# Tuesday 26th January

## Tuesday 26th January

Timetable

 Literacy Guided Reading Maths - Starter Maths - Main Mrs Wordsmith Spelling test Science Wellbeing

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).

Literacy

Watch the lesson and complete the activity explained within it.

## Planning a story

Today I would like you to look at the text from yesterday about the circulatory system (attached). Highlight or list all as many non-fiction features as you can find.

## Guided Reading - The Circulatory System Text

Maths - Starter

Work through the powerpoint to complete the calculations. They are timed so you only have 45 seconds on each calculation.

If you prefer you can work through the calculations at your own pace first - these are on the word document. Then repeat the activity using the powerpoint to practise working out the calculations in the set timings.

Maths - Main

Watch the lesson below and afterwards create decimals numbers and whole numbers to multiply the numbers by, using dice. It is explained in the lesson below how to do this. Or, you can use the decimal number square instead, to pick a number from to then multiply by the number you roll your dice with. Repeat as many times as you like.

## Tuesday maths

Mrs Wordsmith

Watch the lesson below for your Tuesday's Mrs Wordsmith words.

## Mrs Wordsmith Tuesday 26th January

Spelling test

We have changed the spelling test day to a Tuesday. These are the spellings we gave you last week and you practised yesterday. Ask someone in your household to read the words out to you one at a time, then write the words down. The mark the spellings afterwards. We would love to know what your score is. Good luck!

Group One

character, chemist, Christmas, chord, chorus, ache, echo, orchid, school, orchestra, knack, kneel, knight, knack, knew.

Group Two

vacant, elegant, significant, arrogant, lubricant, applicant, defiant, compliant, occupant, reliant, observant, expectant, hesitant, tolerant, dominant.

Group Three

rain, train, main, pain, again, hail, wait, tail, aim, fail

Science

Watch the Oak Academy lesson below and complete the activities within it. Then create a poster, an information leaflet or a booklet to show the information you have learned about the importance of having a healthy lifestyle.

Wellbeing

Think of your favourite character and draw them. This character could be from a book or a film that you really enjoy. Then write key words and/or sentences to show why they are your favourite character. What do you admire about them? What are their not so good points? Does that matter?

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