Week Beginning 01-06-20

Another word puzzle for you, just like the ones we have in class. Can you work out the hidden meaning here. Remember it will be a well known phrase or saying. Message me on Edmodo if you think you know (don't put it in comments because then others will see it.
Maths
This week, we will be using the White Rose Home Learning Materials to support your learning.
Follow the link below and go to the Week 1 links (not the Summer Term week one).
Lesson 1: Multiply 2-digit numbers
Lesson 2: Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits
Lesson 3: Divide with remainders
Lesson 4: Calculate Permieters
There are videos for each day and the worksheets are in your home learning pack. When you have completed them, look at the answers on the page.
Maths Challenges
Here is an extra challenge for you to work on together.
You don't need a print out of this problem, but some marbles of different colours (or M&Ms) could be useful.
English
This week you have a reading comprehension about the Moon and about eclipses. Answers will be on this page next week.
Writing
The writing this week is based on this image "Controlling the Weather". It is from Pobble 365 and is on each of the tasks below.
Reading Answers
Here are the answers for last week's reading texts
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Here is a different kind of maths lesson.
A chance to practice your adding at the same time as trying to spot patterns - the most important thing in maths.
Watch the video and have a go at the activity. 
Tell me how you got on by posting on Edmodo.
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Topic work and Fun Stuff
Science
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Read the ideas that the children on these posters have. Who do you agree with?
Watch the films below about the way that the moon seems to change shape. Then try the worksheets in your home-learning packs.
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Computing
Rather than a challenge - which very few people seem to be taking up - here are the instructions to follow to make an Angry Cats game in Scratch. Remember to save using your name first.
Art
Here is a video to show you how to create a piece of Op-art.
When you have watched it, create your own.
Then try one of these explorations.
Try a different starting shape.
try going back the other way after a few turns. Look at the Vasarely works for inspiration.
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If you've got any squared paper, you could have a try at curve-stitching. You can actually do it with plain paper but you have to do a lot of measuring and marking out first.
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Make-it Challenge
You definitely need support from your parents for the balloons activity. The question is - does it work?
Post any images in Edmodo.