Arithmetic and spelling homework will be uploaded on Friday 8th January 2021.
Please use the spelling sheets and times tables poster below to keep practising during this week.
Compose your own non-fiction text all about the Romans.
Share as many facts as you can all about the Romans. Present it using key features of a non-fiction text such as a heading, sub-headings, paragraphs, illustrations/photographs, labelled diagrams and captions. Always re-read each sentence to check that it is grammatically correct and will make sense to the reader.
Create your own clock using Roman numerals.
Investigate ways in which you could change the state of a material.
Is there a material that you could change from a solid to a liquid or a liquid to a solid?
How did you change the state?
Can you explain what is happening to the particles?
Explore some parables from the Bible that Jesus used to teach his followers. Which is your favourite parable?
You could retell the story verbally and record it using audio or you could retell it verbally and record it using video. You may want to write the story this can be done as a storyboard or in paragraphs. You may want to illustrate the story by creating drawings or paintings. Be as creative as you like!
Passport to the world
Create a piece of work to demonstrate your knowledge of Australia.
'Jesus, the Teacher'
We will learn that Jesus was born a Jew and how he came to show us the way to live. We will explore the story of the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple and how Simeon and Anna felt about this.
We will explore different parables that Jesus taught his followers.
Please read every day at home and ask an adult to sign your diary.
Remember to bring your reading diary into school every day.
Click on the image below. This will take you to the Oxford Owl website with free library eBooks. You may need to ask an adult to register for you and you can select eBooks to listen to or read on your computer or tablet.
What lies beneath?
During this term we will be exploring the foundation subjects through our big question 'What lies beneath?' We will be learning all about the Romans through history, art and music. We will be exploring all about volcanoes and earthquakes in geography and discovering what happened in Pompeii. In science we will be learning all about states of matter- solids, liquids and gases.
Click on the images to find out more interesting facts.
Please practise your times tables every day so that you can recall answers quickly and accurately.
You need to know up to 12X12!
Click on the image below to play times tables games.