Happy Monday! We hope you are all remaining well and that you have managed to have a schoolwork free weekend! Spending time relaxing, playing, going for walks is so important, even more so right now. We hope you have re-energised read for this week’s learning tasks. As always, remember, we are here for you should you need anything just send us an email at
Today’s suggested learning timetable:
Before 9 am – Breakfast and dressed ready for the day!
9.00a.m. Joe Wicks, Cosmic Yoga, Just Dance or why not try this weblink – Go noodle. The dance videos are a great way to stay active and they put a smile on your face too! One of my favourites is ‘Banana, banana meatball!’
Over the next couple of weeks, we will be using a popular children’s book from the 20th century to inspire our writing. We will be particularly focusing on using our FANTASTICs (don’t worry all will become clear but hopefully your children already know what is meant by this) and exciting vocabulary to create a gripping story opener. In today’s lesson, we are asking the children to draw and label a visualisation of the first scene using evidence from the text. Please watch the ppt below to find out more.
PLEASE DO NOT WATCH THE CLIP BELOW UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR VISUALISATION TASK :).
Practise your spellings from last week on this sheet below. Please do not feel you need to print it – look at it on screen and copy on some lined paper at home. Look carefully at how the letters are joined (some join from the top!)and where they are positioned on the lines! make sure your tall letters (ascenders) are tall and that you letters that go under the line (descenders) go through and under the line!
We hope you have been enjoying our Science topic on rocks and soils. Last week we learnt a bit more about sedimentary rocks. Today we will learn more about igneous and metamorphic rocks. You will need to pause the video sometimes and click on the video links below that will explain things further!
Igneous rocks video:
Metamorphic rock video link:
Fun song about 3 types of rocks video
We hope you enjoy today’s learning. Please do not worry about asking for help we are always here to help!