Timetable - Thursday 14th January
Please also remember to complete your reading for 20 minutes a day. Once you have finished your reading book, complete an AR test using the useful links page (tree icon).
Also, please complete 10 minutes of consolidating your times tables and division facts by using TTRockstars. The link for this is also on the useful link page (tree icon).
Today I'd like you to think about food. We know already that food affects our bodies. For example, fruit and vegetables can help to make us strong and fight illness. But we sometimes forget that food is important for our minds too.
Think about the ways you or others might use food as a way to celebrate or connect with others. One example could be celebrating a birthday with birthday cake. Think about your culture and how food can play a role there too. For example, in Britain many people eat a roast dinner on a Sunday and eat Pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.
Collect all of your ideas together and make a picture/poster of foods which you eat as a way to connect with others, or for tradition. How do you feel when you get these foods?
Today you will be writing a recount, based on the Spiderman clip. Go through the video to remind yourself of some of the events and features you may wish to use.
Remember to sequence the events in time order. Attached is a writing template to help you with this.
Today I would like you to discuss with an adult the meanings of the following words:
All of these words are used in the Peter Rabbit story. Go back through to see how those words are used in sentences.
Now, try to use three of the words in a sentence of your own.
Complete the Maths activity mat attached, or as much of it as you can, if you are looking at the screen. Then check your answers and discuss with an adult.
Today in Maths we are looking at estimating. I would like you to estimate lengths and then measure them. Have a look at the worksheet attached and follow the instructions. There are three levels of challenge, so pick the one which is the appropriate level for you.
Today, the netball focus is going to be pivoting. In netball, once you have gained possession (caught) the ball, you are only allowed to take one step before passing the ball to another player. In order to change the direction that you pass the ball, players use pivoting. Attached is a link which explains pivoting in further detail and what it should look like. If you have an appropriate ball and some space outside, have a go at this. It would help to have a partner throw the ball to you mid-run. If you cannot do this activity, please choose a different active activity. A 20 minute Joe Wicks workout would be ideal.
We are very fortunate to have an online home learning resource available for you to access your French lessons from home. Please follow the link I have attached. It will require login details. The details are:
When you get onto the site select the intermediate level. We are covering unit 10. Please start on lesson 2. There will be a slideshow, along with a variety of activities you can complete to go alongside the slideshow.