Monday 18th Jan
Chapter 4- Today we would like you to read chapter 4. As you are reading, keep summarizing the events that have happened in the chapter as you go. Remember, when you summarise you are focusing on the main events only.
Task- Once you have read the chapter, summarise the main events of that chapter in 30 words or less!
This week we are moving on to the next step in our writing sequence. This is the part where we write our own non-chronological report on Barn Owls!
To do this, you need to use all of the vocabulary, grammar skills and amazing facts you’ve developed over the last two weeks to help you!
We will add a paragraph each day, building up to our amazing piece of writing by Friday!
Today’s job is to write the title and introduction.
An introduction gives general information about Barn Owls, uses questions to engage people and gives a few facts to interest people before they continue reading.
Your introduction doesn’t need to be too long, it is just to introduce the topic- Barn Owls!
Use the help sheet to help you include all of the grammar features and vocabulary in your piece of writing. Use the WAGOLL to help you too.
If you are able to print and want to use the bordered paper, you can!
This half term we will be focusing on 'Multiplication and Division'.
This morning we would like you to look at: Divide 3-digits by 1-digit
Watch the video first. You will need to keep pausing this to have a go at the tasks.
There are slides too (same as the video) if you need to look at this more slowly and carefully.
Then, complete the worksheet. Look at the questions on a screen and write your answers on paper. Remember, the later questions are normally problem solving and reasoning questions so give these your best shot. You may need a little bit of adult explanation for these.
Today in RE, we would like you to look at the next lesson of our topic- Why is Jesus inspiring to some people?
Follow the slides which look at the 'Fruits of the Spirits'. It gets you to think about what makes you a stronger person.
For the task today, we'd like you to think about the kind of person you are and what kind of 'fruits' you have in your life. We'd like you to answer the following questions. You can complete the sheet below if you wish:
- What ‘fruits’ might be growing in your life?
- What kind of good person do you want to be?
- What do you want to do less?
- What do you want to do more?
- What will help you to be strong in doing these?
Remember the 'Fruits of the Spirit' are: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.