Remember to use numbots/TTRS and check Purple Mash for set tasks. Some of you have done some amazing work on Purple Mash. Don't forget to finish a 2Do and hand it in so I can comment on it (I've seen some great part finished work on there).
I would love to see what you're getting up to at home. Please email me!
I am missing you all very much!
Remember to use numbots/TTRS and check Purple Mash for set tasks!
Don't forget the indoor and outdoor activities. These are set each fortnight with a different theme (see below under 4th May). Last week and this week is 'circus!'
I would love to see what you get up to. Email me if you can!
If you find the Maths work on fractions tricky, try class 2's work on fractions!
Try to complete 5 minutes on TT Rock stars or Numbots. I have set you some times tables.
I have also set some 2Do's on Purple Mash.
If you would like to do some extra writing, you could try 'story starter,' 'question time,' or 'sick sentences' from the document attached on the Queen Bee.
Thursday 2nd April
Don't forget to check your Purple Mash for 2Dos. I have added some activities for class 3 to try!
Thursday 26th March
Every time you read a chapter of your book, roll a dice and use your prediction skills to complete the sentence:
Can you write a non-chronological report about an animal of your choice? Remember to use the features that we have been learning about:
Heading- tells you what the report is about.
Introduction- A paragraph summing up what the report is about. Try to capture the reader's interest!
Subheadings- Could be in the form of questions or categories like 'appearance.'
Paragraphs- Giving clear information under the subheadings.
Technical vocabulary- technical or scientific words related to your animal.
Present tense and third person- Examples- 'Werewolves are,' 'They eat,' 'It has.'
Extras- pictures/diagrams, fact files and bullet points.
This week's spellings are:
Find out what each word means and try to write it in a sentence.
You can use multiplication to scale up and division to scale down.
Can you now rewrite the recipe below for 24 people?
How would you change the recipe if it was for 6 people? Can you show/explain how you worked it out?
You could have a go at scaling your own recipe up or down and making it for the members of your household.
Scaling game (see word document).
Look through the slideshow then complete the questions about the graph.
Use the graph to answer the questions.