Good morning everyone, we’re half way through the week! Here’s today’s learning, enjoy!
Have a re-cap from yesterday’s learning with Mr Baird.
We’re learning to find out fractions of an amount today.
Remember a fraction tells you a part of an amount. For example, what is 1/2 of 12 sweets? It’s the same as saying 12 sweet shared into two groups. The 12 comes from the TOTAL amount and the 2 comes from the DENOMINATOR (the bottom number of a fraction).
1/2 of 12 = 6.
1/2 of 16 = 8. The 16 comes from the TOTAL amount and the 2 comes from the DENOMINATOR.
Sometimes the denominator may be a 4, this means you share the total amount into 4 groups. For example, 1/4 of 12 is the same as saying 12 shared into 4 groups. 1/4 of 12 = 3.
Therefore, if the denominator is 3, this means you share the total amount into 3 groups. For example, 1/3 of 12 is the same as saying 12 shared by 3.
1/3 of 12 = 4.
Watch out though, the NUMERATOR (the top number of a fraction) may be a different number. For example, 2/3. This fraction is saying that there are 3 groups, but we’re counting 2 of the 3 groups.
2/3 of 9 = 6.
2/4 of 12. There’s 12 in total, we’re sharing by 4 groups, we’re counting 2 of the 4 groups. 2/4 of 12 = 6.
As a starter today I would like you to set a timer for 1 minute using the link below. In that minute I would like you to think of as many verbs as you can that relate to sport.
How did you do?
Here are some you could have thought of.
What is a ‘suffix’?
A suffix is a letter or group of letters added to the end of a word to change its meaning.
Have a look at the word walk.
Here are some different suffixes on the word walk, can you spot the odd one out?
What is the wrong word?
That’s right Walkes is not right – You must decide if you need to add -s or -es. A verb will not use both of these suffixes.
Let’s have another go. Which of these words are incorrect.
Here are the rules to follow when adding a suffix.
|Spelling Rules for Adding Suffixes|
|Just add the suffix!
|Double the consonant
When a word ends in a short vowel sound and a single consonant, you double the last letter.
|Drop the final ‘e’
When a word ends in a silent letter “e,” drop that final “e” if the suffix you are using begins with a vowel.
Look at today’s list of sport-related verbs.
For each verb you should:
Write a sentence using the verb with each suffix shown. See example!
Here is today’s activity sheet.
Find a quiet peaceful space in your home. You may want to dress the area with some cushions, soft toys or some pillows. Make yourself comfortable. Then listen to Mr Baird’s story and relax.
Story: Mindfulness Butterfly
We are learning about Tsunamis today. Watch this video to see what one is and how it’s made.
Watch Mr Baird’s video to learn about what impact Tsunamis have on land and how you can keep yourselves nice and safe!
Have a go at making your own Tsunami – use the instructions below to help you.
Alternatively, write an acrostic poem based on Tsunamis! Remember to think outside the box and be creative!
Why do we wear uniforms?
Why is it important to have an identity/to belong?
Think about uniforms that we know.
Why do we have them? Do you think they are important? Would you rather not wear a uniform? Why?
The 5 Ks are aspects of a Sikh uniform.
What I would like you to do is draw a picture of each of the 5ks and then describe why a Sikh would wear that item.
Have a great day everyone, keep smiling.