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18 January 2021

PSCHE

Today, we are going to be considering how our mood changes across the day. We don’t necessarily stay in the green zone, or blue zone.

How often do you think we change the zone we are in within the day?

Today, we will be doing an activity to figure out an answer to this question!

If you have your PSCHE folders at home, you should find a ‘zones across the day worksheet.’  If you can’t find it, I’ve attached a copy below. On the left hand side of the chart, you need to colour in the boxes, blue, green, yellow and red to represent the zones.

Along the bottom, you can write different events throughout your day eg. Getting up, breakfast, maths zoom, break, English work, lunch, afternoon activities, free time, dinner, chores, bath, bedtime.

 

After each event, draw a dot in the correct box to show which zone you are in. You can join up your dots, to create a line graph, so you can compare your different moods. (Look below for an example.)

Finding Your Zone of Regulation - Bethel Bible Village

 

Maths

Today, we will be recapping how to multiply 2 digit numbers by a 1 digit number.

You can draw it out, however, it is quicker and more efficient to use the multiplication method. This is what they both methods look like: 

There are a few top tips to help you remember how to douse the multiplication method:

1. Write out your hundreds, tens and units

2. Write your biggest number into the correct columns

3. Write your single digit into the ones column

4. Multiply your numbers in the ones column, then write your answer underneath

5. Multiply your numbers in the tens column, then write your answer underneath

6. This is your answer!

If you are not sure of your times tables, this might help you this week: 

Spellings:

Please have a go at 'Choose the right word' for Unit 6 in your purple spelling books

English 

Today we will be reading Chapter 4 in our Zoom session together at 10:30am. We will be discussing the following questions: 

1. Why is Hiccup humiliated when he walks through the village?

2. What did Snotlout suggest Hiccup should call his dragon?

3. What is the ancient Viking Rule that Snoutlout has broken?

3. What is the name of the author of the book?

4. How much does the book cost?

Task: Your job is to do the reading comprehension. Choose between the 1 star, 2 star and 3 star questions and then mark your answers when you have finished. 

RE (Zoom input at 1:00 pm)

Listen to this song, God has Chosen me. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgNMK2fPDmg

 What is the message from this song?

‘Designating them apostles- that they might be with him and that he might send them out to preach and to have authority to drive out demons’ – Mark 3: 13-13

What community were the apostles members of?

People who followed Jesus in the early church were called Christians.

Christians then created a community called a church).

Write down 3 questions that they would like to ask the disciples. 

Why do you think Jesus needed to choose people to help him?

What rules do you think the apostles lived by? 

 

Task: Write a diary entry as if you were an apostle.  You can use the template below or you can go free hand. 

Think about: How the day began, how you felt, how the day changed, how you felt. In your diary, try to explain why you think Jesus was sent.