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St Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Primary School

Wednesday 10th February

Morning Activity

For your morning activity, choose from the following:

  1. Repeat the 180 times tables sheet from Monday
  2.  Spend 15 minutes on Hit the Button
  3. Spend 15 minutes on TT Rockstars
  4. Practise this week’s spellings

Grammar Activity

There are two short grammar activities to complete – one for Wednesday and one for Thursday. These can be printed out, answered in books or simply discussed.


This week we will complete three lessons on Reading for Pleasure from Oak Academy. After this, we will look briefly at performance poetry by trying to learn and perform a poem.

Each day this week, you will be given a short text followed by a comprehension.

You may either print out the appropriate answer sheet or simply write the answers in your home-learning book.

Today the comprehension is very short and is focused on specific reading skills. There is an instruction page to read first.


This week’s Maths continues our topic of fractions. We will be moving on to equivalent fractions. Live lessons on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday will be based on this.


I have also included a true or false reasoning activity.


The power point will take you through each step. If you need more of a challenge, check out the problem solving activities that I have included in the list of resources for Friday 12th February.


Remember to keep up with your reading for at least 30 minutes a day. Well done to all of those pupils who are completing quizzes regularly and working towards their Spring target. It is good to see that almost every pupil is now building up points towards their target every week.


Please work through the power point below. This should actually be quite familiar, as we have already looked at the water cycle in English.

I know that you may not be able to make a mini water world as described, but you can still observe both evaporation and condensation in everyday life when you have a hot shower or bath.


If you are able to print documents out, you will be able to make a water cycle wheel.