Please try to record your work in your home learning book, writing the date and WALT as a title, for each lesson e.g.
Wednesday 6th January
WALT: Describe the water cycle
You may be working from home but we still expect you to work just like the superstars you are in school, so keep that handwriting neat!
Don't forget to do some exercise at some point in your day. We have put links for Joe Wicks Workouts and Go Noodle websites at the bottom of the Remote Education Provision page.
Miss Rose, Mrs Burton, Mr Gilbert and Mr Russell
This is a new topic in Maths called Multiplication and Division. Like our learning in school, it may help you to use objects to count such as pasta, dried peas, crayons/pencils, Lego or buttons. Alternatively, you could draw images until you feel confident to do it without.
Similarly with addition, multiplication is also commutative (can be done in any order), it also just repeated addition, as you will see in the video.
This topic will help you all with your strategies for remembering your times tables so be sure to use them in your weekly Tip Top Times Table Challenge!
This week we will be looking at an information text called How to care for your pet bearded dragon.
Read the text and note down any words that you do not understand in your home learning book.
In today's history lesson we will learn how the Egyptians lived. We will then learn about how they wrote using a special alphabet called heiroglyphics. First read chapter 2 from the Ancient Egypt booklet called How did the Egyptians live? Then look at the pdf of a powerpoint after.
Play hangman with a member of your family using heiroglyphics instead of letters.
Explain in your own words what these key words mean, using Chapter 2 and the powerpoint to help you.