Please see below for home learning:
Week Commencing 13th July 2020:
- Fractions Maze
- Answers- Fractions Maze
- Year 4 Maths Assessment – Number Fractions Term 2
- Year 5 Maths Assessment – Number Fractions T2 Ver 3
Week Commencing 6th July 2020:
Week Commencing 29th June 2020:
- Persuasive Devices Powerpoint
- Persuasive Letters Powerpoint
- Persuasive Letter Planning Sheet
- Persuasive Letter Model
- Persuasive Writing Word Mat
- Examples of Save the Rainforest Posters
Week Commencing 22nd June 2020:
Week Commencing 15th June 2020:
- Maths Activities – Monday
- Maths Activities – Tuesday
- Maths Activities – Wednesday
- Maths Activities – Wednesday – Equivalent Fractions Cards
- Maths Activities – Thursday
- Maths Activities – Friday
- Maths Answers – Monday
- Maths Answers – Tuesday
- Maths Answers – Wednesday
- Maths Answers – Thursday
- Maths Answers – Friday
- Week of June 15th
- Biography – Wangari
- Biography PowerPoint
- Life cycle of a Plant
- Functions of the Parts of a Plant PowerPoint
Week Commencing 8th June:
- Summer 2 Week 2 – 8th June
- Acrostic Poem PowerPoint
- Differentiated English
- Spelling Words
- Kennings Teaching PowerPoint
- Assembly Resources
- British Values
- News at Home
- News Paper
- Picture News Poster
- Picture News Resource England
- Resource 1
- Resource 2
Week Commencing 1st June:
Week Commencing 18th May:
Week Commencing 11th May:
Week Commencing 4th May:
Week Commencing 27th April:
Use the following links to learn more about SPRING topics that we have been doing.
Week Commencing 20th April:
The next two topics that Year 3 are working on in Maths are Money and Time. Below are lesson plans to work through, including powerpoint presentations, printable resources (can also be made at home/completed without) and worksheets to consolidate learning. Money is a hands on topic and will needs lots of hands on practice aside from the basic learning, to help embed the ideas.
There are a range of worksheets for some activities, including lower, middle and higher abilities for differentiation. Please ask your child to choose appropriate resources for their level, similar to work they do in school and please check how easy or difficult they find it, and change accordingly. There are some extension challenges to push learning further for some lessons.
Both topics are great for hands on learning, using lots of concrete resources like real money, items around the house, analogue/digital clocks etc will really help the children understand these topics better. This is a great opportunity to encourage your children’s learning and complete practical activities.
Please advise children to work through the powerpoints, making any key notes they need in their home learning book and complete sheet work in this book also, if unable to print sheets. More will be uploaded in due course, to make sure the children are working through at a steady pace.
Please follow the daily activities outlined on the Geography grids. The supporting resources are attached.
Home Learning Prior to Easter:
Remember to use 4 words per day to make sentences in your home learning book. Remember to uplevel your sentences using fronted adverbials, expanded noun phrases and subordinating clauses.
The following is a children’s book to help you understand more about the coronavirus.