While you are waiting, try the reading activity from Oak Academy. Allow about 25-30 minutes.
Today, you are going to look at a book called Into the Forest by Antony Browne using a lesson from Oak Academy. Today's lesson introduces the text. Click here for the lesson.
Today, we are focussing on the articles 'an' and 'a'. Look on active learn and find the activity 'The and a/an'. Sort the words correctly deciding whether to use a / an. Look carefully at each word. What do you notice about the words with the article 'an'? What about the article 'a'?
Look around the room you are working in. Choose 10- 12 objects and write them down recording the article a or an before each one. Then pick 4-6 of these to put into sentences. Try to start your sentences in different ways. You could even make your sentences slightly silly!
e.g. a drawer
Sliding into a drawer, the knife and fork pushed all the spoons out of the way.
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 6 lesson 7
Y3 Unit 5 lesson 13
You will find the answers here and can mark them yourself then upload to purple mash if you are not sure about anything.
We are continuing our work on the Mayans. This week you are learning about Mayan gods. Go to step two in our topic session for more information on the task. Click here.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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