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Monday 25th January

Spellings

We are starting a new block of spellings today to be tested on this Friday. You can complete some of the activities from your activity menu in your red book (also in the document below) or have a go at the games in spellzone to help you. 

words with -ous suffix serious, obvious, curious hideous
words which make a long a sound spelt either ei, eigh or ey

vein

weigh

eight

neighbour

they

obey

homophones (words which sound the same, but are spelt differently)

weather/whether

groan/grown

 

English

L.O. To read and understand a story.

We're going to get on the with story a bit today. You will need to finish Chapter 3 and read all of Chapter 4. You can choose from one of the formats below. If you want, you can join me on zoom at 9:30 and I'll continue from where we are up to and see how far we get in 30 minutes! Please log in a few minutes early so we can start promptly! The details will be on my blog. Maybe you can bring a glass of milk, biscuit and a nice blanket to snuggle in while you listen.

At the end of each chapter, write a brief summary on the sheet you started last week. There's a new one here, if you need a new one. 

Chapter 3

Chapter 3 with subtitles

Chaper 4

Chapter 4 with subtitle

Maths

L.O. To solve division word problems

This week, we will be putting your division skills to use by solving word problems. There is a powerpoint below to work through, or you can watch the loom video of me talking you through it. 

The questions for you to practise are below! 

Spanish

L.O. To learn new Spanish Vocabulary

Follow the link below  to the Spanish games. Try  a different topic than the one that you practised last week. 

PE

L.O. To keep active

It's really important at the moment that we all try to keep ourselves active.  Have a go at this speed bounce challenge or try one of the PAS or PE with Joe videos from the links below.

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