# Week 8: Beginning Mon 08.06.20

Maths – it is Decimals this week – there are 4 daily lessons!

We will be using resources from the White Rose scheme that is used as the basis for the maths teaching at Leighton.

Access the site using this link:

Click on Week 7. Then click on the Red tab (Video links) – this gives access to view a short video that introduces each day’s lesson.

After watching the video, complete the worksheet for that day, or use your Home Learning book or just plain paper to record your answers. The worksheets, and a set of answers, are included as an attachment on this page if you want to use them as a visual resources or print.

PSHE-  Diversity and Communities

To start this new unit of work, you will be focusing on the following objectives.

• To be able to describe aspects of your identity, and to recognise similarities and differences between yourself and others.

• To recognise difference and respect diversity, including the importance of recognising and challenging stereotypes.

• To know about groups and communities that exist locally, and the roles some people play in the community.

responsibilities of humans towards them.

Please see the attached document with your first week of activities. Most of these will be discussion based with an element of drawing and writing at times.

Science- To continue your work on states of matter you are going to look at solids, gases and liquids in a bit more detail.

You should have a good understanding of what a solid, liquid and gas is and the differences between them. However, some solids are made of small particles that can be poured but this does not make them a liquid.

Think of rice. It is something you can handle and pour. If you have some at home, pour some into your hand. How many grains of rice have you got? Pour the grains of rice from your hand to another person or your other hand.

If you had one grain of rice could you pour this?

No. Why?

You can pour a bowl of rice like a liquid, because it is made up of lots of grains. You cannot pour one grain. Each grain of rice is a solid. Some solids that are made up of small particles (like rice) can be poured like a liquid but each particle is in fact a solid.

Attached is a worksheet. Look at the different states and decide where they should be placed in the Venn diagram. Where possible discuss your answers with an adult and justify your reasoning.