This week, we are going to use the lessons on the Oak national academy for Maths. The lessons are suitable for following on your phone, table or computer and you just need a pencil and paper. When the teacher asks you to write something down or work something out, try to set it out neatly and keep your digits lined up just like we do with the squares in our maths books. The lesson will usually include:
When you have done the lesson, you could take a photo of your work and upload it onto purple mash.
Y4 - today’s lesson is on deriving addition and subtraction facts by Mrs Crane. You can find it here. See if you spot the error on one of the questions on the final quiz!
Y3 – today’s lesson is on adding multiples of 10 with Mrs Brinkworth. You can find it here. If you can’t see the independent task, you can see it if you pause the video at 8:16.
Today, we would like you to practise writing in paragraphs. Paragraphs are groups of sentences all about the same topic. Usually you can link your sentences together using connectives. You should also try to include different types of sentences.
Remind yourself of the information in the book ‘Was Tutankhamen killed?’ which you can find on Active Learn by skimming through the information in screens 3-9. You are going to write 3 short paragraphs with 3-5 sentences in each paragraph.
Please use the headings below and set out on paper using your neatest joined handwriting. When you have finished, check your work carefully for spelling, capital letters and full stops. Then take a photograph of your work and upload to purple mash.
‘Finding the tomb’
‘The treasures inside’
If you would like an extra challenge, add one more paragraph using a heading of your choice.
Phonics / Handwriting / Spelling
Phonics group – use the phase three spelling activity page 16, j spelling activity. Use a sheet with lines on to help practise writing the letter j correctly and then to put it into some words. Can you tell your adult all the sounds on the sound mat?
No nonsense spelling group – use the word list. All these words sound very similar. Can you find out what each word means and either write or draw a definition for each word.
Spend some time reading with an adult. Record in your reading record. Or read one of the books allocated to you on Active Learn.
We have been working on movement skills. Have a go at the circuit training suggestions on here. Maybe you could add some of your own ideas on too.
We have been looking at staying safe. Have a look at the scenarios here and discuss with an adult what you would do to keep yourself safe.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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