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Art week (29.06.20 - 3.07.20)

 

This years Art week has the theme ' The natural world'. The children have been looking at the work of Andy Goldsworthy. Take a look at their work below! I would like you to have a go at creating your own art work using things you can find in your garden or in the park. Send photographs of your work to show us how creative you are. Lots of ideas are on Mrs Sanson’s Art page on the school website. Have fun and stay safe!!

Art week 29.06.20- 3.07.20

All children at Greenfield have access to Purple Mash.  Your child’s teacher will set work on here, every week.  Check your child’s home page for work that has been set.  Otherwise, there are 1000s of fun resources for your child to explore on here, for all curriculum areas. Please scroll down below to look for work to each specific subject. 
Maths
New work added to the class learning packs (star at the bottom of the page). 

Column addition using place value counters, with and without regrouping

Make your own hundreds, tens and ones counters by drawing on counters you have at home or make some out of paper/card.

Practice column addition with your hundreds, tens and ones, then have a go at drawing them out. Once you have done this, practise column addition using just the numbers.

Why don’t you use a dice to generate your numbers and make some column addition questions of your own!

Link to video for column addition of 2 3-digit numbers:

Equivalent fractions Part 2

Print out your own fraction strips/fraction circles from the internet.

Use these to find fractions which are equivalent to each other e.g.
26=13

Short division (bus stop method) 3 digits divided by 1 digit using place value counters

Divide a 3 digit number by a 1-digit number by making your own place value counters to help you. You can either draw on counters or make your own out of card/paper.

Once you have had a go with counters, try it by just drawing out the counters. Then have a go practising with just the numbers.

Link to video for dividing a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number:

Multiplying a 3 digit number by a 1 digit number using grid method

Multiply a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number by making your own place value counters to help you. You can either draw on counters or make your own out of card/paper.

Once you have done this with counters, have a go by drawing them out.

Link to video:

Column subtraction of 3 digit numbers using place value counters - with and without exchanging

Make your own hundreds, tens and ones counters by drawing on counters you have at home or make some out of paper/card.

Practice column subtraction with your hundreds, tens and ones, then have a go at drawing them out and then practising with just the numbers.

Why don’t you use a dice to generate your numbers and make some column subtraction questions of your own!

Right, acute and obtuse angles

Make your own angle eater/right angle tester and go round your house/garden looking for right, acute and obtuse angles.

Link to video showing investigation of right, acute and obtuse angles:

English
New work added to the class learning packs (star at the bottom of the page). 

Computing

All children have been given accounts to this resource. However, if they are unable to remember them please email me on the class email. 

Science
This half term we have been learning about light and sound. Here are some websites where you can find out fun facts about how we see and how we hear. What can you see now? What can you hear? How does it change?

What is Sound?

If you enjoyed this video, you will also love the science videos from our friends at http://GenerationGenius.com/SciShow. They make science videos and lesson...

PE

Some great ideas for staying active at home including Joe Wicks' Youtube channel.

Art
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