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Autumn 1 Home Learning
Below is your home learning for each day.
Each day you need to complete an English and maths lesson alongside some independent reading and one other subject.
You can choose which other subject you'd like to do each day.
Your maths work is in one booklet but below I have broken it into different sections to complete each day.
Each lesson is linked with the learning objectives being completed in school.
Pages to complete each day
Lesson 1- Page 4, 5, 6 and 7
You will be counting in lots of different ways (6s, 7s, 9s, 25s and 1000s)
Lesson 2- Page 8 and 9
You will be adding and subtracting 1000s
Lesson 3- Page 10, 11, 12 and 13
You will be looking at negative numbers and recognising place value in 4-digit numbers
Lesson 4- Page 14, 15, 16 and 17
You will be sorting, ordering and comparing numbers beyond 1000
Lesson 5- Page 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22
You will be identifying, representing and estimate different numbers
Lesson 6- Page 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27
You will be looking at all things to do with rounding
Lesson 7- Page 28, 29, 30 and 31
You will continue to look at rounding as well as problem solving today
Lesson 8- Page 32, 33 and 34
You will be looking at Roman numerals today
This half term we have been looking at the best versions of ourselves and how we can look after each other.
I'd like you to spend some time thinking about ways you can calm yourself when you feel worried. One of the documents below is all about doodling. You can either print it out or be creative with a plain piece of paper. If you choose to doodle, I'd like you to think about how it makes you feel whilst you're doing it. I know that may sound a bit silly but doodling can be incredibly relaxing and calming especially when you feel worried.
The other document is all about other ways to help you with your worries. Choose a few to complete and think about how each one makes you feel. Do you have a favourite? Is there one you didn't enjoy? Have you got your own ideas?
This half term we are looking at the Internet and the World Wide Web. Today you will be using a tool on the World Wide Web to create your own content. I would like you to experiment the Kandinsky section of Chrome Music Lab. On this website you can create your own sounds with different drawing. If you would like to take your learning of Chrome Music Lab further, experiment with other functions on the website too to see what music you can create.