Can you help Mr Whoops with his spelling? He's made lots of mistakes!
Choose 1 activity sheet each week to complete.
Click here to go to the activity.
(You don't need to print the sheet, you can just write the words in your exercise book)
Our 'Live Lesson' starts at 9.45. See you there
Click here to open our ebook 'Let's go to...'
You will find your safe maths challenges on a document emailed to you on purple mash. We are on week 5. You will need this document every week. Complete on the sheet or on a piece of paper then check your answers and upload to purple mash.
Use the links below to practise different skills. I've added two new links this week.
Choose a skill you need to practise on Daily ten. Y3, use level 3. Y4, use level 4. If you find it too easy or too hard, adjust to the next level up or down. Allow yourself at least 15 seconds to jot down your answers or choose manual if you need more time.
Practise your times table skills using multiplication skills on Purple Mash.
Practise your quickfire addition skills on hit the button. Choose number bonds and doubles.
Try multiplication tile crash. If you want to enter your name in the top ten scores for the day, use a pretend name like Superdog,
Try comparing numbers on a numberline. Start off by comparing numbers to 10 and then move up the levels as you get confident. Remember to look carefully at the divisions on a number line and think what each small space is worth.
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 11
Y3 Unit 6 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.
Check out the shape videos below for an active session followed by a wellbeing session. Look out for Liam who has visited us in school several times!
Join SHAPE Learning Partnership on a physical Arctic adventure. This video had been designed for young people aged 5-11. Alan the Adventurer will take you ...
Join SHAPE Learning Partnership on an Arctic Adventure to develop mindfulness and wellbeing. This video is aimed at young people aged 5-11. India will take...
The celebration for NHS staff, formally known as ‘Clap for Carers’, returned under the new name
of ‘Clap for Heroes’ on the 7th of January, announced by the initiative's founder, Annemarie Plas.
Did you take part in ‘Clap for Carers’ or ‘Clap for Heroes’? If so, what was it like taking part?
Watch the virtual assembly on the picture news website and discuss with someone in your family. You can also add a comment to their website. There are some suggestions on the document below for what to discuss.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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