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Thursday 25th February


L.O. To create a word bank

Watch the loom below for today's task. There is a video within the loom to watch and the instructions for the padlet task. 

If you would prefer, you can work through the powerpoint at your own pace and you will need to watch the video below. 

The link to the padlet task is also below. Read the instructions on the padlet. Do not create your own posts today. 

The river's course.mp4

Still image for this video


L.O. To recognise parallel and perpendicular lines

Watch the video to find out another way to describe how lines meet (or don't meet!). 

Complete the sheet to see if you can recognise parallel and perpendicular lines in 2d shapes. 

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines - KS2 Maths


L.O. To order events using BC and AD

This half term we will be learning about the Romans in Britain. There are 2 tasks to complete. The first is the cover sheet. Complete the first and second columns and colour in the pictures (if you want!). 

The second task is to order the events of the Romans in Britain into chronological order. If you need a reminder about what BC and AD mean (we did learn about it when we did the Stone Age), then you can work through the powerpoint and watch the video below. 

BC and AD timeline