Welcome to our learning for today. Please work your way through the videos and resources on this page. Remember, you can record your learning in your green home learning book.
Remember to take brain breaks and time for lunch at the appropriate points during the day. Don't forget to stay well hydrated too!
Please remember to let us know that you're joining us for today's learning by saying "Good Morning" on your Microsoft Teams page. You can also contact us there if you have any questions about your learning today.
In school we start the day learning our times tables, please spend ten minutes practicing your times tables. This week the focus is the 7 x table. Use The Daily 10 to check your progress.
Please click on the spelling video first and complete your spelling learning for the day.
For today's lesson I would like you to do the Oak Academy lesson below. Have fun creating your own poem!
Go and have a snack and a drink and a break from using your brains! You may want to get some fresh air too!
Read your own book for 15 minutes. You could either read to yourself, or you could read out loud to your adult. Write down any words that you don't understand in your green book, look up their meaning in a dictionary and write the meaning down in your green book too. Try to use the word in a sentence and then....HEY PRESTO... you have learnt some new vocabulary. Woohoo!
There is an error in one of the calculations in the video. See the file below
Take a good break now and have something healthy to eat and some water to drink in order to refuel your body. Fresh air is great for you too, maybe you could go outside for a bit and get some exercise?
Please follow the instructions in this video to access your guided reading for today.
I have just watched "Newsround" for today.
There is a lot of talk at the moment about what is happening in The USA concerning "Democracy" A system of Government or decision making which is formed by the opinion of the majority of the people.
What rules do you think, should be applied to maintain democracy? Should people be allowed to "speak their mind" should they be allowed to "protest" and where does society draw the line, with regard to acceptable ways of showing this.
Write a short paragraph on your thoughts on this subject.