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Friday 12th February 2021

We have made it to the end of term!  We would like to congratulate you all for some amazing work under tough circumstances.  We would also like to say thank you to your Mums and Dads and all the other adults who have supported and helped you through this.  You have all been amazing!

Let’s start the day with some movement; Click the image and get dancing to celebrate Friday!


 

Trolls: Can't Stop The Feeling | GoNoodle

Maths

Its Friday but as it is the end of term, we need to do a couple of end of block assessments.  These are also Teams assignments, but it does not matter which way you do them, either from the screen on paper, on teams or by printing them and filling them in. Please make sure you send a copy to your teachers for marking either on Teams, or via the class email.

Year 3:

Money

Multiplication and division

Year 4:

Area

Multiplication and division

Mrs Bourdillon’s Group:

Statistics

Division

Then have a look at the following site to practise your times tables.

It will start you with only 6 seconds for each question – change that to up to 10 ten seconds, no cheating!  See how high your score is and next time try to beat it.

Then why not have a go at TTRockstars or hit the button?

 

                                                                      

Challenge someone in your family and see who can score the highest marks!

Spellings

Y3:

These are your spellings for this week;

actually, caught, complete, group, height,

library, perhaps, separate, strength, weight

Can you ask someone in your home to read out the words and give you a test on writing out the words?

 

Y4:

These are your spellings for this week;

accidentally, calendar, experiment, knowledge, material,

occasion, pressure, question, sentence, therefore

Can you ask someone in your home to read out the words and give you a test on writing out the words? Make sure they put them in to sentences to ensure you use the right spellings.

 

 

SPAG: Past tense

The first bit of text below is in present tense – it tells what I am doing now

The second bit needs to be in past tense – what I did yesterday.

Complete the second section using the same verbs, but in the past tense.  The first one has been done for you as an example.

 

I get up at about 8 ‘o’clock and go downstairs for some breakfast.  I walk down to the shop and I buy a banana and some orange juice.  I come back home and make myself a cup of tea.  Next, I listen to the football on the radio before I go and meet some friends at the cinema.  I then watch a film called Alice in Wonderland and then I go back home.  I cook some chicken and pasta for my dinner and I eat it quickly because I am hungry.

 

Yesterday, I got up at about 8 ‘o’clock and ______ downstairs for some breakfast.  I ______ down to the shop and I _______ a banana and some orange juice.  I _______ back home and _______ myself a cup of tea.  I _________ to the football on the radio before I ______ and _____ some friends at the cinema.  I ________ a film called Alice in Wonderland and then I ______ back home.  I _________ some chicken and pasta for my dinner and I ______ it quickly because I ______ hungry.

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 recap on our 8 times table

 

ENGLISH

The Phoenix Code by Helen Moss

Today we’re listening to the end of the Phoenix code told by Mr Hazelby.  Have you enjoyed the book? How soon did you realise who the villain was?

 

 

We began the diary writing yesterday, read back what you have written. Is it in the past tense and the first person?  Have you written in chronological order using time connectives?

 

Continue writing your diary, adding a second day to it.  Think about using paragraphs to make your writing easier to read, starting a new one when you change time, place or person.

Remember a diary uses emotions to help tell what happened so be sure to include how your character feels about the discovery and what happens afterwards.

Don’t forget to send your finished diary in either through Teams or via email so your teachers can see your amazing work!

Wider Curriculum: Science

 

What have you had to eat today?  All living things need to get nutrients from somewhere.  Think about an animal.  What does it eat?  Doe it eat meat (another animal) or plants?  Where does that food get its nutrients from?  Does anything eat the animal you thought of?  This is called a food chain.

Have a look at the power point below about food chains and then have a go at the tasks below.

 

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 getting to the end of the week! We hope you have had an amazing week, well done everyone!

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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