Daily Reading- 19.05.2020
I can see many of you are engaging with Epic! which is brilliant to see- it means you will keep reading at home. Like I said, I will try to find as much reading material for you as possible! Below is your 60 second read for today as well- perhaps if you put yesterdays reading and todays together, you will be able to work out our theme?
SPAG Learning- 19.05.2020
In our SPAG learning this week, we are going to be looking at 'past/present' tense and seeing if you can understand and spell words in the past and present tense. The resources below should help you. Begin your learning by clicking the image above...
‘What’s happening in the world today’…
Attached below is your weekly edition of 'Picture News'. Have a read through some of the articles in this which interest you and then complete some of the quiz related activities linked to the news. Good luck- you never know what you might find out!
Maths Learning- 19.05.2020
Add 2- and 3-digit numbers
Do you remember what we were learning yesterday? We were practising our skills in addition and subtraction. Today, we are solely going to focus on addition. Click the image above to watch a video about what we will be learning about today.
Then, once you think you understand this, have a try at some of the resources below to meet this learning outcome. Remember, your lesson should last approximately 45 minutes! Good luck Eagles!
English Learning- 19.05.2020
Yesterday, we looked at a myth involving 'King Midas'. Today and tomorrow, we are going to continue to focus on myths which involve King Midas within them. If you click the link above, you can watch yesterdays myth again...
Try to retell the story to your parents forwards, backwards, within a minute, in a very silly way, with emotion, without emotions etc. This, I hope, will make it stick in your heads!
Then, complete the learning in the lesson below. If you are interested, I have added some additional resources about King Midas for you to engage with and learn from...
Afternoon Learning (Religious Education)- 19.05.2020
Jesus Appears to the Disciples
The video above (click image) shows Jesus appearing to his disciples. If you click the link below, you will see a Bible reference to John 20:29. This reads 'Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believe.' When Jesus said this, what did he actually mean?
Can you think of other instances where you might not have seen something yet we still believe in it? Why is it important to have belief? You can place your thoughts in your 'Remote Learning' book...
Look at these images below...
Could you recreate something like this today as well?