Palm Class

Home Learning when Isolating

Reading: Please ensure your child reads their book every day for at least 10 minutes. Talk about the story, the characters, the events and try to make predictions about what may happen next. Remember to explore your child’s ‘sharing book’ together at home too (Year 2) and we will change this when you return to school. Please remember to sign the reading diary every time you read, so we can fill in the reading data record when your child returns to school.

 

Phonics: If your child takes part in RWI.

Each day, we will upload a link to a Phonics lesson that your child would have been taking part in, if they were in school. I will send these via Tapestry and add them onto the home learning section of the website. These will be the RWI classroom links that you are used to, which will ensure consistency in the way your child learns their Phonics, even when isolating. Please continue to practise the sounds in your sound pack.

 

English: If your child takes part in English Lessons.

Please see the Covid Pack provided by school to find the links for your English Lessons and activities.

 

Maths: White Rose Maths

Maths will be delivered via White Rose Maths in order to make the content of the lesson as easy to access as possible. Each day I will ensure that the link for the lesson video and linked activities with answers are available on the Palm Class Page of the School Websites so that the children follow the sequence of teaching.

 

Timestables: Timetables Rockstars and Purple Mash

Children were provided with Login details to these at the beginning of this academic year. Please log on and practice the relevant tables allocated. 

 


Daily Learning

Tuesday 11th January 2022

Maths

Please click the relevant links below to access today's learning. 

Year 2

Spr2.7.3 - Count sides on 2D shapes on Vimeo

Year 3: 

Sum3.7.3 - Compare angles on Vimeo

 

Wednesday 12th January 2022

Phonics

ie sound

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/xj0mKzI4/YCcgaQFo

 

English

In English today, we are creating instructions. I would like you to prepare a glass of squash. Think carefully about what you need and in what order you would complete the process. 

Step 1: Write a list of equipment and ingredients.

Step 2: Make your squash, draft each step as you complete it. 

Step 3: Check that you have used imperative verbs to create commands and proofread your writing for capital letters and full stops. 

Step 4: Write your final set of instructions in chronological order, with numbers at the beginning of each step. 

Step 5: Edit and refine your writing. Check that you have the correct punctuation in your wriitng. See if you could include time connectives at the beginning of each sentence (First, next, then, after, second, after that, finally). Could you include adverbs to describe the verbs, EG: Pour the water gently into the glass. 

Maths

Year 2:

Spr2.7.5 - Draw 2D shapes on Vimeo

Year 3:

Sum3.7.4 - Draw accurately on Vimeo

 

Thursday 13th January 2022

Phonics - ue

English:

LI: To know how to make a marmalade sandwich.

Have a go at making a marmalade or a jam sandwich. We are doing this in school today too. Think carefully about how you do this and the process so that you are ready to write your instructions tomorrow. 

Maths

Year 2: 

Spr2.8.1 - Lines of symmetry on Vimeo

Year 3: 

Sum3.7.5 - Horizontal and vertical on Vimeo

 

Friday 14th January 2022

Phonics:

English:

In English today, you are going to be writing your instructions of how to make a marmalade sandwich. I hope you enjoyed practically making it yesterday. We certainly did in school. 

Success Criteria:

- Imperative Verbs (bossy)

- Capital Letters and Full Stops

- Create commands using your imperative verbs

- Include adverbs to describe those verbs (carefully, gently, sensibly, slowly, quickly)

- Write a list of ingredients and equipment with bullet points

- Number your instructions

Year 3: begin your command sentences with time connectives.

Finally Proofread your work, check spellings and punctuation carefully. Does my writing make sense?

Maths:

Year 2:

Spr2.8.2 - Lines of symmetry - draw the whole on Vimeo

Year 3:

Sum3.8.1 - Parallel and perpendicular on Vimeo

History:

LI: To know what an explorer is

What is an explorer? (thenational.academy)

We will be learning all about a variety of different explorers who made history. In this lesson, we will be learning about what an explorer is and focusing on the qualities and attributes that an explorer may have.

Please click the link above to participate in the lesson. 

 

Monday 17th January 2021

Phonics

English

In English today, I would like you to go through the instructions that you wrote last Friday and proofread them. You are looking for:

Success Criteria:

- Imperative Verbs (bossy)

- Capital Letters and Full Stops

- Create commands using your imperative verbs

- Include adverbs to describe those verbs (carefully, gently, sensibly, slowly, quickly)

- Write a list of ingredients and equipment with bullet points

- Number your instructions

You could add a title to your instructions text and an introduction to say what they were making with a question in there to make it even more exciting. Draw or take pictures of the process.

Maths

Year 2:

Spr2.8.3 - Sort 2D shapes on Vimeo

Year 3:

Sum3.8.1 - Parallel and perpendicular on Vimeo

PE

Recipe: following instructions (thenational.academy)

In this lesson, we will demonstrate actions from a recipe for cake then bring them together to make a movement pattern. This will demonstrate exactly how important it is to follow instructions like the ones we have been writing in English.

 

Tuesday 18th January 2022:

English

LI: To know how to create a list of instructions.

Over the last week you have had some structured supprt to write a set of instructions. I would like to challenge you to put this into practice today. I would like you to write an instructions text for something of your choice. It could be making your favourite cake or snack, making or building some lego, creating a game or something craft related. 

Think carefully about the structure of the text and the work that we have done on the key features. These must be included in your writing. 

See below to see what I would expect to find in your writing.

- Imperative Verbs (bossy)

- Capital Letters and Full Stops

- Create commands using your imperative verbs

- Include adverbs to describe those verbs (carefully, gently, sensibly, slowly, quickly)

- Write a list of ingredients and equipment with bullet points

- Number your instructions

- Title

- Introduction

- Time connectives

Maths

Year 2:

Spr2.8.5 - Count faces on 3D shapes on Vimeo

Spr2.9.1 - Count edges on 3D shapes on Vimeo

Spr2.9.2 - Count vertices on 3D shapes on Vimeo

 

Science

In this lesson, you will look at contact and non-contact forces and look at an example for each type of force. Please click the link below to take part.

What are non-contact forces? (thenational.academy)

 

Wednesday 19th January 2022

English

Today, I would like to see if you can include time connectives in your writing to make it even better.

First, Next, Then, After, Finally, Afterwards, After that…

This wouldn’t need to be at the beginning of each sentence but an example would be:

  1. First, use the sharp knife to chop the strawberries, melon, banana and papaya on the wooden chopping board. Use the knife carefully.

In this sentence I’ve used:

  • Time connectives
  • Noun Phrase (the sharp knife / the wooden chopping board)
  • Commas in a list to separate the different fruits
  • Bossy verbs
  • Adverbs

Now, I would like you to edit and refine your writing and see if you can include things as I have above in you writing to make your sentences even better than they already are.

Maths

Year 2: 

Spr2.9.3 - Sort 3D shapes on Vimeo

Music

In this lesson, you will find the pulse in songs and explore rhythm. Click the link below to participate in the lesson

Understanding pulse and rhythm (thenational.academy)

 

Thursday 20th January 2022

English

We are moving on to letter writing today and over the coming weeks. I would like you to consider the following questions:

1. What is a letter?

2. How is a letter different to a story?

3. Have you written a letter before?

4. Who would you write a letter too?

5. Have you ever received a letter?

6. How does a letter arrive at your house?

7. What does a letter arrive in?

8. Who delivers letters.

Today, I would like you to write a letter to a member of your family telling them about your week or your Christmas Holiday. Think carefully about how you start your letter and end your letter. Also, make sure you tell them lots of exciting things to keep them interested. Once you have written your letter, send a photo to the homework email address. 

Maths

Today, we are beginning Multiplication. Practice saying that words a few times especiallt if it is new to you. I would like you to click on the links below to complete the activity and the recap. 

Aut2.12.1 - Make equal groups activity on Vimeo

Aut2.12.2 - Make equal groups on Vimeo

 

 

Wednesday 26th January 2022

Phonics

English

We are continuing to develop our knowledge of letter writing today and I would like you to recap the following questions:

1. What is a letter?

2. How is a letter different to a story?

3. Have you written a letter before?

4. Who would you write a letter too?

5. Have you ever received a letter?

6. How does a letter arrive at your house?

7. What does a letter arrive in?

8. Who delivers letters.

Today, I would like you to plan your letter to Aunt Lucy from Paddington. Paddington by Michael Bond is available to read online, there is a film and there are clips on youtube. Think carefully about how you start your letter and end your letter. What would you as Paddington like Aunt Lucy to know about your time in London so far? Also, make sure you tell them lots of exciting things to keep them interested. Divide your page into quarters and label these sections:

1. The Browns

2. Paddington Station

3. Food

4. Adventures

See if you can arrange your ideas in bullet points for each section. 

Maths

Year 2: Aut2.12.4 - Add equal groups on Vimeo (Please note this is a recap)

Question Sheet

Answer Sheet

Year 3: Aut3.9.2 - Multiplication using the symbol on Vimeo (Please note this is a recap)

Question Sheet

Answer Sheet

Music

Please click on the link below to participate in the lesson where you will explore some basic notation and read some rhythms.

Basic notation (thenational.academy)

 

Thursday 27th January 2022

Phonics

English

Today, I would like you to draft your letter to Aunt Lucy from Paddington Bear. Please use your planning that you did in yesterday's lesson to help with ideas for the different paragraphs. 

  • Drafting is a process that all writers go through and is much more than rewriting.
  • As you draft your letter, choose words that reflect Paddington's character and mood.
  • Drafting allows you to rethink the structure of your letter writing.

This will give you an opportunity to edit and refine your writing before completing a final draft of Friday, 

Maths

Please note that both sets of Maths for Year 2 and Year 3 are recapping learning from the previous year group. 

Year 2: (Recap Y1)

Aut2.12.5 - Make arrays on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3: (Recap Y2)

Aut3.9.3 - Using arrays on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

RE:

The world that God made (pt 1/2) - KS1 Religious Education - BBC Bitesize

This clip demonstrateS the idea of God as the creator of everything.

Key Questions:

1. Which of these things made them feel happy, amazed, sad or worried? Why?

2. What is the natural World?

3.  Do the images from the clip show aspects people care about today/ take for granted/ ignore/ do not care at all?

Finally, if you had the power to create something, what would that be? Why?

 

Fruday 28th January 2022

Phonics

English

Today, you are going to write your letter to Aunt Lucy. Please remember that you are writing as Paddington Bear who has been on many adventures in his short time in London already. 

Please ensure your writing includes:

Capital Letters, Full Stops, Finger Spaces

Full sentences that include lots of description.

Key Features of a letter (Address, Date, Greeting, Introduction, Paragraphs, Conclusion, Farewell)

Exciting Vocabulary

Relevant information from the story

I would like to be blown away by your letter and want to read on to discover more about Paddington's adventures.

Maths

Year 2: In line with our learning in class today, I would like you to have a go at the Quiz I have attached below. This will help consolidate your learning from this week and will identify any gaps in your learning. Please find below the videos from the week for you to go over if you feel necessary. 

Quiz

Answers

Aut2.12.1 - Make equal groups activity on Vimeo

Sum1.3.1 - Make equal groups on Vimeo

Aut2.12.3 - Redistribute from unequal to equal groups activity on Vimeo

Aut2.12.4 - Add equal groups on Vimeo

Aut2.12.5 - Make arrays on Vimeo

 

Year 3: Please note that this is a recap of Year 2 Learning

Aut3.9.4 - 2 times-table on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answer

 

Monday 31st January 2022

English

LI: To know how to edit and refine my writing.

Please use the success cirteria and support below to make your letter even better than it already is.

When we edit our writing, we go through it again carefully to make changes and correct any mistakes.

Changing what we have written and making new versions is an important part of the writing process, so we must remember to do it before we decide that a piece of writing is finished.

It's OK to make mistakes when writing something for the first time. Checking, correcting and changing a piece of writing means it is on its way to being something really great!

Editing: top tips

Let's look at the most important things to remember when editing a piece of writing.

Have you included everything you wanted to say?

For example, if you were writing a thank you card to someone, editing it could include making sure you have given all the reasons you are grateful to the person.

Have you used the right types of words?

For example, if you were writing to a friend your words can be chatty and friendly, but if your letter was to somebody you didn't know, or someone like a teacher, then you would need to be more polite!

Have you checked the grammar and vocabulary?

For example, do you need to add more adjectives to make your writing more interesting or make sure you have used pronouns in sentences correctly?

  • After editing your work, read it again, imagining someone else has written it. See how well your sentences are written and write them again if you need.

  • Look out for spelling, grammar and mistakes in punctuation, like full stopscommas and apostrophes.

  • Make sure your sentences make sense, using good conjunctions, like andbut and because.

  • Look for words or sentences that you can make better by choosing different vocabulary, such as new adjectives.

Maths 

Year 2: 

Spr2.1.1 - Recognise equal groups on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3: Please note this is a recap from your learning in Year 2.

Aut3.10.1 - Make equal groups - sharing on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Aut3.10.2 - Make equal groups - grouping on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

PE

Gymnastcs - please click the link below to take part in the lesson.

To perform basic and intermediate gymnastics balances with control (thenational.academy)

In this lesson, you will refresh our understanding of the intermediate balances and consider how to perform these effectively with body tension, control and accuracy. You will also consider how you can exercise safely in our home environment.

 

Friday 4th February 2022

English:

Last week you wrote a letter to Aunt Lucy from Paddington and I have read some truly wonderful letters. 

We are now in a position where we could reply to Paddington as Aunt Lucy. Before you do this I would like you to consider and make some notes on the following points.

- Choose three things that Aunt Lucy might say to Paddington.

- How did Aunt Lucy feel when she received her letter from Paddington?

- What extra information could Aunty Lucy tell Paddington?

Now it is time for you to write your letter to Paddington. I can't wait to read them.

Maths:

Year 2 Spr2.1.4 - Multiplication using the x symbol on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3 Aut3.11.1 - Multiply by 3 on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Topic: 

What can you remember about Captain James Cook from our lessons already?

Do you know why Captain James Cook was such a special person?

Captain James Cook was a famous explorer who influenced travel as well as a skilled cartographer (maps). He created the first accurate map of the Pacific Ocean that was used for many years. 

Unlike other captains, Cook rose up through the ranks because of his hard work, innovation and determination. Can you think of a time that you have demonstrated hard work and determination? Rising through the ranks also meant that Cook was very sympathetic towards ordinary sailors and their needs.

Lots of different things used to happen to sailors aboard ships, including; seasickness and sea legs, cold, pneumonia and tuberculosis, minor cuts and infections and finally scurvy. However, Cook’s crew remained healthy aboard ships unlike others, being made to bathe daily and eat fresh fruit and sauerkraut to fend off scurvy.

TASK: I would like you to create a Guide for Sailor’s to Keep them Healthy.

Use the following headings to help you create your guide. 

1. Food

2. Hygiene

3. Safety

4. Comfort

 

Monday 7th February 2022

Phonics

EW Reading (9 mins)

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Dnn1jGaA/BWMSnyLj

EW spelling (9 minutes)

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Cxb0cVOM/IfvWWnfp

EW reading longer words (8 minutes)

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/A9LkQ0BD/A9Zwok7I

English

Read Chapter 5 of A Bear Called Paddington with an adult at home.

Chapter 5

In this chapter, Paddington visits Mr Gruber in his antique shop on Portobello Road. He is interested to find out that sometimes when old paintings are cleaned, valuable older paintings can be found underneath. Paddington decides to clean Mr Brown’s entry to a local painting competition in the hope of finding an Old Master. When this doesn’t quite go as planned, Paddington decides to pick up some paints and restore the painting…

Think about what happened in the story. What was you favourite part? How do you think Paddington might have felt at that point in the story?

Take a piece of plain paper and divide it into three equal parts. Draw a picture for the main parts of the story (this chapter)

Can you show:

• The beginning of the story

• The worst moment for Paddington

• The end, where everything is resolved

Maths

Year 2

Spr2.1.5 - Multiplication sentences using pictures on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3

Aut3.11.2 - Divide by 3 on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

PSHE

Tomorrow is Safer Internet Day. We have spent time over the course of the year and whenever you use the laptops or Ipads in school ensuring that you all know how to stay safe online. 

Today, I would like you to think about the importance of this. In doing so, you are going to create a Respectful Relationships Recipe. Please remember that your recipe will be a set of instructions so you will use:

- Words such as kindness, friendship, respect, manners, patience, understanding, communication, honesty, laughter, care

- Quantities like ‘a spoonful of,’ ‘a handful, of’ 

- Bossy verbs such as sprinkle, pour, stir, mix, chop, boil, fill, add, beat, spoon

The ingredients need to be the kinds of behaviour that make life better, and more enjoyable, for everyone online.

Think about:
What are the ‘ingredients’ for getting along well with other people? E.g. kindness, friendship, laughter, respect etc.
These are also the ingredients that will help make the internet a kinder and happier place for everyone.
Have you ever done something kind online, or something that made others happy? What was it?
Try and add at least 5 - 10‘ingredients.’

 

Tuesday 8th February 2022

Phonics

ire reading

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/WGeUEdNO/CMvuN4xn

ire spelling

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/EQ57MGQR/NtfxLk5v

English

Today, is a little different to usual. We are having a stand alone day where our focus is a piece of nature 'the snowdrop' and we are going to be doing pieces of work based around this. 

For English, I would like you to write a story or a poem or a prayer about a snow drop. 

Please watch the link below for inspiration.

New Year - 'The Snowdrop' - BBC Teach

  • Where is the Snowdrop at the start of the story story? (In her bulb under the ground)
  • When she was still in her bulb, what did the Snowdrop say she wanted to do? (To stretch and reach towards the air)
  • Who does the Snowdrop meet in the world? (The Sun, The North Wind, a little girl and her mother)
  • How many big white petals does the Snowdrop have? (Three)
  • Why does the Snowdrop think it is time to grow? (She feels the warmth of a sunbeam)

Maths

Year 2:

Spr2.2.1 - Using arrays on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3:

Aut3.11.3 - The 3 times-table on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

 

Wednesday 9th February 2022

Phonics

ear reading – https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ISuT6QmC/6GcIoT2c

 

ear spelling - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/FGOp0dya/5VHJ1nxA

 

speeding up word reading 1 - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/oU0Lcb4I/pUyve5iu

 

Speeding up or reading 2 - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/t35c0NYP/M4sofsK9

 

Speeding up word reading 3 - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ny3a2zMq/Ea4cg8Ci

English

Yesterday, you completed a piece of writing about snowsrops. Today, I would like you to edit, refine and publish your work. I would like this to be the very best piece of writing possible. 

To begin with you need to edit and refine your work. 

When we edit our writing, we go through it again carefully to make changes and correct any mistakes.

Changing what we have written and making new versions is an important part of the writing process, so we must remember to do it before we decide that a piece of writing is finished.

It's OK to make mistakes when writing something for the first time. Checking, correcting and changing a piece of writing means it is on its way to being something really great!

Editing: top tips

Let's look at the most important things to remember when editing a piece of writing.

Have you included everything you wanted to say?

For example, if you were writing a thank you card to someone, editing it could include making sure you have given all the reasons you are grateful to the person.

Have you used the right types of words?

For example, if you were writing to a friend your words can be chatty and friendly, but if your letter was to somebody you didn't know, or someone like a teacher, then you would need to be more polite!

Have you checked the grammar and vocabulary?

For example, do you need to add more adjectives to make your writing more interesting or make sure you have used pronouns in sentences correctly?

  • After editing your work, read it again, imagining someone else has written it. See how well your sentences are written and write them again if you need.

  • Look out for spelling, grammar and mistakes in punctuation, like full stopscommas and apostrophes.

  • Make sure your sentences make sense, using good conjunctions, like andbut and because.

  • Look for words or sentences that you can make better by choosing different vocabulary, such as new adjectives.

Once you have done this, I would like you to write up your work in your neatest handwriting and illustrate it.

Maths

Year 2 Spr2.2.2 - Make doubles on Vimeo

Please note this is a recap. 

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3 Aut3.11.4 - Multiply by 4 on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Music

Please click the link below to access the lesson on Reading Simple Rhythms. You will explore the semi-quaver and read more simple rhythms.

Reading simple rhythms (thenational.academy)

 

Thursday 10th February 2022

Phonics

ure reading - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/005p4kjP/eim8TuMU

ure spelling -  https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Phe1glLb/I6SP8cga

 

tion reading - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/0yxkzW7K/gn8h13CY

tion spelling - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Sulr3iMP/KEe2Zjgd

 

tious/cious reading - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/g2TRXZfJ/cLOykgGt

tious/cious spelling - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/mq1bjHf1/gZR6JOK8

English

Today, I would like you to think back to reading Chapter 5 on Monday. I would like you to use this to help you create a new adventure for Paddington. 

Plan your story in the shape of a mountain and think about the following points for the beginning, middle and end.

Beginning:

What happens to Paddington at the start of the story?

What new idea does he have?

Middle:

What is the worst possible moment in the story for Paddington?

End:

How does it all work out in the end?

Maths

Year 2: Spr2.2.3 - 2 times-table on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3: Aut3.11.5 - Divide by 4 on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

 

Friday 11th February 2022

Phonics

ure reading - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/005p4kjP/eim8TuMU

ure spelling -  https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Phe1glLb/I6SP8cga

 

tion reading - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/0yxkzW7K/gn8h13CY

tion spelling - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Sulr3iMP/KEe2Zjgd

 

tious/cious reading - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/g2TRXZfJ/cLOykgGt

tious/cious spelling - https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/mq1bjHf1/gZR6JOK8

English

Today, I would like you to write your story about Paddington's new adventure. Think carefully about your different paragraphs (the beginning, middle and end), direct speech and descriptive language. Remember to think about your sentences carefully before you write them down and read through your work. 

Maths

Year 2: Spr2.2.4 - 5 times-table on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

Year 3: Aut3.12.1 - The 4 times-table on Vimeo

Question Sheet

Answers

 

 

 

March Home Learning

Monday 28th March 2022

English:

We have been learning about signficant people in History this term and today I would like you to carry out some research about Isaac Newton. Later on today I would like you to produce this as a piece of work. 

You need to think about his Early Life, Adulthood and the impact he had on others around him and our world today. 

Jot your notes down in rough ahead of presenting them later on. 

 

Maths: 

We are recapping our learning of telling the time at the moment. Please watch the video below and then have a go at the sheets below. 

Sum2.7.3 - Oclock and half past on Vimeo 

O'clock and half past

Answer Sheet 

 

Topic: 

Use the research from earlier today to create one of the following. 

  • Create a fact file
  • Produce a fact poster about the one of the suggestions above
  • Write a biography

 

Tuesday 29th March 2022

English

LI: To know how to edit and refine my writing.

Please use the success cirteria and support below to make your biography even better than it already is.

When we edit our writing, we go through it again carefully to make changes and correct any mistakes.

Changing what we have written and making new versions is an important part of the writing process, so we must remember to do it before we decide that a piece of writing is finished.

It's OK to make mistakes when writing something for the first time. Checking, correcting and changing a piece of writing means it is on its way to being something really great!

Editing: top tips

Let's look at the most important things to remember when editing a piece of writing.

Have you included everything you wanted to say?

For example, you need to think carefully about the facts that you have found and the sources that you have got them from. Are they definitely facts and not fiction?

Have you checked the grammar and vocabulary?

For example, do you need to add more adjectives to make your writing more interesting or make sure you have used pronouns in sentences correctly?

  • After editing your work, read it again, imagining someone else has written it. See how well your sentences are written and write them again if you need.

  • Look out for spelling, grammar and mistakes in punctuation, like full stopscommas and apostrophes.

  • Make sure your sentences make sense, using good conjunctions, like andbut and because.

  • Look for words or sentences that you can make better by choosing different vocabulary, such as new adjectives.

Maths:

Please click on the link below to watch the video and then complete the related worksheets.

Sum2.7.4 - Quarter past and quarter to on Vimeo

Quarter past and quarter to

Answer Sheet

 

Science:

How can we see a magnetic field?

In this lesson, you will learn the two ways you can see a magnetic field.

Please click on the link below to take part in the lesson. 

How can we see a magnetic field? (thenational.academy)

 

Wedensday 30th March 2022

English:

Today, I would like you to design and make an Easter Card for your family. Be as creative as you possibly can. Make sure you write a message to your family on the inside in your neatest handwriting. 

Maths:

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Telling the time to 5 minutes

Answer Sheet

RE:

In this lesson, you will be learning about Christian celebrations. Some might be familiar to you but some will be new and interesting!

Please click the link below to participate in the lesson about Christian Celebrations. 

What are the Christian celebrations? (thenational.academy)