While you are waiting, try the reading activity from Oak Academy. Allow about 30 minutes.
Today's book is a non-fiction book about the deep sea. This is lesson 3 of 5. Find the lesson by clicking here.
In today's lesson, we are going to generate an ideas bank for everything we can see or imagine is happening in this picture. We will save this into the class notebook in MS teams so you can look back at it.
Using the ideas we have generated together, can you write a paragraph (4-8 sentences) to describe what is happening in the picture? In MS teams, make sure you are logged in using your Barlow log in, then click on class notebook, click on the navigation button on the left hand side, choose your name then choose class notes and Mystery in Venice. It will appear directly after the live lesson.
For each sentence you write, underline a word or phrase that is particularly effective. Before you hand it in on purple mash, check your work.
Today's Maths lesson can be found in your text book and practice book.
Live lessons: Y4 at 10:30 and Y3 at 11:15 live online.
Join us to go through the text book section together then complete your practice book independently.
Y4 Unit 8 Lesson 1
Y3 Unit 8 Lesson 2
You will find the answers here and can mark them yourself then upload to purple mash if you are not sure about anything.
This term, we are continuing to learn about Scratch programming. Remember you can download the free scratch programme (check with your grown-up).
We are going to spend a few weeks working on our final project to create a story book so use today to create a file with the back drops you want for your story and two or three characters. Look at the Create a story section in Spring 2021 below.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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