced with at this current time
COMMUNITY: Being kind to the people in my house, helping my mum with chores. Staying at home during lockdown. Putting a rainbow in my window to make others feel better.
CREATIVE: paint a rainbow/ make a rainbow out of Lego.
COMMUNICATIVE: phone a loved one.
CONSCIENTIOUS: stay at home. Try your best with your work
COMPASSION: giving my mum a cuddle
2. 20/20. O/80
I then went on to white rose and completed the ratio questions. I got them all right. I taught my mum how to work one of them out as well.
I also completed a 10 min buster in reading and 2 in maths.
I got 6/10 in reading and 9/10 in arithmetic and 7/10 in the maths.
Hi Oliver. Wow, you have had a busy day! I really like your Caterpillar values ideas, you have thought of others and that is so important right now.Great maths effort too. I think your first answer to Q.2 is probably a typo? I love that you taught your mum some maths calculations. A future teacher in the making…?
Hope you managed some rest and relaxation time too. Mrs Bacon 🙂
Well done Year 5 – it looks like you have had such a productive day. We’ve loved reading about your caterpillar values; these will be a great help to our families in the weeks to come. Well done for being so inventive with Scratch – we are all learning about new aspects of technology aren’t we? I have been playing online Scrabble with my mum and going to church via Zoom.
I’ve had an exciting day as I heard from an author on Twitter. Her name is Jennifer Killick and she has written a new book called ‘Crater Lake.’ It’s top of my reading list for the Easter holidays!
1. 9 children
Courage: reading a difficult book.
Compassion: helping washing the dishes.
Conscientious: I’ m trying to get used to the new way of learning.
Communicative: I usually talk to my cousin on the phone.
Creative: I tried to draw a chocolate bar.
Community: I made a birthday card for my mum.
Courteous: I always say thank you for my dinner.
Brilliant work Elvin! They sound like some lovely ideas for the caterpillar values. What book are you reading at the moment? Would you recommend it to others?
I am reading ‘The Saga of Erik the Vikings’ by Terry Jones.
1. 9 people did not walk on Tuesday
2. 50+30=80 60+20=80 0+80=80
Well done, Kizzie. Mrs Bacon 🙂
The last two comments was from Ziras THOMAS. – he forgot to add his name.
( Kizzie Thomas- Mum)
I am reading ‘Ultimate Football Heroes’ by Matt and Tom oldfield
I am reading ‘ Dairy of a Wimpy Kid’ by Jeff Kinney
1) Courage – Sending your homework on the school blog.
2) Compassion – Helping your mum to cook dinner.
3) Conscientious – Read a book by another author.
4) Communicative – Get in touch with your relatives.
5) Creative – Make something new with your lego blocks.
6) Community – Do something as a family.
7) Courteous – Write a thankyou note to someone, who has helped you.
1) 9 children did not walk to school on Tuesday.
2) 50 + 30 = 8060 + 20 = 800 + 80 = 80
White rose maths :- Acitivity
1a) 0.3 + 0.2 = 0.5
1b) 0.1 + 0.4 = 0.5
1c) 0.2 + 0.1 + 0.2 = 0.5I notice that all the answers are the same : 0.5
2a) 0.1 + 0.3 = 0.42
b) 0.7 + 0.2 = 0.92
c) 0.4 + 0.5 = 0.92
d) 0.05 + 0.5 + 0.005 = 0.555
3a) 0.42 + 0.3 = 0.723
b) 0.28 + 0.32 = 0.6
4a) 0.42 + 0.3 = 0.72
4b) 0.04 + 0.33 = 0.37
4c) 0.402 + 0.03 = 0.432
4d) 0.42 + 0.033 = 0.453
4e) 0.436 + 0.17 = 0.606
4f) 0.751 + 0.09 = 0.841
5) The mistake that Jack has made is that instead of doing 0.19 + 0.07, on the column addition he wrote 0.7 so his answer will wrong.
6) 7 hundredths + 34 hundredths = 0.41
7) They all drank 0.95litre altogether
Extra Questions: – 1/2 litre = 500ml, 1/10 litre = 100ml, 7/10 litre = 700ml