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Monday 8th February 2021

Welcome to the last week of term 3.  Not quite the term we hoped for but you have all been amazing and we have seen some fantastic work!  Don’t forget to keep sending in any work you have done, either through your class emails or through Teams.

Let’s start the week with one of our favourite Go Noodles, Banana, Banana, Meatballs!  Don’t forget to dance along!

 

Banana Banana Meatball - Blazer Fresh | GoNoodle

Patterns made of shapes, patterns made of grapes. Patterns in the air, patterns everywhere. Patterns in an app, patterns in this rap...so sing and dance alon...

Maths

 

Don't forget, if you want an extra challenge there are more questions available on the Maths section of the hub page, click here for more.

Year 3:  

Add money

 

Year 4:

What is area?

Mrs Bourdillon’s Group:

Recognise 2D & 3D shapes

Spellings

Y3:

These are your spelling for this week; they come from the year 3/4 tricky spelling list.  Write them out in your neatest handwriting and use a dictionary to look up the meanings.  If you don’t have a dictionary at home you can use an online one such as

 

actually, caught, complete, group, height,

library, perhaps, separate, strength, weight

 

Y4:

These are your spelling for this week; they come from the year 3/4 tricky spelling list.  Write them out in your neatest handwriting and use a dictionary to look up the meanings.  If you don’t have a dictionary at home you can use an online one such as

 

accidentally, calendar, experiment, knowledge, material,

occasion, pressure, question, sentence, therefore

SPAG: First Person

LIVE Lesson on Teams at 11am

Watch this clip from BBC Bitesize about writing in the first person

 

Think about something that has happened to you, can you write a few sentences about it using the first person?

Reading Skills

Read the following text a few times to an adult then answer the questions that follow it.

 

 

 

Now let’s have a brain break and practice our 6 times tables

 

ENGLISH

LI: To know key features of a diary

The Phoenix Code by Helen Moss

Today we’re listening to chapters 34 & 35 of the Phoenix code Read by Mr Hazelby

Re-write a section of the chapters in the first person, as if you were Cleo or Ryan.  What parts would you have to change?

Look at the pages of Pharaoh Cleopatra's diary.  Can you spot the key features of a diary?  If you can print the page, it might be helpful to highlight them.

Key features are: date, writing in first person, Dear Diary, writing emotions, writing in paragraphs, give name of person writing the diary

 

Why do you think diaries have these features – what purpose do they serve?

Live lesson 1pm – Egyptian stories

 

 

Wider Curriculum: History

LI To use sources to find facts about Tutankhamun

 

Click on the link to find today's lesson and all the details you need to complete today's work

 

 

Nearly the end of day. Now it’s time for a little quiet, prayer and reflection with our Class worship. Click the candle.

 

 

 

 

Time for a story to finish our day. Click the image and choose one to read.

 

Congratulations and well done on surviving another Monday.

Don’t forget to send your work to the class e-mail address where your teacher will be able to put it on the hub page!

Mr Hazelby  Mrs Bourdillon  Mrs Irvine

 

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