# Monday 20th April – Years 4, 5 and 6 – Welcome back!

Welcome back everyone to summer term’s online learning 🙂

We hope you have enjoyed the sunny weather over the Easter break (and perhaps some chocolate eggs too!)

Here is our first set of tasks for the summer term: Maths, Horrible History English, Music and some Computing and e-safety tasks.

I have been keeping up with Joe Wicks all through Easter so we will kick start the day with our PE session as normal at 9am on Youtube. Even if you’ve had a break from fitness, let’s have a fresh start beginning today. I know starting with some exercise first thing makes me feel so much more energised and positive for the day. It is great for your physical and mental health.

Enjoy 🙂

Remember to comment on the blog with your responses or email to your teacher’s email address e.g miss.spaven@wfps.org.uk we’d really love to hear from you; it brightens up our day 🙂

Here are your tasks for today and the links from the slides are here too:

Maths – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

History English – https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/curations/horrible-histories-songs

Music – **https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBuIBaDSOa4**

Computing – https://nosycrowcoronavirus.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Coronavirus_ABookForChildren.pdf

Hope you had a great Easter. I was up early this morning so have completed all the tasks today. My song lyrics were about the titanic… I’ll email them to you Miss Lowe. Also taught my mum how to work out the angles on white rose maths. We loved watching the video of WFPS staff sing.

Oliver

Wow you have been productive today Oliver! I will ask Miss Lowe about your titanic lyrics as I’d love to hear what you’ve been up to.

Have you had a sing along too to As One? Or even the Rise up option for today. Singing makes me feel good!

Miss Spaven

Maths

1. £5.25

2.no beacuse 10 is an even number but is still in the 5 times tables.This is the same with all numbers in the 10 times tables for the numbers that are a multipul of 10 are a multipule of 5

For the third question i wasnt sure how to work it out

The third question is tricky Freya, it took me some time to solve. It helped to using drawings to support my mathematical thinking. If 3 cubes are the same as 2 spheres, a sphere is 1.5 times bigger than a cube. Or 1 and a half times bigger than a cube. You can use decimals or fractions to help you solve it. I did have to check my workings with a calculator.

Miss Taylor

English

I couldn’t pick a beat so I decided to do a 3 4 3 4 poem about Boudicca

Young ,ruthless , powerful

Fighting with a spear

Brave Celtic queen

She’s the Romans fear.

English

I did a 3 4 3 4 Poem about Boudicca for I struggled to find a beat

Young ,ruthless ,powerful

Fighting with a spear

Brave Celtic queen

She’s the Romans fear

Great choice! I find 3, 4, 3, 4 poems a great way to get me started. I wonder if you clap the syllables this would help create a beat? You could extend your ideas by adding noun phrases, include a metaphor and simile and see if you can include a rhyming scheme.

Miss Taylor

MATHS

1.£5.25 2.NO BECAUSE 15 HAS A FACTOR OF FIVE AND IT IS ODD BUT EVEN 10 HAS A FACTOR OF FIVE AND IT IS EVEN. 3. A CUBE IS 2KG AND A SPHERE IS 0.2KG.

Good Morning.

We can not get on to White rose maths website. Has anyone else had this problem?

Hello! Hope you’ve had a lovely Easter. Is it the link to the website that isn’t working for you? It seems to be working for me. Have you tried searching ‘white rose home learning’ in google? It should come up as the first link and then you can just choose the year 4 option. Hope this helps!

Miss Clancy

1/2 of £3.50 is £1.75 which means combined it equals £5.25.

Tommy’s number doesn’t have to be odd because 5 is a factor of lots of even numbers like 20, 10, 50 and 40.

3 balls and 6 cubes weighs 12.6kg

1 ball = 2.2kg (x3 balls) = 6.6kg

So each cube must weigh one kilogram each.

6 cubes (6kg) + 3 balls (6.6kg) = 12.6kg.

maths

i did 5 min of ttrocks and white rose and got all the answers right

the cost of a pineapple is £1.75

the total cost of the melon and pineapple is £5.25

tommy’s answer does not have to be odd because the answer could be anything in the 5 times table and the 5 times table answers are either odd or even.

the mass of the cube is 1.2kg

Here come Vikings to brawl the world,

with there sharp swords.

By showing all their anger,

they fight with danger.

Hi Sulaiman,

This is a great verse. I wonder what your hook would be and your chorus? What could the theme of the other verses be about?

Miss Taylor

Maths

I did 5min of ttrocks and white rose and got all the questions right

the pineapple cost £1.75

the cost of the pineapple and the melon is £ 5.25

no because 5 is a factor of odd and even numbers like 10 20 or 15 25

the mass of a cube is 1.2kg

Great mathematical reasoning Klea. Glad to see you posting your work on the blog. I hope you’ve had a lovely break over Easter.

Miss Taylor

I did 5 min of TTR and did white rose

1. The cost of the pineapple is £1.75

The total cost is £5.25

2no because 5is a factor of odd and even numbers

3the mass of a cube is 1.2kg

Life changes

Charles Darwin what a man

who came up with a plan

That life changes over evolution

He looked up in a tree

What could it be

A monkey that looks so much like me

Charles was full of glee

He whispered it is just a theory

That life changes over evolution

Hi Drake,

What fantastic lyrics! I especially like your use of rhyme.

Lovely to see you posting on the blog. Can you put your name next time?

Miss Taylor

they landed with success,

and joy did they feel,

with glee and excitement ,

they stepped of the rocket,

planted the flag and set back to earth ,

they arrived and were famous,

and made history,

Terrible Trenches

Rusty, angry sharp barbed wire.

Soldiers watching, eyes full of incoming fire.

Wounded, hurt, killed, disfigured.

Enemy weapons painfully delivered.

Poisonous gases creep through the air.

Wee on your hankies, better take care.

Rats, thick mud and lice for dinner

Freezing cold rain, soldiers shiver.

Skinny as a pencil now.

Not eaten properly, could eat a whole cow.

Terrible Trenches, oh what you do to me!

Dreams of home and what life will be.

Terrible Trenches

Terrible Terrible Trenches.

Terrible Trenches

Rusty, angry, sharp barbed wire.

Soldiers watching, eyes full of incoming fire.

Wounded, hurt, killed disfigured;

Enemy weapons painfully delivered.

Poisonous gases creep through the air;

Wee on your hankies, better take care.

Rats, thick mud and lice for dinner.

Freezing cold rain, soldiers shiver.

Skinny as a pencil now

Not eaten properly, could eat a whole cow.

Terrible trenches, oh what you do to me!

Dreams of home and what life will be.

Terrible trenches

Terrible terrible trenches!

Wow Cosmo, that’s amazing. I was looking for comments from Y1 in the list of comments I can see on my computer but I was floored by your powerful description. It made me stop and read. You made me feel like I was actually there, and how awful it was. Very powerful words.

Mrs Worth

What powerful lyrics Cosmo, you really made the trenches come alive with the range of writing techniques you have included.

Miss Taylor

I THINK THE IDEA OF EATING A VEGETABLE OR FRUIT IN THE COLOURS OF THE RAINBOW

IS A VERY GOOD OPTION

Is this you Tess? I’m glad you think so! I’ve been trying to be more inventive with my vegetables so I made courgetti (courgette cut into spirals) and it was delicious with a squeeze of lemon so i’ve used green and yellow – what colours have you eaten so far today?

Miss Spaven

They landed with success

And joy they felt

Stepped of the rocket

And planted the flag

they set back home

With hope they thought

And finally came back

They were mentioned and famous

And made history

And know since ages they still are discussed

Great lyrics Klea, is your song about Neil Armstrong?

Miss Taylor

I did 5 minuets on ttrocks and he missed a nort so he was a tenth of from the actual answer

English

The awful Egyptians,

With their inscriptions,

They wrapped up the dead,

From their toes to their head,

It is called mummification,

Within their hot nation,

Going along the river Nile,

You can walk the Egyptian style!

Maths

1: £5.25

2: No, because if you times an odd number by an even number, it always equals an even number.

3: 1.2

Great work Cadi, I love the rhyming that you have used. I’m so impressed with the maths work, even I found the third one really tricky, well done!! Hope you have had a lovely Easter.

Miss Clancy

C because I think mubina would be upset if I said something mean back and if I told everybody I think mubina would be embarrassed if I told everyone

Be mindful have time to think

Connect talk to someone you are not able to meet be active go outside and do exercises be creative paint something give to other share your love to family

Well done Klea; all great ways to be mindful.

Miss Taylor

Hope you had a great Easter miss Clancy

Viking song.

The Vikings came from Scandinavia

They attacked villages causing mania

They worshiped Greek Gods, such as Odin and Thor

Thanks to Alfred the Great they were no more!

Digi Safe Question

C- Tell an adult, because it is unkind and to tell friends is also being unkind.

I am creative.

Maths

They cost £525 altogether. 1\2 of £3.50=£1.75+£3.50 = £5.25

Number 5 as a factor goes into odd and even numbers i.e 25 ÷ 5 = 5 , 30 ÷ 5 = 6.

I had a lovely Easter thank you Rose, I hope you did too!

I love the rhyming you have used, well done. Great maths work too!

Miss Clancy

I have also read the book

Maths

I have done the White Rose maths questions 1 – 10.

1. £5.25

2.No because in the 5 times table there are even and odd numbers.

3. 1 cube = 2kgs

English

Married and killed her brothers

Had to save Egypt from the Roman Empire

She was well known to others

Fell in love with Julius Caeser

In Egypt she was queen

Famous, Strong and Feisty

She was born to be seen

Famous, Strong and Feisty

Ditched Julius Caesar

Moved on to Mark Anthony

He truly loved Cleopatra

But it wasn’t meant to be

In Egypt she was queen

Famous, Strong and Feisty

She was born to be seen

Famous, Strong and Feisty

Had a battle with Octavian

It was a disaster

With poisonous snakes and sharp, sharp swords

They killed themselves after

REPEAT CHORUS

I love your song Bella, so creative! I particularly like your rhyme and that you’ve thought about the structure by including the chorus.

Great maths, 1 and 2 are spot on. Number 3 was very tricky, we know that the spheres are 1.5x heavier than the cube. If each cube weighs 2kg, will this work on the scales to equal 12.6kg?

Keep up the amazing work!

Miss Clancy

I’ve done 5 minutes on tt rocks and some white rose maths

Hi Freddie, what answers did you get for the White Rose questions? Is there any questions you need help with?

Miss Taylor

1. 5.25 because half of 350 is 175 and 350+175 is 525

2. No because some are odd such as 5 is a factor of 25 and some are even such as 5 is a factor of 60

3. 1 ball is 1.8kg, 2 balls are 3.6 kg so 1 cube is 3.6 ÷3 = 1.2kg

Fantastic maths Olivia, I’m very impressed with number 3, that was really tricky!!

Miss Clancy

£5 25p no it will be even. 126kg

£5.25 is perfect, well done Esme! Will it definitely be even or could it be odd too?

Miss Clancy

£5.25 no because 5×10=50 Which is even. 1 cube = 2kg

A 3434 about WW1 Blood all around

Soldiers have all died

Trenches stand still

All is now silent.

Hi Hadley,

Well done for proving your mathematical thinking with question two. In question three if one cube = 2kg then how is 3 cubes equivalent to two spheres? One sphere is 1 and half times heavier than 1 cube. It’s a really tricky question this one and you might want to check your workings with a calculator.

Could you now extend your verse? Maybe add a simile, an expanded noun phrase, use alliteration or include a metaphor?

Miss Taylor

Whiterose maths

1. 0 ones,2 tenths,3 hundredths 0.23

2. 0 ones,5 tenths,6 hundredths

0 ones,0 tenths,8 hundredths

1 ones,4 tenths,8 hundredths

2 ones,0 tenths,7 hundredths

3. 4 ones 4.0

4 hundredths 0.04

4 hundredths 0.04

4 tens 40.0

4 tenths 0.4

4 tenths 0.4

4. 0.53

3.33 4.93 5.03

5. 0.04

0.03

0.35

0.86

6. 0.6+0.13=0.73

0.5+0.23=0.73

0.4+0.33=0.73

7. 1.30 1.31 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39

it ends in the number 4

8. Matched them up and showed dad.

9. false because she can make 5.20

true because it is the smallest

0.25 0.52 5.02 5.20 2.50 2.05 true

Maths problems

1. £5.25

2. Because it can go into ten

3. 1.2 kg

English

In 1914 it all kicked off

guns on backs, walking in mud

with there best bud

Russia was involved

this is starting to get old

stuck in the trench

with no bench

eating rice

with the mice

I don’t want to moan

I wish I was at home

its Christmas time

its time to stop

biting and fighting

until there was a big surprise

the football came out

but if you win they’ll be a big prize

stuck in the trench

with no bench

eating rice

with the mice

I don’t want to moan

I wish I was at home

starting at the end of the song

I wish I was at home

home

home

home

Good afternoon Rhys,

What a productive day you have had!

Well done for solving the maths problems; I like how you’ve made your song rhyme.

Miss Taylor

1. £3.5/2= £1.75

£3.5+£1.75=£5.25

£5.25

2. Tommy’s number can be odd or even because 5 times an even number it would be an even number, but if you times it by an odd number it would be odd.

3. 7 circles = 12.6kg

12.6/7=1.8

1.8*2=3.6 3.6/3=1.2 one cube=1.2kg

Brilliant maths Elvin!! I’m very impressed. Number 3 took me quite a while to figure out but you have shown your working out perfectly. Keep up the amazing work, I hope you had a lovely Easter.

Miss Clancy

Maths:-

1) The pineapple and the melon both cost £5.75 altogether

2) Tommy’s number does not have to be odd because there are different factors with 5. Such as 5 and 5 or 6 and 5.

White Rose Maths – lesson 1

1) The number that is represented in the place value chart is 0.23There are 0 ones, 2 tenths, 3 hundredths.The number is 0.23

2)a) There are 0 ones, 5 tenths, 6 hundredths.

b) There are 0 ones, 0 tenths, 8 hundredths.

c) There are 1 ones, 4 tenths, 8 hundredths.

d) There are 2 ones, 0 tenths, 7 hundredths.

3)a) 14.8 = The digit 4 represents 4 ones.

b) 13.74 = The digit 4 represents 4 hundredths.

c) 8.04 = The digit 4 represents 4 hundredths.

d) 42.03 = The digit 4 represents ones.

e) 106.48 = The digit 4 represents 4 tenths.

f) 176.4 = The digit 4 represents tenths.

4)a) 0.53 has 5 in the tents position

b) 8.53, 25.03, 714.93 all have 3 in the hundredths place

5)a) 0.64 + 0.6 = 1.24

b) 0.53 + 0.5 = 1.03

c) 0.3 + 0.05 = 0.35

d) 0.06 + 0.8 = 0.86

6) 0.4 + 0.35 = 0.73

0.7 + 0.03 = 0.73

0.2 + 0.41 = 0.730

0.65 + 0.08 = 0.73

0.64 + 0.09 = 0.73

0.58 + 0.15 = 0.73

7) a) Alex could be thinking of 1.76

b) Alex’s number could be between 1.30 to 1.99

c) It has 4 hundredths

8)5 ones, 6 tenths, 5 hundredths = 5.655 tenths and 6 hundredths = 0.565 ones, 5 tenths, 6 hundredths = 5.566 tens and 5 hundredths = 60.05

9)a) False – The largest number that Annie can make is 5.20.

b) True – 0.25 is the smallest number Annie can make because there no other numbers to make it smaller.

c) – 0.52, 0.25, 5.02, 5.20, 2.50, 2.05

White rose maths – lesson 2

1)a) 5/100b) 0.05

3) a) 4/100 = 0.04

b) 6/100 = 0.06

c) 7/100 = 0.07

4)a) 50/100

b) 1/2

c) 50/100 in a decimal is 0.5

5) The mistake that is Huan has made is that instead he forgot an extra zero so then the right answer is 0.06. He did this because ‘0’ means nothing he thought it does not matter. It actually makes a different to the number.

6)a) 0.4 > 40/00

b) 0.02 = 20/100

c) 0.6 = 6/10

d) 0.5 > 5/100

e) 0.88 = 88/100

f) 0.88 < 89/100

7) 1/5 = 2/10 = 0.22/5 = 4/10 = 0.43/5 = 6/10 = 0.64/5 = 8/10 = 0.8

8) a) 50/100 = 0.36 + 0.14

b) 0.4 = 3/10 + 1/0

9) Order – 0.3, 0.15, 0.75, 1.0

English:-Poem: About Cleopatra

(Verse 1 – ) She lived many years ago,At a time, where there was great sorrow.HER NAME WAS CLEOPATRA!

(Verse 2 – )Cleopatra's sister was always rude,Perhaps her attitude will be full of gloom.She has always been dressed in gold,And with a lamplight, which was very old.

Wider Curriculum :- DigiSafe DailyI would pick 'c' because you would care about your friend and you wouldn't want your best friend to feel upset.

Today I am being mindful to my sister and my mother.