Monday 8th June 2020
You could start your day by joining Joe Wicks again for his daily live P.E. session which can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1
Are you looking for something different to do? Why not take a look at the Athletics Activities below – a set of six activities that can be completed at home with your family, using simple items that hopefully you will have access to.
The Porchester Park Project
Write the next chapter of the story. Prediction: What is Freya’s amazing new idea?
Remember to write in the first person, as if you are Freya. Begin by briefly describing the amazing new idea for saving the park, and then include details about the action plan, people, equipment and potential challenges or problems.
There is a template you can use on Purple Mash if you would like, which includes further pop-ups with useful prompts for your writing. However, you can write your chapter on paper if you prefer. You will find the template in your 2Dos.
A Bit of a Hero
After seeing how they react in various situations, compare and contrast two of the characters – Dad and Earth Man.
Remember to use evidence from the story to back up your character descriptions. For example, you could say that Dad often feels useless because people don’t see him as a superhero. Include similarities between the two characters in your comparison, using evidence to prove what you are saying about them.
There is a template you can use on Purple Mash if you would like, which includes further pop-ups with useful prompts for your writing. However, you can write your comparison on paper if you prefer. You will find the template in your 2Dos.
Ned and the Three Bears
Complete the spelling, punctuation and grammar activities that can be printed using the document below.
We will begin by using the slideshow from the Spelling Shed website to introduce the spelling rules. Hopefully an adult can work through the slideshow with you and direct you with the tasks, using the lesson plan as a guide. Feel free to adapt the tasks as you wish.
How do we know what prehistoric Britain was like?
Follow the link below to learn what life was like in prehistoric Britain.
|We will look at changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age in more detail over the next few weeks. This is a new topic for the Year 3 children in our class; for the Year 4 children, this will help you revise some of the teaching and learning from your Autumn term topic in 2018 (A long, long time ago…).|