Welcome to a new week of home learning! We hope you have had a lovely weekend. Maybe you’ve been out for a snowy walk, built a snowman or been creating snow angels in your garden! Whatever you’ve been up to, we hope you had a good time and feel ready for what we have in store for you.
Just as we said last week, we are been so impressed with the work you have been sending in. You’re doing so well and sending us some very impressive work. We are looking forward to seeing what you send us this week.
During the week, we will let you know which piece of work must be submitted via Teams or email. As always, you are also welcome to send us any other work that you are proud of and would like to share using our year group email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great day.
Mrs Mitchell and Miss Healey
Click here to watch Miss Healey reading the next instalment of Wonder.
Please click here to find your guided reading task for today. Today’s task is based upon an extract, from Wonder, that we have previously read.
Please click here to watch your video lesson about words to describe the view from the moon! All instructions for the task are included within the video. The video might pause from time to time but please leave it playing and it will get going again. There is one part where it says that the music will turn off. This is the second playing of the video as if you are standing on the moon. However, this didn’t quite work! It’s up to you whether you watch this with the music playing or not.
Click here for today’s video where Miss Healey will take you through today’s lesson. You will need to click here for your maths sheet and here for the answer sheet. (Remember to use this later)
Click here for today’s Science lesson about how the moon orbits Earth. Instructions for the task are included in the PowerPoint. We would like you to submit your diagrams of the moon orbiting Earth via email at email@example.com.
Spelling Shed (through EdShed)
Please continue to practise the spellings/spelling rule that you focused on in Literacy last Friday (words with -cial). Spend a few minutes, each day, writing out your spellings. Then have a go at playing games on the EdShed website for 10 minutes each day.
Keep going with your independent reading. Have you found a great book that you cannot put down because it is just so good? Try to read for at least 10 minutes each day (or longer if you’d like to).
Times Tables Rock Stars
Logon to Times Tables Rock Stars to keep up your multiplication skills and earn yourself some extra coins.
Keep up the great work and enjoy your day .