Thursday 4th 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 ‘Football Workout 2’ sheets for some ideas to get you moving.
The Porchester Park Project
Write a letter to the council to persuade them that the park needs to be saved.
There is a template you can use on Purple Mash if you would like, which includes further pop-ups with useful prompts for the main body of your letter. However, you can write your letter on paper if you prefer. You will find the template in your 2Dos.
A Bit of a Hero
Write the next chapter of the story. Will Beth run for her life or stay with Dad?
Remember to try to continue writing in the same style as the author. Write in the past tense and in the first person, as if you are Beth.
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.
Ned and the Three Bears
Complete the spelling, punctuation and grammar activities that can be printed using the document below.
If you haven’t already done so, please log on to Spelling Shed and try to complete this week’s game 5 times. Remember you can increase (or decrease) the difficulty if necessary.
If you have completed this assignment and you are looking for something else, why not try one or two of the activities from the ‘Challenge Weeks’ pack. You can use this week’s spellings or choose some of the tricky words from the Year 3/4 additional word list.
Today’s challenge: Subtraction 5 Minute Frenzy
Choose one of the sheets below, (to subtract either single digit or two-digit numbers) use a clock or timer set to 5 minutes and see how many calculations you can answer correctly in that time. Remember, you must start with the biggest number, so always subtract the row number from the column number. Did you beat the score you achieved on Tuesday?