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Today we are looking at equivalent fractions – fractions that are equal. Watch the first video of Mrs Darroch to see what you have to do today.
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See how you get on with a quick spelling test today! Ask a grown up to read out your spelling words for the week and see how many you can spell independently. We would love to know your score out of 10!
Today we are looking at some Rainforest Art! Look at the picture below by a famous artist called Henri Rosseau.
Have a talk with a grown up about the following questions:
What can you see in the painting?
Which colours are used?
When was the painting made?
What kind of plants and flowers can you see in the painting?
How does the painting make you feel?
What material is used to create this painting?
Which part of the world do you think this painting shows?
For today's task I would like you to write about a short rainforest story using this painting as inspiration.
Think about the previous days English lessons and all we have learned about the Rainforest and the animals that live there. You might want to include this information in your story. You can use the senses word mat shown below to give you some ideas too!
Emerging: Work on writing in short, clear sentences that each have finger spaces between each word, a capital letter at the beginning and a full stop at the end. Plan each sentence in your head and count out the words on your fingers before you start.
Expected: Plan each of your sentences carefully before you start writing. Remember your punctuation and include adjectives to add description to your writing.
Exceeding: Write in extended sentences, joining two shorter sentences together with conjunctions such as 'and' 'so' 'because'. Use noun phrases to make your writing interesting and exciting to read!
As we have been exploring the Rainforests on our Around the World in 80 days, how about making your own rainstick to sound like being in a rainforest!
Put on this track whilst you work to feel like you’re really there!
Below are different ideas to help you, or search for more, depending on what you have available, so raid your recycling bins and let your inner Blue Peter presenter shine!
We’d love to have short video clips to hear the sound of your finished rainsticks!
The secret of getting ahead is getting started.
Today we are going to be further exploring halving. All you will need for this are some pieces of paper. It’s not important what size, or shape it is but you will need to be able to fold it in to two parts that are equal.
For further challenges, please click on the links below:
Today’s lesson has been developed from Early Fraction Development (maths.org)
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Live Phonics Lessons 10:45-11:15
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Miss Baines - All EMERGING. Passcode: Y250
Mrs Harrington - All EXPECTED. Passcode: Y275
Mrs Darroch - All EXCEEDING. Passcode: Y2100
Watch the video down below with Mrs Harrington to find out today’s fun way to practise your spellings!
Today I would like you to start by watching the YouTube video of the story ‘We’re Roaming in the Rainforest’
Once you have enjoyed the story, watch the video below with Mrs Harrington who will explain today’s task.
Here’s JB Gill reading Bing Bunny – enjoy.
Topic – Science
As we can start looking for the signs of Spring and things growing, let’s learn about Plants and what they need to THRIVE!
Log in to open today’s lesson (you have all been given your own username and you set your own password. Search for the school using the postcode: CO2 7RW to find the school name)
Watch the Presentation video, then talk with your grown up about the key words so you know what they mean, then scroll down to watch The Expert Video and below that, your Mission Assignment film.
Finally, so your teacher can see on their Developing Experts screen how much you’ve learned, take the Rockets Word Quiz and the Assessment Quiz!
If you’re still wanting to do more, there’s the Word Search Game!
Complete the following activities for what plants needs to survive:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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