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Thursday 14th May

Happy Thursday message

Happy Thursday everyone! Hopefully, the sun will shine and we will all smile often.

Q: David's parents have three sons: Snap, Crackle and...?

A: David!

I hope you enjoy the activities I have set for you today.

Best wishes,

Mr Griffin

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Please pray with me.

Let us start our day with a prayer:

Our Father, who art in Heaven,

hallowed be Thy name,

Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done

on Earth as it is in Heaven.

Give us this day, our daily bread;

and forgive us our trespasses

as we forgive those that trespass against us;

and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

Amen.

It's time for a workout

Activity 1 - Mathematics

Go to Lesson 4 - Bonds to 100 (tens and ones)

1.  Watch and listen to the video and answer the questions.

2. Click on the link to the worksheet for today.

3.  Click on the answers link to check your answers and see how many you got right.

Activity 2 - English

1. Please read the story 'Dream On' again.

Now read the Booklet for Day 4 and then the lesson on Sentence Types.

Day 4 Question Booklet

2. Finding out about different sorts of sentence 

Open the Hamilton PowerPoint, Sentence Types

  • Read the information on identifying and writing questions, statements, exclamations and commands. 
  • Complete the 2 exercises on the slides. Don’t look at the answers until you have had a go yourself! 

 

3. Identifying different sentences linked to Dream On

Read each of the Dream On Sentences in turn

  • Say what type of sentence each is – a question, a statement, an exclamation or a command. Write it with correct punctuation. 
  • Carefully check your work against the Answers page. Did you get all of them right? 

 

4. Let’s get ready to write 

On My Dream, write an account of a dream of your own, made up or real. 

  • Start like Dream OnI dreamed that I.... 
  • As well as statement sentences, challenge yourself to use a question, an exclamation and a command in your writing. 

 

Challenge:  

• Do a drawing of your dream to go with your writing. 

• Keep a diary of any dreams you have. 

Activity 3 - History

Today we are going to look at the differences between hospitals now and then.  Do you think hospitals are the same now as in Florence Nightingale's time?

 

1)  Take a look at this worksheet.  This is a hospital from Florence Nightingale's time. 

  • Match the problem to the solution.
  • On page 2, look at the picture and explain what the problems were at the hospital and how Florence Nightingale solved them

Match the problem to the solution

2) Now look at what a modern day hospital looks like.

3) Complete the worksheet Comparing Victorian and Modern Day Hospitals.

There are three levels to this activity.  Pick how much you would like to challenge yourself:

1 star = mild 

2 stars = medium

3 stars = spicy (challenging)

Challenge:  Do you know any buildings named after Florence Nightingale?

I hope you enjoyed completing the activities today and you have a relaxing evening.

Best wishes,

Mr Griffin

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