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Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Daily Reading- 22.04.2020

I understand from your messages that many of you are enjoying the books you are currently reading. This is brilliant and next week, you will have a new book challenge for the next couple of reads. Today, spend 15-20 minutes reading your 'Reading for Pleasure' Book. The graphic below may help you to understand why I would like you to read each day...

 

In addition to your normal reading, there is another '60 second reading challenge' with guidance for you and your parents. Do you remember what our theme is about this week? Todays reading is all about 'Usain Bolt'.

 

'Thinking Learning'- 22.04.2020

Have a look at the attached Powerpoint below. There are two challenges to get you thinking and you can record your answers in your 'Remote Learning' book. Particularly while we are in 'Lockdown', it is really useful to keep our brains thinking...

Good luck- you can talk about these questions with your parents/ brother/ sister etc.

Have a look at the picture below as well- our '6 Thinking Hats'. This might get you thinking about what this means too...

 

Punctuation and Grammar- 22.04.2020

For todays SPAG game, click on the picture below to try to complete 'The Quest for Comma Castle'...

Maths Learning- 22.04.2020

Add fractions

Today, we will be practising our addition of fractions work. Click the picture above which should take you straight to the page you need:

Summer Term – Week 2 (w/c 27th April)- Lesson 1- Add Fractions

 

Like yesterday, watch the video and try to answer the questions below, self-marking the answers. There are also some other activities for you to engage with linking to 'adding fractions'. Remember, the learning should last no more than 45 minutes- 1 hour. Good luck!

English Learning- 22.04.2020

As mentioned in yesterdays post, the children will tomorrow begin to write a story in the style of 'Fantastic Mr Fox'. This is just to give them an opportunity to write and to enjoy story writing! Today's learning will be exactly the same- an opportunity for the children to write part of a story and to really get their creative juices flowing!

If you click the picture, it will take you to the webpage for 'Watery World'- alternatively, you can use the Powerpoint slides below.  Can you:

  • Use the 'Story Starter' and then continue the story...
  • Use the 'Question Time' prompts to probe your thinking...
  • Use the 'Sentence Challenge' to include in your story...
  • Make my 'sick sentences' a little more lively...

 

Some of the resources below might help you to make your writing more imaginative! Good luck- you might want to send me your writing attempts to have a look at!

Afternoon Learning (History/ Geography)- 22.04.2020

 

 

 

Have a look at the images above. These people are 'hop picking' in Kent. For this term, we are going to combine learning about 'The Victorians' with 'Kent's Hop Picking History'.

 

Can you find out about Kent's hop picking history? Complete one of the tasks below in your 'Remote Learning' book...

  • Make notes from the computer about Kent's 'hop picking' history...
  • Make a collage of photographs showing people 'hop picking'...
  • Find out more about 'Hop picking' and make a 'Hop Picking' poster...
  • Use your 'daily exercise' to explore a 'hop picking' field near you...

 

This is really just an introduction and an opportunity to understand a little bit more about our 'Hop Picking History'...


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