# Week 2 Learning

Friday 3rd April

Spellings

Can you think of words that have the following pre-fixes. Remember – a prefix is a group of letters that change the meaning of a word when they are added to the start e.g. tie > untie

 Un- Dis- Im- Mis- Anti- untie undo unfold disappear disagree dismiss impossible impression impractical misread misunderstood misheard antibiotics anticlockwise anitbaterical

Extension – can you put these words into sentences?

Big Write

We know how much you love Big Write so…

Write a story using this picture as the inspiration

Think about what to include in each section of the story mountain before you start to write it.

Remember that you can ‘gonoodle’ on YouTube to get in that writing mood!

Arithmetic

284 ÷ 2 = 142

324 x 2 = 648

341 + 245 = 586

978 – 452 = 526

366 ÷ 6 = 61

124 x 10 = 1240

Challenge 1

What are the factor pairs for the following numbers

10     36       54        12

10        1 and 10   2 and 5

36        1 and 36      6 and 6   12 and 3    18 and 2          4 and 9

54        1 and 54     27 and 2      3 and 18     6 and  9

12      1 and 12     2 and 6    3 and 4

Challenge 2

Complete the following

There are 60 seconds in a minute

There are 60 minutes in an hour

There are 24 hours in a day

There are 7 days in a week

There are 12 months in a year

How many minutes are there in 4 hours? 240

How many hours are there in 5 days? 120

How many weeks are there in 8 months? 56

How many weeks are there in a year? 52

How many months are there in 14 years? 168

Thursday 2nd April

Spellings

Please can you practice these words five times each.

possible              potatoes             pressure             probably            promise

Can you put the correct word into the sentences below.

I will probably do it but I might not.

I promise that I will definitely do it.

The deeper into the ocean you go the higher the pressure.

This is not possible!

English

Could you write a diary entry for what you did yesterday. Remember to write this in the past tense, using the first person (I) and also some time connectives (first, then, next, after that)

Arithmetic

1. 345 + 132 = 477
2. 732 + 531 = 604
3. 873 – 472 = 401
4. 675 + 76 = 721
5. 275 – 98 = 177

Challenge 1

Find all the factor pairs for 20, 18, 50, 24

20    1 and 20    2 and 10    4 and 5

18    1 and 18   2 and 9   5 and 6

50     1 and 50   2 and 25   5 and 10

24    1 and 24   2 and 12   3 and 8   4 and 6

Challenge 2

Write down five things you know about 100

Hope you are all remembering to read every day, go on Purple Mash, practice your Times Tables on Times Tables Rockstars and maybe evening doing Joe Wicks daily PE session.

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Spelling

Can you create word pyramids for the following words - through, woman, women, various, weight

e.g.

t

th

the

they

Extension: put those 5 words into sentences

English

Write a setting description for your favourite place. It could be your home, the park, school, the seaside. Remember to use prepositional phrases (next to the swing is a ...), noun phrases (bright, blue sky) and adverbial phrases (the grey clouds drifted slowly across the sky) in your writing. Remember, you can use Purple Mash 2Write to record this work.

Arithmetic

a) 564 + 276 = 840

b) 876 – 229 = 647

c) 486 ÷ 6 = 81

d) 489 ÷ 6 = 81 r 3

e) 328 x 2 = 656

f) 300 – 25 275

Challenge one

400 + 600 = 1000

700 +300 = 1000

100 + 900 = 1000

1000 – 6000 = 400

1000 - 200 = 800

Challenge two

½ of 16 = 8

½ of 20 = 10

½ of 18 = 9

½ of 100 = 50

½ of 50 = 25

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Spellings

Write the possessive form of the underlined word by adding an apostrophe or apostrophe s

Andrew's favourite toy is broken.

We saw the queens' crowns at the museum.

Place Amie's Easter egg on the table.

The clowns' noses were red.

Chef Alfie cut the strawberries' tops off.

Remember to keep practising your common exception words.

English

Can you write a description for the character in the book you are reading at the moment.

You could use Purple Mash 2 Write for this.

Arithmetic

a) 434 + 156 = 590

b) 653 – 226 = 427

c) 240 ÷ 6 = 40

d) 243 ÷ 6 = 40 r 3

e) 164 x 2 = 328

f) 387 – 87 = 300

Challenge 1

Put these numbers in order of smallest to largest

1. 4621    6421    2146    4261   6142     2146   4261    4621    6142    6421
2. 7856   7568    5678    6785    8657    5678    6785    7568     7856    8657
3. 1435   5341    1354     4513    3451    1354   1435   3451   4513    5341

Challenge 2

Convert these units of measure

1. 2000 m = 2km
2. 7500 m  = 7.5 km
3. 8.5 km = 8500 m
4. 5 km = 5000m

Get moving

Check Joe Wicks out on YouTube for his daily PE with Joe session.

Answers for the spellings and arithmetic will go on here at the end of the week

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