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Friday 26.06.2020

Here is week 4 of at home learning for our last summer term. Remember task 1 is what we would like you to complete, task 2 and weekly challenges are optional - they are there for the extra challenge. If you require any support with any of the learning provided, please do get in contact with us and we will get back to you as soon as we can. 


Guided Reading

Task 1 - Mark your Answers

Well done on completing another text in this weeks guided reading of The Netherlands. It's time to mark your answers using the marking scheme. If you get a question incorrect, remember to edit it! Let us know how you got on over on your portfolios! 



Task 1 - SPAG Questions 10 - 18

Well done for working really hard on your modal verbs this week and last - you are becoming brilliant at understanding and using them within your writing. We are going to finish the week of with some SPAG questions! The document below named: SPAG Questions 7 has 18 questions on it. Today, answer questions 10-18. Now you have finished your answers mark them using the marking scheme attached to the document. Again, let us know how you did over on your portfolios! You know how much I (Miss. Davies) loves SPAG!

Maths - Volume in cubes and cuboids.

This is another form of measuring but this measure in 3 dimensions! Perimeter measures 1 dimension, area measures 2 dimensions and volume measure all 3. What that means is it measure the amount of space a 3D shapes takes up. Imagine an empty cereal box, volume would measure the space inside the box.Because it measures 3 dimensions we have to multiply the length of a shape by it's widths and then it's height. L x W x H and it gives answers in cm3, km3 etc. Watch the videos below.


Task 1 - Page 70

Can you accurately calculate the volume of the cubes and cuboids. Make sure you use the correct unit of measure for this - cm3. Use the answers to check your first 1 to see if you are on the right track.

Task 2 - Volume Mastery

All this weeks skills will help you with this challenge. Are you a maths master?