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Thursday 7th May 2020

Daily Reading- 07.05.2020

I really do hope you are finding the time to read everyday Eagles! Attached are two additional reading activities below which might help you with your reading skillls, as well as trying to write a book review (template on previous days) for each book you read:

  • Our last 60 Second Read of the week on our theme of 'The Romans'
  • Non-chronological reports reading which will prepare you for todays English learning- good luck!

 

Reflective Mentoring- 07.05.2020

Watch the 'Youtube' video above by clicking on the image which is from our learning platform 'Class Dojo'. There is a saying that 'you make the weather' just like Mojo has here. Discuss what that means...

It is very easy to feel positive on days like today, yet when something does not go our way, we take our mood out on everyone. How does that make us feel?

Look, I'm being reflective here. Perhaps you could be! How could you make someone feel more positive today?

Look at our 'Remote Learning' blog and Zach's way of making someone else (his aunty) feel more positive. What could you do?

 

What's happening in our World today?- 07.05.2020

Take a look at the resources below, which may help you to understand what VE day is. What not have a try of some of them...

A reminder that VE day is tomorrow- good luck!

 

A Morning Maudesport Workout

Eagles! Time to get your parents working out alongside you. Below are some handy, short workout exercises you could try across today and the weekend. Perfect for being indoors in small spaces. Good luck exercising...

Maths Learning- 07.05.2020

Lesson 4 - Multiply and divide by 3

Today, we are going to put some of our basic multiplication and division skills into practice by multiplying and dividing by three like in the example above. These are called arrays and you can create these with objects in the house if your child is struggling to 'see' multiplication. Click the image above, watch the video after going to:

Home Learning- Year 3- Summer Term- Week 3- Lesson 4

All of the additional resources and work to complete is below. Remember, you only need to complete 45 minutes- 1 hours worth of learning. Good luck!

English Learning- 07.05.2020

Writing a Non-Chronological Report

Today, we are going to finish our learning on Non-Chronological reports by writing one in full. This should be based around an animal of your choosing and yesterday, you should have planned your 'Non-Chronological' Report.

Questions to discuss or ask yourself before writing:

  • What is a non-chronological report?
  • What are the features of a non-chronological report and what are is my 'recipe for a fantastic non-chronological report?'
  • Have I planned my work thoroughly and do I feel ready to write?

 

My example below about the Tongo Lizard is a 'fictional animal' so you can do this as well just to put in some really amazing adjectives! The resources below should help you with your learning and, if you click the image above, it might help to remind you...


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