To warm you up, have a think about emotion word sentences. Can you write three of your own? There are some examples below.
Main: Read or listen to the extract below (just between 1 minute and 2 minutes) Consider what it would be like to be an evacuee during the war and the Blitz. You could research evacuees before you complete this task.
Now write your own emotion word sentences explaining how the children felt when they had to leave their Mum and when they arrived at their new destination.
Warm up today by counting forwards and backwards in tenths from 3.5 e.g. 3.5, 3.4, 3.3, 3.2 etc.
Main: To multiply and divide by 10 and 100.
Remember we can use a place value grid to help us multiply by 10 and 100. Watch the video below if you need reminding on how to use it:
Our new unit is living things are their habitats. Have a walk around your garden, or perhaps around the village if you are out for a walk. Can you identify four different things that are alive? Draw them and think about how you knew they were living.
Think about the seven characteristics of a living thing. Make a poster to explain these.
This week we are going to be reading a text which is about Christmas. Before we read anything, we need to activate our prior knowledge. What does Christmas mean to you? Does everyone have the same Christmas traditions? Talk to somebody else on the phone and find out their Christmas traditions.
Draw a picture of what Christmas means to you and write down vocabulary you link with this time of year.
How can we keep active whilst we are staying at home? Why is it important? Have a look at one of Joe Wicks' videos and try some of his exercises.
Now create your own workout routine. If possible film it and we will add it to the website next week for others to try!