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Tuesday 9th June 2020

Daily Reading- 09.06.2020

I would like you again today to spend 15-20 minutes reading either your 'Remote Learning' reading book or one from Epic!-I can see lots of you are engaging incredibly well with this programme! Then, try to complete the 'Read and Respond' activity below...

 

SPAG Learning Activity- 09.06.2020

Today, we are going to be going back to basics and finding out what nouns, verbs and adjectives are. Click the image above to find out more!

Then, complete the learning activities below...

Challenge 11: Try Your Best Challenge

I am always looking for new ideas and new ways for the children to engage in their 'Remote Learning'. This is a challenge for the next week and I hope that they might be able to send me in a video of their starting point and their finishing point. I will take some learning out elsewhere this week in order that they can complete the challenge...

Click the 'Try your Best' image above to find out what the challenge is, read about it and watch the video and then try to complete it over the next 7 days!

Maths Learning- 09.06.2020

Equivalent lengths (m and cm)

Yesterday in your 'Remote Learning', we were just looking at how your measure length. Today, we are going to look at how metres and centimetres can be 'equal' when you measure objects.

Key Questions:

  • Show me something which you might measure in metres? Show me something which you might measure in centimetres?
  • How can they be equal then? How many centimetres are there in a metre? Can you spot any patterns in this?

 

After looking at these questions, click the image above and this will take you to a video to support your understanding of todays learning. Then, try to complete some of the activities below to develop your understanding of this topic- there are some videos, games and learning activities to help you! Good luck Eagles...

English Learning (09.06.2020)

Developing Understanding of 'The Tunnel'

Do you remember who the image is of this gentleman above? We started to look at his writing yesterday and, over the next couple of weeks, we will continue to look at his literary works. I find his writing absolutely fascinating! Click the image of him to watch an interview with him at a primary school. This will also let you have a look at some of his other books that he has written...

 

Task 1: Based on what you know about Anthony Browne's writing so far, could you write, in your 'Remote Learning' book, three questions you would like to ask him if he was in the room with you right now?

 

Do you remember which Anthony Browne book we are focusing on this week?

You are correct- this weeks book of focus is:

By clicking the image of the book, you can listen to the story again. Or below, is a Powerpoint for you to read. Your parents could read it with you and ask you some questions or you can read it independently- it is a fairly simple book to understand!

 

For the main part of todays learning, I want you to try to remember and understand the different parts of a book. When we write a story, how do we divide our story up? Some of the resources below should help you to remember this. We should divide our story up, really, into this:

Task 2: In the book 'The Tunnel', could you draw this story mountain. Instead of writing 'introduction', 'build up' etc though in your 'Remote Learning' books, can you investigate and see if even in this short story book, whether there are all parts within our story...

 

We are nearly finished for todays learning! I just want you to have, by the end of today, a deep understanding of this story...

 

Task 3: Close the book! Now, you have a chance to retell this story to someone. You can do this in one of the following ways:

  • Co-telling (you and a parent can re-tell the story in your own words together)
  • Retelling (you tell the story to your parent yourself. You tell it multiple times- forwards, backwards, quickly, slowly, over-exaggerate, in a grumpy manner etc.)
  • Story mapping (you create a short story map of the story)

 

This will set us up really well for tomorrow where we are going to get even more creative, beginning to look at technical features of the story...

 

Afternoon Learning (RE)- 09.06.2020

'Love your Neighbour'- what can this mean?

Have a think what does the word neighbour mean? So what is a neighbourhood?
(If you're not sure you could look these words up in a dictionary).
 
In the Bible it says:
34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another."
John 13:34-35 
 
 
What do you think this is telling Christians to do?
 
This week we are thinking about 'Love thy Neighbour'.
 
What does this phrase mean to you? Write your answer in your books.
 
Now watch this video by clicking the link above. Who does the video tell Christians their neighbours are? Do you think this applies just to Christians?

 

Christians believe that it is important to remember that everyone is special because God loves everyone so it is important to show love to everyone. This is what a Christian means by love thy neighbour. Now complete the following diagram in your books (or you could print it off if you have a printer at home.)
 
In the centre circle is you and the next circle is your immediate family.  Your immediate family is your first circle of ‘neighbours’.  I want you to think of the name of one person in your family to whom you can show love.  Then write their name inside the ‘immediate family’ circle. Now write one thing that you could do to show them love.
 
Eg. I might write 'Mum' and I might show love by 'Tidying my room'.
 
Write something in each of the circles.

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