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Daily Connect Monday 1.3.21.mp4

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Word of the Day - Aspirations

 Can you write a sentence making sure you include the word of the day. Spicy and Hot - can you then re-read your sentence and identify the word class of each of the different words you have used.

 

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Year 2 to Year 6 Mrs Ryder's assembly 1.3.21

Maths - Reading the time on analogue and digital clocks

This is a tricky unit for us to teach as some children can already tell the time and others cannot. We have included a recap from BBC Bitesize on telling the time. This goes all the way back to half past.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhk82hv/articles/zcmdwxs

 

If you're happy with this, you can jump straight to the next part from Oak Academy. See the link below.

Oak Academy - Reading the time on analogue and digital clocks

 

There's also a nice little activity and video from BBC Bitesize for KS2 time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkfycdm/articles/zcrmqty

 

Activity challenge

MILD - Complete activities on the BBC Bitesize links and try Q1 on the main sheet.

SPICY - Complete the activities on the BBC Bitesize links and then complete the main sheet.

HOT - Complete all of the activities from SPICY then try the HOT challenge sheet.

English

Today, we will be using the plans that we built on Friday to write the opening paragraph of our story. Make sure you have Friday's learning to hand so you can use those ideas to make the task much simpler.  

 

Mild - Focus on the sentence starters part of the success criteria rather than the compound and complex sentences. Think about all of the different fronted adverbials we have been learning about telling us where, when and how something has happened. Remember they need to have a comma after them!

 

Spicy - As Mild however can you introduce one compound/ complex sentence in each part of the opening. Try to be ambitious with your vocabulary by using a range of ways to describe the borrower and exciting verbs.

 

Hot - Focus on all the success criteria. Ensure you have a range of fronted adverbials telling me where, when and how something has happened.  Include a range of compound and complex sentences throughout your writing demonstrating your understanding. 

 

Volcano Challenge - can you finish with a short, snappy sentence? A mixture of long and short sentences gives your writing some flow making it more exciting for the reader.

PE – Football - Dribbling with control

This week we are focusing on dribbling around objects and turning.

You will need a ball, some cones or similar and a stopwatch or timer.

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