Well done for settling back into home learning this week.
Here are your lessons and tasks for today:
Who Let The Gods Out?
Click here to watch the next part of the book.
In guided reading today, you are going to use your retrieval skills. See if you can find the correct information, from within the text, to answer the questions. Click here for the text and activity and here’s the pdf version.
This is your Teams task. Login into Teams for more instructions about what you will need to ‘turn in’ today. Which Greek Myth will it be today? Everything you need is included within your Teams assignment, but here is the link to your video lesson. If you have any difficulty downloading the word document, within Teams, here is the pdf link.
Today you will be converting between mixed and improper fractions. Watch Miss Healey’s video where she will guide you with how to do this. Click here for the worksheet and here for the pdf version.
When you have completed your work, check the answers using the Maths answer sheet. Here is the pdf version.
We are starting a new series of lessons about ‘Pilgrimage’. Click here for the PowerPoint – Special to Us- part 1 & 2 and the pdf version and take your time to read each slide carefully. There are also links to click so remember to try these. Please, click here for the activity sheet. You do not have to print this. You can simply write down your answers in your usual way. Here is the answer sheet, for you to check your answers, when you have finished.
Did you manage to choose one of the ‘Notts School Games’ documents for ideas for some P.E. activities. Here’s the link if you need more ideas.
What else have you done to stay active?
How have you been staying active this week? Have you managed to get out for a walk or play in your garden.
Times Tables Rockstars
Keep earning those coins, rockstars!
Spelling Shed (via EdShed)
Spelling shed still has the last spellings we looked at. These were the words that did not follow a particular rule or pattern. Have a try at some games to help you learn these.
Spend some time today enjoying the book that you are reading at the moment.
Have a great day
Mrs Mitchell and Miss Healey