# Well done everyone – you have done so well!

TODAY’S HOME LEARNING: MATHS, ENGLISH, R.E., STILLING TIME

MATHS

Starter: To have a go at this maths trick you will need a set of dominoes. Try it on someone at home – they will be amazed!

If you haven’t got dominoes, you can choose a game from Mathletics.

MILD

Look on Mathletics – you will have a task set for today and then see if you can complete another task that was set that you haven’t done yet.

SPICY/HOT

L.I. To illustrate and name parts of a circle.

Have a go at the quiz, watch the video then try the activity.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-illustrate-and-name-parts-of-circles

See if you have any outstanding tasks on Mathletics.

ENGLISH

Today I there is just one choice for English. I think everyone can have a go at the topic this week.

L.I.- To create a character poem.

Be prepared to laugh, cry and everything in between as you delve into three of Pixar’s best shorts.

When following links online, parents should monitor that children are remaining on that page only and are keeping safe online.
Watch and enjoy the Pixar short, Piper on YouTube here – Piper Pixar short film 2016 full:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAIRXIckfMA
Watch the film again, concentrating on the thoughts and feelings of Piper and Piper’s parent at these key points:
You may wish to use this format to support you:

Piper

Key points from the scene                              Piper’s Thoughts and Feelings

0:00-1:00 mins

1:00-1:30

1:30-1:58

1:58-3:00

3:00 – 3:34

3:34 – end

Piper’s Parent

Key points from the scene                              Piper’s Parent’s Thoughts and Feelings

0:00-1:00 mins

1:00-1:30

1:30-1:58

1:58-3:00

3:00 – 3:34

3:34 – end

Once you have gathered the thoughts and feelings for Piper and Piper’s parent, create a free-verse poem (no rules poem) for either character. You may want to use the thoughts and feelings you jotted down, look at improving some of your vocabulary by using a thesaurus or www.wordhippo.com and presenting these as a poem, such as:

Piper
Breakfast time – Hurray!
Confused,
Why is Mummy not returning?
Desperate, starving.
Let’s go and meet her.
Search for food myself?
Has she lost her mind?
CRASH
Bewildered, Petrified, horrified.
What was that?

R.E.

To end our topic on Pentecost, here is a fun activity to make a paper dove to represent the Holy Spirit.

STILLING TIME