St. Mary and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School

Home Learning Platform

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Nearly Friday, nearly the weekend and nearly half term ! Even better, tomorrow is a non home learning day ! So today is our last meet before half term. Today’s feedback is on RE.

Maths

Some more work on multiplying and dividing mixed numbers. Use the presentation to remind you what to do then answer the questions. Use the answer sheet to help you identify your mistakes.

Multiplying and Dividing Mixed Numbers

Maths-questions PDF

Maths questions

Maths answer sheet Corrected

Challenge ( Optional )

Multiply-Fractions-by-Integers plus answers

English

Today we are going to be doing some work on prediction with help from predicting with Pip. Use the PowerPoint below and complete the examples in the slides.

Use the PowerPoint to help you answer the questions on the Raider’s Peril extract. Both the text and questions are attached below.

Answers are linked to the Raider’s Peril extract, so you can check your work.

Improving your reading skills with Predictive Pip

Raider’s Peril

RE

Christians come together as a group in in lots of different ways. Use the sheet below to explore some of the ways they unite. Answering the questions will help you identify what brings them together. Can you think of any other ways they unite ?

RE Unity PDF

PE

Over half term . . .

Use the link below to explore Ash Wednesday which is during the half term break

UKS2 Introducing Lent

Extra

Art

Design your own Valentine Card or click on the template below to make a ‘woven’ Valentine card.

heart template

 

Extra Extra !

Try this problem solving game . . .

https://www.the7sisters.co.uk/free/pages/resource/modelling/farmer/index.html

Multiplication games 

https://www.multiplication.com/games/all-games

TT Rockstars

Logon and see how many you can get right in . . . a minute, 3 minutes, after 5 games, 10 games ? Can you improve your average time ?

Or if you have a times tables clock, you could practice that aswell.

Oxford Owl