Learning from home
We are starting a new unit based on a 'twisted' version of the story Rumpelstiltskin. Please spend some time reading/listening to versions that you can find. Think about the type of language and characters that we find in fairytales.
Prime numbers - Teaching video- prime
Square numbers- teaching
Cube numbers- teaching video
(sheets attached below)
Extension maths- Prime Magic Nrich Problem
In class, children are writing their own 'ology'. For example, Dragonlology, Fairyology, Carology, Bikeology, Vampireology etc.
The boxing up/planning sheet is attached below. Once they've planned, the children can have a go. I'll attach some examples from the book and an example piece of Year 5 writing to see what they're aiming for.
Our success criteria-
- formal, informative tone
- cohesive devices - comparative phrases such as 'unlike other dragons', 'in contrast to', 'while'
- layout- titles and subtitles.
Resources 9-11th Feb
You will need a 100 square for this. This is an online 100 square
Video link- Prime numbers- teaching video
Have a look at Ology World. Create your own or choose an 'ology' that you would like to write a page for. Using the boxing up chart, start planning what you will include. Remember the style of writing- formal, informative, multi-clause and technical vocab so that you will sound like an expert!!
Multiples- video teaching link
See worksheet attached below
Factors- video teaching link
video link- Common factors