St Paul's Catholic Primary School
A Voluntary Academy
Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
Time Tables Practise
Spend some time today practising your times tables. Here's a game to help! It's Hit the Button which we have played in class.
Try to spend at least 20 minutes each day reading, just like we do at school. This could be at any time during the day. If you finish a book, you can complete an Accelerate Reading quiz by following the link below. If you need your login details or if you need to borrow books from the school library, get in touch. email@example.com
L.O. To understand a character
Today, we are going to think about the character of Mole in a bit more detail. If you need to re-listen to chapter 1, you can listen from yesterday's links or there are 2 options here: One is read by the Dean of Canterbury Cathedral and the other by Bernard Cribbins (you might recognise his voice as Old Jack from Old Jack's Boat!)
Once you have listened, you can create a piece of work like the one on the sheet below (you can print it out if you like). Think about what Mole thinks of himself, what he says and does and what other character's think of him.
L.O. To understand division
Log onto MyMaths and complete the activities set. I have set a new one today about division which we started to learn about before the holiday. Try to catch up on any other tasks too! If you have forgotten your login details, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
L.O. To know the properties of liquids and solids
This term, we will be learning about liquids, solids and gases. Start off by creating a cover sheet like we do for each topic, or print out the one below. Complete what you already know and what you would like to find out about.
There are 2 short videos to watch to find out about the properties of solids and liquids.
Then, you can have a look around your house and garden. Can you find at least 10 different examples for each? Are there any of these that can change between being a liquid and a solid? What would have to happen for this change to take place? See if you can either draw or take pictures of 3 items as a liquid and as a solid.
You can present the work how you would like: on the computer, write/draw what you find or maybe create a table to show your findings.