Maths Learning- To be able to multiply by 3
In our 'live learning lesson' today, we are going to practise multiplying by 3. How confident do you feel with your 3x tables?
Hopefully the games and practice we undertake in the lesson will help you. Good luck multiplication explorers! The resources you can use for before, during and after the learning are below...
SPAG Learning- Understanding the conjunctions we can use
In todays 'Live Lesson' session, we are going to continue to look at the conjunctions we looked at yesterday. Can you recall the names of the types of conjunctions we looked at?
All of the resources you need for the session are below and some of them I will share with you!
English Learning- To create poetry in writing.
For our final 'Live Session', we will look at creating poetry in writing. Do you remember our story from yesterday? Today, we are going to listen to 'Escape from Pompeii' again...
The resources below will support you in our 'Live Session'- I am really looking forward to this one!
ANY AFTERNOON BASED LEARNING RESOURCES WILL ALWAYS BE ADDED IN PREPARATION FOR THE AFTERNOON LEARNING, WHICH IS SELF-GUIDED.
CHILDREN SHOULD LOOK THROUGH THESE AND JUST 'PICK AND CHOOSE' SOME LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES TO TAKE PART IN! THESE WILL APPEAR IN THE THREAD BELOW...
Afternoon Learning- History/ Geography (The Romans)
Our new topic for this term is 'The Romans'. What do you remember or know about The Romans?
Today our learning intention is to find out when and how Rome was founded.
Click on the image below. This shows a basic timeline of when the Romans were around:
Can you see the timeline at the top of the page?
Task 1: Cut out the pictures in the attached resource below and mix them up (there are a few timeline based resources). Can you create a timeline for yourself showing when the Romans invaded Britain and where everything else fits in. How long ago are we looking at here?
Use the oral story (session resource) to learn about the story of Romulus and Remus, putting the dates on the timeline as you go. Show pictures of the carved and sculptured statues of the she-wolf. This image appears throughout Rome as testament to the legend. Explain to chn that some stories from history are just that: ‘stories’. They are not true but are passed on and form an important part of the culture and beliefs from that time. Archaeologists believe that Rome began around 800 BCE as a collection of huts built by the Latin peoples on the hilltops near the River Tiber. These villages grew to form a city about 50 years later. This city spread across the seven hills of Rome.
If you watch the video below, this might help you to understand more about the creation of Ancient Rome.
Task 2: Can you retell the story of Romulus and Remus in a fun, imaginative way?
You might decide to:
The choice is yours. Please use the resources below to help your learning along and good luck!