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Tuesday 02.03.21

Tuesday 2nd March 2021

 

Remember...before you start your work for the day, register using the link below...

 

A message from us...

Hi Everyone! We hope you are all feeling great and are enjoying your last week of home learning. We are now officially on the countdown to all being back together! Today's lessons involve constructing pictograms in maths, reading about notable people in reading and creating your own mythical beast in writing. This afternoon, you are going to explore synthetic materials in science. Have a great day everyone, make sure to have a break too and to get some fresh air. 

Stay safe and we are here if you need anything. 

Miss Mapother & Mrs Hawkins x 

Basic Skills

Please click on the link below to complete the Basic Skills document. 

This includes...

  • 5 a day
  • SPAG
  • Word of the day
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Spellings

Make sure to complete all the work. 

Maths

For today's lesson, we are going to start a new topic all about Graphs and today you are going to be focusing on constructing pictograms.

Please click on the link below to take you to the learning page. Remember to do all the quizzes, watch the video and complete the worksheet below...

 

PDF version of the video

BREAKTIME!

Take 15 minutes to have a break, snack and some fresh air before you continue the rest of your work for this morning!

English

Writing

For today's lesson, we are going to be starting a new topic called 'Unicorns Uncovered'. Please click on the link below to read the text and write your story.

There is also an audio format if you would like to hear that too.

Reading

 

In today's lesson you are going to continue reading about Bessie Coleman and will answer questions about the text. 

Please click on the text below and then answer the questions using the second link.

Questions about the text

LUNCHTIME!

Well done, half way through the day! Grab some food, have a break and get some fresh air before this afternoon's lessons.

 

Collective Worship

Click on the images below to take you to today's collective worship slide. Please use this time to reflect.

Newsroom

Stay up to date on the news in the world and read the news article below and answer the comprehension questions using the link...

Big Maths

Using the link below, please practice the skills for your Big Maths which were areas that some of you struggled on and if we practice a little more, we will have lots of 10/10! You can do this!

Click on the Clic document that links to you. 

Science

In today's lesson you are going to be learning from our new topic called 'Raw and synthetic materials'. Today's lesson is all about synthetic materials. Please click on the picture below to take you to the page. Make sure to complete the quizzes, watch the video, complete the worksheet and complete the deeper learning task.

 

DEEPER LEARNING TASK: 

A Science Museum is trying to create a brochure to explain how synthetic materials are made and to explain their uses. TASK: help them to create a fun, engaging brochure to explain what synthetic materials are, name some and explain their uses. 

 

Daily Mile

 

Time to get active, get your trainers on and complete the daily mile by either running, walking or doing some physical activity outside or even around the house!

WAIT! Before you log off for the day, make sure to upload your wonderful work to the blog for me to see...

Relax...

Sit back, put your feet up, get cosy and relax to the next chapter of 'The boy who grew dragons'.

The Boy Who Grew Dragons Readalong - Chapter 11

The Boy Who Grew Dragons is a delightful debut novel from author Andy Shepherd, illustrated by Sara Ogilvie, and published by Piccadilly Press.Shortlisted fo...

Extra Activities

To continue to practice on your skills, have a go on some of the apps. A housepoint for each activity you complete (make sure to let me know). Follow the link below to tell you more...

Now it is time to log off! 

Well done for another amazing day of home learning, keep up the great work and enjoy your evening!

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