# Chilton Primary School

One Childhood, One Chance

# Home Learning for Monday 11th May

Monday 11th May:

Morning Team Sky and Team Ocean! Welcome back, we hope you had a lovely long weekend.

Playlist:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCtzkaL2t_Y&list=RDEMDwfWqCd9jXCuVO7pjkJHTw&start_radio=1 The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960. With a line-up comprising John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, they are regarded as the most influential band of all time.

Fact of the day: The Beatles 1966 hit ‘Yesterday’ has been covered more times than any other song ever written. However, the song’s original title was ‘Scrambled Eggs’, which doesn’t quite have the same ring to it.

Morning Journal:  What do you know how to do that maybe others don’t? What could you teach them?

Feelings: What colour are you on this morning? I am feeling on blue this morning, I feel a little tired! I’m sure after I’ve had my breakfast I will be back on to green and ready to start my day.

We have attached a story all about the Corona Virus for children by Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson & Nia Roberts and Illustrated by Axel Scheffler (The Gruffalo)  We thought it may be a little easier to explain everything through this story with recognisable illustrations! Please feel free to read (You do not have to!) Maybe you could have a go at writing your own book?

Today we would like you to complete a time capsule activity!

We have attached the sheets for you. If you do not have a printer, do not worry! You could make your own fancy one!

The sheets ask you to write all about yourself, how you feel, what you are doing to keep yourself busy and to write a letter to yourself.

Please take your time completing this as it will be so special to you in the future, it does not all have to be completed today.

Enjoy!!

Maths:  This week we will be focussing our learning on statistics!

MOS: Today we would like you to count in steps of 5. Remember to start at 0 and count in multiples of 5. How far can you get? Write them down if that helps you, remember the trick that when counting in 5s the ones number will always be 0 or 5!

Task: Today we will be looking at tally marks. We use tally marks as a quick way to note down information. When we complete a tally mark we use the rhyme….

1, 2, 3, 4 close the gate 5 to help us!

1. Can you write the tally marks for 1-20?

1. Interpret tally marks

1. Complete the chart

1. Create your own tally chart

RE:

The Story of Passover – BBC Bitesize lesson.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk4grj6

Watch the first animated film about the story of Moses.

Passover celebrates and remembers these events.

Click on the picture (Under the video clip) to learn about the ten plagues.

How is Passover celebrated?

On the evening before Passover starts, Jews have a special service called a Seder (Order). This takes place over a meal with family and friends at home.

During the meal, the story of Exodus is told from a book called the Haggadah (Narration). Everybody takes part in reading from the Haggadah. Some parts are read in Hebrew and some parts are read in English.

Watch the next clip in which 10-year-old Solly from Manchester uses his own video camera to share the experience of his family preparing for the festival of Passover.

The Seder Plate

During passover Jewish homes place a seder plate on a table. Each item on the plate represents an aspect of the passover story. Click on the activity below this section on the link to learn more about each item.

We want to test your knowledge – attached is a Sedar plate worksheet. You will need to find the correct item and stick in the correct place (If you have not got a printer you could draw your own!)

Helping at home challenge: Pick any room in the house and help tidy it up or clean it. This could be dusting, hoovering, or putting things back where they belong.

We hope you have a lovely day!

Lots of love

Miss Davey and Miss Keam

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