We are continuing with adding and subtracting decimals but using more formal column methods. Here is the link to the White Rose Maths work but, remember, the BBC Bitesize Daily website also has daily maths lessons, activities and games (which are linked to White Rose Maths - especially after this week) so feel free to go to the BBC site and get some work from there.
As we have been doing for the last couple of weeks, we have tried to link the literacy to the history work. So, this week in history you have to use all that you have found out about Pharaohs to write a job description for the role of Pharaoh of Egypt! If you follow these literacy activities you should be able to find out what a job description and person specification are by having a go at reading and writing them.
Look at this PowerPoint to find out what a job description and person specification are:
Look at these job descriptions for jobs that will need doing once we are back in school
Choose one of the jobs from the Moston Fields Primary Job Section and complete this person specification sheet to show why you would be ideal for the job (either print off the sheet and complete or look at it and create your own on paper).
Use what you have been learning to complete the tasks in this job adverts pack:
Use what you know about Pharaohs and what they used to do to write a job description for a new Pharaoh - think about their role, duties, responsibilities, personal qualities that they would need. Try and write your job description in the syle of the ones you have been reading.
PUNCTUATION AND GRAMMAR
Remember, if you are looking to improve your punctuation and grammar, there is lots of content on George's Anchor site to help out:
Use these 2 sites for e-books to keep going with your reading:
WEEKLY TASKS - HISTORY, ART, SPELLINGS, STEM TASKS . . .
Here are the weekly activities that you can have a go at and, as always, make sure you share your work on Class Dojo.
I'd especially like to see pictures of anyone that manages the STEM task - building a bridge to hold a tin of beans (or any other food stuff you can find in a tin!)