Measuring Length – due Monday 26.2.18
Choose 5 items or places in or around your home, e.g. the height of the door or the length of the path). Estimate how long or tall or wide it is in metres (to the nearest metre). Record what you measured, your estimate and the actual length in your book.
Look at your body, and estimate the length of:
- your arm
- your foot
- the circumference of (or around) someone’s head (maybe your sister, or brother, Mum or Dad, etc).
Then use a tape measure to measure the actual measurements and record it in your book
- How long are both arms together?
- How long are both feet together?
- How much longer is your arm than your foot?
2-Week project, due back Monday 19th February
As part of our topic this term, we have been sketching and drawing teddy bears before modelling them using clay. Over the next 2 weeks, you need to be researchers, using books and the internet to find out as much as you can about teddy bears…
- How were they invented?
- What famous teddy bears do you know about?
- Why do people like them?
- How are they played with?
Here are some internet links you might find useful, which are also posted on the blog:
Remember! Think carefully about how you will present your work. It should be clear and easy for the reader to understand, with:
- Neat with good layout and your best handwriting
- Full sentences with lots of interesting description
- Well-structured so the information makes sense
Good luck! We can’t wait to hear what you find out!
Maths & Reading at Home
Reading aloud to an adult for 20 mins every night and discussing the book they are reading is a crucial part of your child’s home learning, which will build their reading fluency, confidence and comprehension.
For Maths, 5 mins daily practise is important. They should practise counting (in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s), number facts to 10 and 20 and the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables so they can answer in random order within 5 seconds. Mathletics is also available for additional Maths practise.