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Wednesday 29th April

Please do not begin this work until Wednesday 29th April 2020

 

First, remember to send a message (by 10am) on I Am Learning to your teacher to count as your register mark. Remember to include your scores from yesterday's English quiz and the Maths quiz.

 

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.

 

REMINDER- We are starting to use Oak National Academy for English and Maths. You will still be set additional work by your class teacher which you can see below.

If you have any issues, before contacting your class teacher, please check the user guides and instructions which are on your distance learning page under 'Oak National Academy resources'. 

You will send today's English and Maths scores to your class teacher tomorrow when you send your good morning message via I Am Learning. 

 

PE with Joe Wicks (30 minutes)

 

Spelling (20 minutes) 

This week’s words –

fought, sought, cough, doughnut, through, overwrought, thoroughly, mistaught, shoulder, signature

Silly sentence – on paper or in a notebook, write silly sentences using the spelling words for the week. Once you have written your sentences, check the spelling of this week’s words.

 

Reading (20 minutes) 

Read chapter ten of Beetle Boy. What do you think will happen next? 

 

Arithmetic (10 minutes)

Complete the questions in your Maths book (fractions and decimals). Remember our presentation rules.

Geography (1 hour) Weather around the World

Look at the pictures and answer the questions on the Geography PDF (Weather around the World). You could download and print the sheet out to write on or you could copy out the questions on to a piece of paper.

Story time (30 minutes)

Choose a book (fiction/non-fiction) to read and enjoy with someone at home.

 

 

Votes for Schools (30 minutes)

See this information on the class pages. Discuss your thoughts with your family.

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