SLC – Friday 22nd January
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Don’t forget the zoom meetings will be held at 10:15am, 11:30am and 2:00pm. Links are below each lesson.
Today is spelling test day.
As usual, give yourself 5 minutes to look over this week’s spellings and remember the spelling rule that has been in your words this week.
Get someone at home to test you and make sure that you send me a picture of your score. Any that you get incorrect must be corrected next to it.
Please watch the video and follow the instructions for today’s handwriting lesson.
Make sure you take your time and don’t rush!
Following on from yesterday, I would like you to watch the following video for today’s task.
Make sure you think about the following:
Have you used adjectives?
Have you used verbs and adverbs?
Have you used a comma after your sentence opener?
Have you added any similes?
Have you extended your sentences by using a conjunction?
REMEMBER – Read your sentences back. Can you read them? Do they make sense?
English zoom meeting for more support
Meeting ID: 881 4971 3993
We have looked at the 3x table, 4x table and the 8x table.
Can you solve the following calculations using the 3,4 and 8 times table?
Today we are solving 2 step problems. Using the RUCSAC method, pick out the information you need and choose what calculations you need to do.
Maths zoom link meeting for you to pop into if you are struggling with today’s learning in maths.
Meeting ID: 815 9173 0737
Whole class reading today. Read the following text.
- What kind of day is it?
- What word (adverb) shows how the Lion was sleeping?
- How did the lion get woken up? How did it make him feel?
- How was the mouse feeling on line 7?
- Find and copy 4 words that mean small.
- What do you think the mouse will do to ‘repay’ lion?
- Why does the lion refer to himself as ‘King of the Beasts’?
Today I would like you to use the internet and do some research.
I would like you to think back to the Geography lesson this week, where you were looking at volcanoes around the world.
I would like you to find out as much information as you can and present your work as a fact sheet.
Use the search engine (Google, Safari, Bing etc) and search for volcanoes.
Think about the following information:
What is is called?
Where is it?
When did it last erupt?
How high is it?
Has there been any famous eruptions?
Any facts? Can you draw a picture?
An example of this could be
Afternoon zoom meeting for you to come along to if you are struggling with any part of the lesson this afternoon.
Meeting ID: 856 8839 6853
Today, I have found another dinosaur book, one of my favourites.
‘Dinosaurs Love Underpants!’
Written by Claire Freedman
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