This week, we are continuing to use the lessons on the Oak national academy for Maths. The lessons are suitable for following on your phone, tablet 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 continues the work on adding using the column method by Mrs Crane. You can find it here.
Y3 – today’s lesson is on rounding to estimate subtraction with Miss Brinkworth. You can find it here.
We are carrying on practising speech marks again today.
I have also set you a video to watch on the twinkl go website. Check your purple mash email for the code you need. It will be sent Tuesday morning.
Again, please take a photo of your work and upload on purple mash.
We’re really looking forward to being back in school on Wednesday. We’ll be starting an exciting new unit in English.
Phonics / Handwriting / Spelling
Everyone - I have set an activity on purple mash to practise there, their and they’re – check you know the difference between them
Phonics group – 1.On purple mash, I have set a phonics activity practising –ar and –ow.
2.Can you tell your adult all the sounds on the sound cards?
No nonsense spelling group – more homophones, show me you understand the difference between there, their and they’re. Can you write a sentence that shows each word being used correctly?
We hope you enjoyed finding out about Mary Anning last week. This week we are finding out about soil and what soil is made from.
Then, go outside into your garden, ask an adult if it is okay to examine some soil. Use a trowel or small spade and dig a handful of soil up.
Look Draw what you can see. What colour are the grains? How big are the grains?
Smell How would you describe the smell?
Feel How would you describe the texture?
What else did you find in your soil sample?
Challenge Put your soil into a jar of water. Shake and let it settle. What do you notice?
Can you find a creative way to record your findings and upload onto purple mash?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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