Today is e-safety day! Linked at the bottom of the page is the activity we shall be working on! The BBC are having a live lesson at 11am - click here if you would like to watch. As always ask for your parent's permission!
This week we are continuing to look at money and statistics. We are currently following the White Rose Hub units. All the answers and videos are linked below.
Add money page 18-21
Today our extension will be the problem below. Try to have a go at it, it shows using money in different ways!
You can also go onto MathShed and practice your times-tables and their inverse.
Click here for a link to the website, you log in through Edshed.
For this literacy unit we are following the Somerset Literacy Network plan on poetry. This unit is focussing on creating poems about certain animals. Our animal focus is the hare. Below is a photo which will be the main resource we will need for our poem.
Below is also the activity for you to complete today. It is all about researching other wild animals!
It is also linked in a file below.
I would like you to spend some time every day reading your reading book or any book you are enjoying. It is great to read to others but it is also good to do some independent reading! Maybe you could send in some book reviews that we could share on our webpage!
REMEMBER, we now have a great website called GetEpic! It would be wonderful to see you using that as well!
Read, Write Inc
In Read Write Inc we are continuing looking at unit 9 focussing on words with the suffix -ion, it is on page 37-40. But today I would like you to just work on page 40
and complete - choose the right word, team teach and jumping orange word activities.
The jumping words this week are -
Remember the jumping orange words are the national curriculum statutory words for year 3 and 4. Try to practice them and also use them within your writing!
Tomorrow we will do our test!
Today is E-safety day! In a time where we use the internet and technology so much, it is important that we understand how to use it safely.
The video below is a story called Detective Digiduck. It is all about finding reliable sources online. Have a go at watching the video and then answering the questions. As a follow-up activity, you could also create an e-safety poster for reliability online!
Last week we spent some time looking at Stonehenge and what the different stones were and what we can assume Stonehenge was made for. So today, I would like you to create your own Stonehenge! This may be a drawing or a model or even made out of food. However, I would also like you to create a brochure for your creation, advertising visiting Stonehenge. Why should people visit? Why is it so important? What did it use to look like? Below is a great link to the BBC Bitesize webpage where there is a video which shows how Stonehenge changed over time and it will give you a great basis for creating your own! This activity could last over into the next topic session as it has many parts to it.
Click here to take you to BBC Bitesize for a video all about Stonehenge. It also has some other intriguing facts about this creation!