|Literacy - 45 minutes|
|Guided Reading - 30 minutes|
|Class Story - 15 minutes|
|Maths - Starter -15 minutes|
|Maths - Main - 45 minutes|
|Mrs Wordsmith - 15 minutes|
|Spelling Test - 15 minutes|
|Science - 45 minutes|
|Wellbeing - 20 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 write the 'where next?' setting description.
Yesterday, you wrote about your first setting, which was of the castle. Today, you are going to write the setting description for your second setting, which is further away from the castle. Watch the lesson below to show how to do this and then have a go at writing your own!
L.O. I am learning to make inferences from a picture.
Remember, yesterday you were looking at clues to answer questions on a picture. I would like you to do the same in preparation for some poetry exploring you are going to do tomorrow. Draw out the table below and answer the questions on the slide.
|Question number||Answer to the question||Which clues in the picture helped you answer the question?|
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.
Maths - Starter
L.O. I am learning to work out the fraction of an number.
Maths - Main
L.O. I am learning what a cubed number is.
Watch the lesson below. It describes how to find cubed numbers and what they look like. Then try the activities underneath. You may choose either medium or spicy dependent on how confident you feel.
Watch the lesson below for your Tuesday's Mrs Wordsmith words.
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 - silent 't' and 'n'
castle, nestle, thistle, jostle, rustle, fasten, listen, glisten, christen, moisten, condemn, hymn, solemn, column, autumn
Group Two - the 'ent' suffix
agent, recent, intelligent, innocent, frequent, accident, incident, confident, resident, evident, payment, agreement, shipment, employment, argument
Group Three - 'or' sound
story, more, tore, sore, storm, boring, fork, torch, short, born
L.O. I am learning to carry out my planned investigation.
Yesterday, you planned a Science experiment. Today, you will carry out that Science experiment. Work through the powerpoint below, follow the plan you had written yesterday and then write up your findings and report. You can use the attached format to help you.
It is very easy to become negative in lockdown. Today, I would like you to practise turning negative thoughts into positive ones. Using the statements in the attachment below, complete the table showing you turning negative statements into positive ones. You can present these statements in a poster so you can make it big, bold and colourful with happy drawings which make you feel good.