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Maths

Here are the videos for the week beginning 30th November.

Tuesday and Wednesday: Subtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number by exchanging

Thursday: Subtract two 4-digit numbers - one exchange

Friday: Subtract two 4-digit numbers (more than one exchange)

Efficient subtraction

Use the webpages here to help you practise number bonds and tables facts.

 

Tuesday

Grammar

Find the verbs, adverbs, nouns, adjectives and prepositions in these sentences.

 

a) The helpful children kindly put the sharpenings in the blue bin.  

b) The nervous pupils read the playscripts quietly.    

c)  People put Christmas trees in their homes during December.  They decorate the trees with beautiful baubles and lovely lights.

English

1) Read for at least 15 minutes.

 

2) Click here to practise this week's spellings and click here to practise some of those we've had this term.    Remember, you can play spelling games on SpellingShed.

 

3) If you have time, write a book review for our display board.  Use the sheet below to help you. Use your best handwriting.

 

 

 

Tuesday

 

PSHE

We watched the Odd Socks Anti-bullying assembly.  Now think about what you can do to stop anyone being bullied. Write your ideas on a jigsaw piece like the one below.  We will all piece our ideas together to help everyone be happy!

 

 

Wednesday

 

English

1) Read for 15 minutes.

2) Practise your spellings.

3) Begin retelling the story of The Two Monsters in your own words.  (Go up to the end of the 3rd bullet point on the Boxing Up sheet below.) 

 

Include adjectives and fronted adverbials (e.g. some 'Emotion,' and 'Time,' sentences).

 

PE

Try some activities from the Get Active page or have a go at those on the sheet below.

Thursday

 

English

1) Read for 15 minutes.

2) Practise your spellings.

3) Continue retelling the story of The Two Monsters in your own words. Write about the parts below.  Remember to include adjectives and fronted adverbials (e.g. some 'Emotion,' and 'Time,' sentences).

 

  • The monsters woke up in a bad mood.
  • One said night was leaving.  The other said day was arriving.
  • They argued and threw stones and rocks.
  • They destroyed the mountain/their home.

 

If you want some help remembering how to punctuate speech, use these activities on Espresso to help you.  (You will need to login to Espresso.)

 

 

Art

Draw or use watercolours to copy a picture of a Roald Dahl character.

 

Extra things to do

Have another go at Tuesday's handwriting practice.

Friday

 

Read for 15 minutes.

 

Writing

Finish retelling the story of The Two Monsters in your own words. Write about the parts below.  Remember to include adjectives and fronted adverbials (e.g. some 'Emotion,' and 'Time,' sentences).

 

  • They understood what each other meant.
  • They became friends

 

If you want some help remembering how to punctuate speech, use these activities on Espresso to help you.  (You will need to login to Espresso.)

 

Spellings

Ask someone to test you on 6 of the words from this week's list.

 

Music

We have begun to use Rhythm Grid to learn how rhythms are written. We have also been using Percussion Writer to learn how to accompany a tune. Login to Yumu to practise clapping rhythms in Rhythm Grid and to add accompaniments to pieces of music.  You can also practise signing and singing Mamma Mia.

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