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Start your day with PE with Joe.
Please find your spellings attached below.
Another way to practise your spellings is to click on the Spelling Frame link below:
Year 2 Rule 8 : Sound l, spelt with el at the end of words
Gryffindor and Ravenclaw
Year 3 / 4 Rule 2: words with short i sound spelt with y- myth, gym. Although some of your spellings may differ from those on the website, this is the spelling rule we are practising so it will not harm to try spelling other words which have the same rule.
Mental oral starter
Focus : multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100
When we multiply by 10 we are making the number 10 times bigger so all the digits move one place to the left ; if we multiply by 100 all the digits move 2 places to the left. When we divide by 10 and 100 all the digits move one place and two places to the right respectively.
Have a go a practising x 10 and 100
This week the focus for both Year 3 and 2 is Statistics. We are going to start the week by recapping why and how we use tally charts. Tally charts are used to collect data quickly and efficiently. Filling in a chart with marks representing numbers is faster than writing out words or figures and the data is collected into sub-groups immediately, making it easy to analyse.
Year 3 and 2 watch the ppt with Mrs Wallbank on class dojo.
Your task today is to create your own tally chart of your choice. For example:count how many different species of birds can you see in your garden? ; how many different coloured crayons do you have at home?; How many different colours of socks have you? Look out the window and count the number of cars that pass outside your house that are different colours. The topics could be endless.
Keep the tally chart safe as you will need it for our work towards the end of the week.
GPS - Apostrophe for possession
A possessive apostrophe shows that something belongs to or is connected to something else.
Watch this clip to learn how to use possessive apostrophes and have a go at the activities at the end.
L.O: I can re-tell a story using the key events
Read the local story called the Pedlar of Swaffham. Listen to Miss Behan reading the story and read along on the text at the same time.
Vocab check – use a dictionary or ask an adult to find out what these words mean. Write the definitions in your book
-tramped and trudged
What are the key events of the story? Draw yourself a story map (some easy pictures to remind yourself of what happens in the story) and have a go at retelling the story to someone at home from the pictures. Send us a picture of your story map and we’d love to see videos of you retelling it on class dojo too. You can shorten the story into your own words. It’s about WHAT happens, not using the exact same words as Miss Behan read.
L.O: I can answer questions about a text
These questions are about pages 1 to 3 of the story. All of the answers are in the text so you need to look carefully. Skim and scan to find the right bit of the text with the answer
Download the questions and answer them.
Today we shall be continuing to learn about the the Shang Dynasty.We shall be learning:
You will need a piece of paper, pencil and a ruler
Actvities: as you watch the video pause the video to create these 4 short activities.
Create a timeline and place the Shang Dynasty on it, then add some events of your own that are important to you or you know about.
Can you write three sentences about the importance of the Yellow River to the Shang Dynasty?
Can you remember what they ate and drank?
Can you remember the differences between the working and noble class.
Finish your day with some relaxing yoga.
Click on the link and have a go at one of the many different fun yoga sessions especially for children. Don't forget to post a picture on class dojo of one of your yoga poses!
Enjoy your day and don't forget to post your work on class dojo.
Something special that is happening this week is:
Children’s Mental Health Week: Week Beginning: 1st February: Theme – Express Yourself.
Attached is a grid of activities that you might like to have a look at and perhaps choose one a day to explore. If you choose to be a dance teacher, don't forget to send in a video of a dance routine we could all join in with!
Have fun :)