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Monday 29th June 2020

Maths Learning- 29.06.2020

Months and Years

 

Today, we are going to begin some learning about 'time'. Just so you are aware, for the first time in a while and for the last three weeks of this academic year, the children currently 'Remote Learning' and the children in our 'Year 3 Bubble' will be learning exactly the same content! This may even give them some common ground to chat about...

Think about the key questions firstly below:

Key Questions:

  • How many months are there in a year? Can you remember and name all of the months of the year?
  • Can you think of a significant event which happens in each month of the year?
  • What year were you born in? What year will it be next year? In what year were your parents born? Based around this, can you work out peoples ages?

 

Click the image above as well to listen to our 'learning rap' for this week. Then, have a try at some of the learning opportunities below and see how you get on with our 'months and years' resources...

English Learning- 29.06.2020

Make Predictions

This week, we are going to learn about our last Anthony Browne book. This one is called 'Voices in the Park' and it is a fairly unique book...

Click the image above which will take you to the book (there are two versions just for you to choose your preferred one)- you may be able to gain a copy of the book yourself as well...

 

Task 1: Before you read the books above, have a look at the front covers. Search the front covers and some pictures from the book on the internet. What do you think the book will be about? What key themes will there be?

 

The resources the children will need for todays first lesson is below (remember, it will be the same as the other children are seeing in class).

 

If you are supporting the children, make sure you see the resources below first! There is a huge amount they need to do before reading the book based around their prediction skills...

 

We will explore the book more over the course of the week so, if they do not understand the book at this point, it does not matter...

 


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