I hope you are all well and had a restful evening.
Below are the activities for today. You do not need to print off all the work sheets, but please write your answers in your home learning books. When you've completed your work, please ask your parents to take a photo and email it to me; I will then send you some feedback. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Please work through the powerpoint below on the active and passive voice. Have a go at the activities given on the slides shown.
Active and Passive
When you have completed the powerpoint, have a look at the two pages, from 'How Dogs Really Work', below. Can you identify any passive sentences? Can you change these to active? Can you spot any active sentences? Can you change these to passive? Please click on the images to enlarge them.
Finally, I would like you to think about your chosen animal (that you have been writing about this week) and write an explanation about how they move. I would like you to include at least two passive sentences and two relative clauses. Don't forget to try to use a range of punctuation too!
Please watch the video on equivalent fractions, below. When you've watched the video, you can then complete the worksheet.
Equivalent fractions worksheet
Work through the powerpoint below to begin understanding what physical features are. I would then like you to research different physical features of the UK and complete the sheet below. You need to identify 4 physical features of the UK, draw a diagram of them and describe what they look and where they can be found.
Physical features sheet
Finally, please continue with your daily reading, and if you have IDL/Nessy accounts, please log onto these for a minimum of 20 minutes a day,
If you need anything, please get in touch.
Take care and stay safe,