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Home Learning Spring Term

Welcome to the Palm Class home learning page!

 

We have created this page in preparation so that learning can continue at home.

 

In the documents below you will find more detailed guidance about what we are learning in each subject. 

Below, we have put together a list of useful websites and resources which you and your child can access at home to continue and progress in their learning during this time. 

 

The following websites are currently offering free-access to their home-learning resources:

Twinkl (Home learning packs available)

BrainPOP (subject-specific activities and games)

Teacher's Pet (you will need to create an account, but this is free to do. New resources added each week)

Chatterpack (lots of links for different subjects)

 

The LGFL website also has an extensive range of resources which the children can access using their LGFL login. 

 

https://www.lgfl.net/learning-resources/grid

Challenge!

Long multiplication 1-digit by 4-digit numbers. 

Maths

 

Use long multiplication to multiply three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers.

Science

 

Our topic for Science this term is Rocks.

Children need to:

  • compare and group together different kinds of rocks on the basis of their appearance and simple physical properties
  • describe in simple terms how fossils are formed when things that have lived are trapped within rock
  • recognise that soils are made from rocks and organic matter


Activity 1: Rock Detectives

 

Look at the links below to find out about different kinds of rocks, their properties and how they are formed.

 

To group and compare different types of rocks.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGK1KkLjdQY

If you can go for a walk or go in your garden and look for some different rocks that you can bring home and test. If you can’t go out look around your house and out of the window/ front door. What can you see that is made of rock? Write a list. Can you identify any of the rocks that everyday things are made from? Why are they made from that rock? What properties does that rock have that make it suitable for this purpose?

If you are able to find some examples of rocks you can try some of the tests in the pack below.
 

Follow the link below where you can use your LGFL log in to carry out the virtual experiments linked to our topic on rocks.
Test you Knowledge with these Quizzes about Rocks.
In the document below you can find all key vocabulary and all key knowledge for the topic:

Spellings

 

It is important that you continue to practice your spellings while you are at home. Choose a set of words from the lists below to focus on each week:

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