Good morning to you all!
It's been very sunny over the last couple of days, so I do hope you've been able to get outside and enjoy the weather a little. As well as going into school, this week I have been helping my son, who is in Year 4, with his work in the mornings and then we have been enjoying the afternoons with some music or fun art activities. We've also been getting fit with Joe Wicks and going for walks.
Remember if you haven't collected your home learning books from school yet, they are available each day on a table on the school front playground. There is just two children who need to do this in our class. You can arrange for someone to collect these for you, if you are at home self-isolating.
Today we have some more learning tasks for you to complete. Try and start each day we an active start as it helps to wake you up for the day ahead. Why not do a physical task outside?
Have a great day everyone!
Wednesday's Learning tasks:
1. Start your day with an Active Start there are some great links in the 'Resources and Weblinks' section on our main class page. One of the links is Joe Wicks - who will be doing a live PE session for children at 9.00am everyday on You Tube.
2. Finish any activities that were sent home with you (Easter booklet and maths sheets).
3. Read your book for 20 minutes.
4. Complete a maths quiz on diagnostic questions.
5. Maths: Statistics – we have been looking at different ways of presenting data. Let’s move on to line graphs now. In the resources section you will find a document to revise line graphs; you can also use Google to research any further information. You then have three documents you can complete over Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; ‘Line graph 1’, ‘Line graph 2’ and ‘Line graph 3’. Answers will be uploaded next week for you to self-mark.
6. Complete the word of the day activities - see below.
7. Continue researching ideas for a creative project on either Vikings or the Anglo-Saxons - more details to follow!
8. Visit Active learn website and select a maths and a SPAG activity to complete.
9. SCIENCE – We are learning about materials and different states of matter. Look at the YouTube link in the 'Resources' section, to remind yourself about what you have learnt so far. Have a look around your house and find items made from different materials. Create a poster/PowerPoint/information leaflet grouping these items. Then go further by describing their properties and states of matter. Are they a solid, liquid or gas? How do you know? Make it bright and colourful.