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Thursday 4th February



Literacy - 45 minutes
Guided Reading - 30 minutes
Class Story - 15 minutes
Maths - Starter -15 minutes
Maths - Main - 45 minutes
Mrs Wordsmith - 15 minutes
Spellings - 15 minutes
French - 30 minutes
PE - 30 minutes


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).


L.O. I am learning to create tension in my story to describe what goes wrong.

Today you will be taking one of the ideas from your dilemma mind map yesterday and building on the idea to create a first draft of a suspense paragraph. Watch the video attached, which shows a model paragraph with a selection of descriptive features you can use in your work.


Still image for this video

Guided Reading

L.O. I am learning to make notes on how to perform a poem.

Watch the clip below from Michael Rosen. He tells you how to perform a poem. Today, you will make notes on your Foreign Lands poem you looked at yesterday, on how you would like to perform your poem. Tomorrow, you will practise your poem using these notes.

You don't have to print off your poem, you can write it out to write your notes on, or use what you had yesterday as it is the same poem.

Class story

In school an adult will read to you for approximately 15 minutes a day. We have chosen to read to you Harry Potter, a well known children's story, with Bloomsbury's permission.

Thursday Class Story

Maths- Starter

Go through the slides on the mental maths ppt. You are given 45 seconds for each questions and can use a pencil and paper to help you do workings out. The answers are on the slide at the end.

Maths - Main task

L.O. I am learning what prime numbers and prime factors are.

You have learned about prime numbers and factors before. Today you are going to learn how to find the prime factors of a number, using factor trees. Watch the video attached to show you how to do this and then complete the worksheets attached. Don't be scared by some of the technical language on the video; just watch what is happening on the screen and it will seem a lot easier to follow.

Prime Factorization (Intro and Factor Trees)

Mrs Wordsmith

Today I would like you to write a sentence for each of the Mrs Wordsmith words below. We covered these words last half term, so hopefully you still recall their meanings. If you have forgotten, please look the meaning up before you use them in your sentences.





Below are your spellings for this week. Try to use all of the words in a paragraph, ensuring that the spellings are correct. 


Group One

guess, guest, guide, guilt, guitar, build, built, biscuit, circuit, disguise, wrap, wreck, wrist, wrong


Group Two

elegance, significance, insignificance, arrogance, extravagance, alliance, appliance, defiance, compliance, reliance, observance, expectance, hesitance, tolerance, dominance


Group Three

thirty, sir, thirsty, shirt, first, girl, bird, dirt, skirt, twirl


This is the final Language Angels lesson for this weather module. Login using the link below and the following details.


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Find the intermediate level > unit 10 > lesson 5

Make your way through the powerpoint and complete the activity at the end. 


Attached is a link to a site filled with lots of PE at home ideas! Have a look through and choose some to follow during your PE session today.