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Tuesday 16th June

Literacy

Phonics: Watch the video to find out when to use cion, sion, tion and ssion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kgmv0g1mqp0

 

Complete the below activity sheet on paper.

 

 

Main: Yesterday we looked at how to write a setting description and began to write notes of our own.

Have a look at the grids and the examples. Draw your own grids and complete the information in each box.

 

Now have a look at the next grid. Can you draw this in your book and fill in the boxes. Use the example to support your ideas. 

 

 

 

Maths:

Starter: Today we are continuing to revise our skills on the seven times tables.

Watch today’s song.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4xU4CiaGvg

Now complete the questions on the sheet below:

 

 

Main: We will be learning how to subtract 2 4 digit numbers using the pictorial method today. Watch today’s lesson.

https://youtu.be/SuVS2w9a6aU

Now answer the questions using the method seen in the video.

 

Reading:

Read the extract “ A very unusual winter”. Now answer the questions. 

 

 

Pe:

Log into Joe Wick’s you tube channel to complete today’s workout.

Topic:

Think about your family and maybe your extended family. Think about how you all work together to make the family a good team. Each family member I expect is good at something and that is what makes you all a good team. Draw a family portrait of your family who live in your house in the middle of a piece of paper. You may want to add on more people if they are people who work in your family team.  Now I would like you to label each person in the family with a bubble which you will write in. Think about what each of the family member does to contribute to your family team. Now write it in their bubble. 

Class read:

Listen to Mrs Stephani read some of the story “ The Giraffe, and Pelly and Me”, by Roald Dahl.

https://youtu.be/76LNYWfF5bk

 

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