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 and you will see that a selection of “assignments” are set there each week. There is an assignment for each subject that we would like to see, and they are due in by the end of the week so you don't need to rush to do everything at once! Please attach your work in the relevant assignment section each week.
In school we start the day learning our times tables, please spend ten minutes practising your times tables.
This term, use level 5 on the Daily Ten to improve your learning
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!
Today, we are learning how to multiply fractions, watch this presentations and engage with the activities on it, then watch the two videos below and finally complete the activity for today.
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.
This term, we look at the next Age of Britain, "The Vikings"
In preparation for our History work this term, you will need to do three things
1) Please read pages 3 - 7 of the Viking booklet.
2) Watch the bitesize introduction for the Vikings.
3) Watch the video, narrated by archaeologist Neil Oliver, as he introduces "The Vikings" and visits three of the most important places associated with the Viking invasion and settlement of Anglo Saxon Britain.