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Thursday 2nd July

Welcome to Thursday! ... the weekend is approaching...hang on in there!

Spellings: ou words

Use this link: https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on year 3 & 4 Spelling rule 3 (ou)
  • Click on view words.
  • Write them down in your English book.
  • Then press ‘play’ in the top right-hand corner
  • Click on spelling tiles.
  • Each day use 1 of the games until you have gone on each game (5 games each week displayed).

Remember, you will need to complete the spelling test on Friday, so it is a good idea to practice writing some of these words each day too.

 

English/Topic: Could you be the next David Attenborough?

Part 1: “Story” ideas

Remember, you are going to need to tell a story about your chosen creature in your narration based upon its behaviour. One of the easiest stories to create would be based around how it catches its prey, or is preyed upon. Watch the two clips below from blue planet (narrated by David Attenborough) to see some examples of how the production team tell a story of how these creatures catch their prey, and try to create some suspense. Also, take note of what the narrator says (this is what you are going to try to emulate (copy) in your narration).

Orca hunting herring

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SabxJ0nqKlE

Portuguese man o war

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr1ps0ooDhU

 

Part 2: Continue to research your sea creature.

This links with part 3…planning the story you are going to tell. You need to be accurate in your information, so you are going to need to research carefully.

You need to decide what aspect of behaviour your narration is going to describe…

e.g. hunting prey, hiding/escaping from predators, migration, offspring etc.

Then, find out all you can about that particular area, so you can weave in your facts to your story.

Part 3: Plan your “story”

Use the story board template to plan the story you are going to tell of your chosen sea creature. Like any story, it will need an opening (set the scene…describe what and where); build-up (what is your creature doing…e.g. swimming across the open ocean/ swimming amongst the tentacles of an anemone, entering the shark infested sea to reach feeding grounds… etc); dilemma (the problem…e.g. being pursued by a pod of orca/shark….hunting a penguin…etc); resolution (catching the prey/escaping etc); ending (what comment could you conclude your narrative with?)

 

Maths:

Having listened to your feedback, some of you preferred the white rose maths, and some preferred the NCETM videos. So, I am going to offer a choice. You can either do the white rose or  the NCETM videos. There is no right or wrong option, it is what best suits you. Either lesson will benefit your child.

NCETM Year 3/4

Week 3 Lesson 4: Name unit fractions and match them with the fraction notation and representation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Io8WCb0WUAU&list=PLQqF8sn28L9wDx3QxDIF14OaAE9rwkPBP&index=4

 

 

White Rose

Year 3 Maths Summer term week 10 (W/C 29th  June) Lesson 4: Telling the time to 5 minutes 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Guidance: watch the video tutorial, then complete the worksheet. If you can't (or don't want to) print the worksheet, write your answers in your exercise book. Make sure you number your questions to make it easy for your parents to check your answers.

This week, the worksheets will not feature on the white rose site, but will appear at the bottom of this webpage.

Year 4 Maths Summer term week 10 (W/C 29th June) Lesson 4: Line graphs

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

Guidance: watch the video tutorial, then complete the worksheet. If you can't (or don't want to) print the worksheet, write your answers in your exercise book. Make sure you number your questions to make it easy for your parents to check your answers!

This week, the worksheets will not feature on the white rose site, but will appear at the bottom of this webpage. 

Science: Salt water

Check up on your salt water experiment….can you see any change yet? Record any observations in your exercise book.