Remember it is book week this week! Check out Bishop’s Hull TV for today’s video!
Also remember to have a go at Mrs Payne’s book week challenge from the front page
This week we are finishing looking at statistics. We are currently following the White Rose Hub units. All the answers and videos are linked below.
Tables Page 46 - 49
Today our extension will be the problems below. Try to have a go at them!
You can also go onto MathShed and practice your addition and subtraction calculations.
Click here for a link to the website, you log in through Edshed.
On a Wednesday we will be working for our Collins English Workbooks.
Today I would like the white sticker group to work on page 36-37 working on reading non-fiction. What does non-fiction mean? Try to think of a way to help you differentiate between fiction and non-fiction.
Today I would like the no sticker group to work on page 24-25 looking at fact retrieval! If you are feeling like even more of a challenge you can continue onto page 26-27.
Remember to read it carefully to help you understand what the text is saying.
The second part of today's activity is to practice your handwriting. Click here for a Google Classroom video for your handwriting. It will also show you your activity!
Book Week Challenge!
Today on Bishop's Hull TV, Mrs Payne has recorded a video to celebrate book week.
Watch it on Bishop's Hull TV then come back here and choose one of the two activities below!
Read Write Inc
In Read Write Inc we are continuing looking at unit 11 focusing on words with the prefix re, it is on page 45-48. But today I would like you to just work on page 48
and complete - choose the right word, team teach and jumping orange word activities.
For this week you are going to pick 6 jumping orange words from the list below. Make sure to choose words we have not worked on before.
The jumping words 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!
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!
Today we are going to be continuing our task from yesterday! We are creating an interactive book all about Iron Age Hillforts!
I have copied from yesterday's page the information and links you need!
Last week we look at the facts of the Iron Age and one thing was quite evident, Hill forts were very important!
Why do you think that they were so important?
Below is a PowerPoint going into detail about what they were, how they were used and why they were important.
Once you have looked through the PowerPoint, your challenge is to create an interactive book all about hillforts. Now, this does not have to be more than a few pages and it could just be in you yellow exercise book if you do not have any paper at home. Remember to try to use flaps and pockets to add extra detail!
I would love to see these when we are next in school together!
Click here for the link to the BBC Bitesize page all about hillforts.
Click here for the link to Espresso explaining the Iron Age and Hillforts.