Remember, your first job everyday is to send a 'Good Morning' message to your class teacher on I Am Learning by 10 am.
Don't forget to include your scores from yesterday's Maths and English end of lesson quizzes!
If you run out of space in any exercise books (orange Maths or yellow English book), please ask an adult to contact the office to arrange to pick up a new one.
You have all worked so hard this half-term and we are really proud of you all!
Enjoy your half-term! Make sure to get outside and hopefully enjoy some sunny weather.
We will be putting up some half-term homework and projects on our distance learning page so make sure you look at this before you finish your work today.
You do not need to send your class teacher any messages next week but we will expect you to start sending messages again from Monday 1st June.
Have a lovely break!
Additional distance learning tasks:
Reminder: Look at Thursday 21st Distance Learning page for information on the Writing Competition. You could work on this over half-term but remember the deadline is Thursday 28th May.
Time to see what you have learnt! Think about which letters you will join and try to keep your letters the correct size. Copy this twice. Once, slowly thinking very carefully about each letter and join. The second time, write a bit quicker. Imagine you are making notes or copying something down from the whiteboard. Still try to join letters and make letters clear.
Multiplication - Times Tables Rockstars- Complete a soundcheck today
We are continuing to look at religious studies. Today's story is a Christian story from the Bible. Watch the video of Zacchaeus then finish off the following sentences in your beige notebook.
At first, Zacchaeus was …
People did not like Zacchaeus because …
Jesus was fair to Zacchaeus when …
At the end of the story, Zacchaeus was changed because …
Computing- Think back to our work in school on 'Scratch'- we made times tables games.
You can use a similar version of Scratch on the internet. The link below will take you to a tutorial page. Watch the tutorial page, then have a go at creating something!
You can save your work if you want to revisit it but an adult will need to make an account for you on the Scratch website. https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=getStarted
HINT: Use a code from 'Events' first. For our game, we used 'When clicked'. This means when you click the green flag, the code will run.
PE- Choose an activity to complete for 30 minutes