This week we are going to use a few lessons on adverbials and a short recount. All of the details you need are included below, along with a parent page to support the child's understanding.
We have included a PDF (opens on almost all devices) and Word version of each. If you have Word, you can edit the document directly, or on the PDF you can use your device's writing function to complete the boxes.
We do not need you to send us your completed learning.
We are going to be using the White Rose Maths for now. Each day there will be a video and accompanying activity sheet to complete. You will pause the video at certain points and complete sections of the activity. You can obviously rewind the video if there is something you are stuck on.
We are going to start learning a new computing language called LOGO. Logo is a screen turtle that we will learn to control and create patterns and shapes. The guidance is on the PowerPoint but you can use the software to have a go as you work through the activities. There is an activity sheet (in PDF or Word) which you need to try to answer. The bottom half contains the commands you need to use.
For the software, there are a few versions you can get for free. Links are below.
Turtle Academy is an online version that you can use on the internet.
FMSLogo needs to be downloaded and installed on a Windows computer but is very good.
Logotacular is an app that works on iPad.
In French this week, we would have been learning simple classroom instructions. Have a look at the presentation below with your sound volume up! Practice saying the different vocabulary out loud as you go through the lesson. Perfect that French accent! Then, when you are more confident complete the mild (*), spicy (**), hot (***) worksheets below. Choose the one that matches your level of confidence. Don't worry if you don't have the facility to print, just have the sheet up on your device and write on a piece of paper.
Spring term is Tudor term!
This week in the classroom we will be introducing the children to the Tudors. Kick starting our learning is a lesson on the Battle of Bosworth. Please have a look at the presentation below and then complete the Tudor Rose fact sheet.
The civil war between the House of Lancaster and the House of York was called the War of the Roses because each side had a certain colour of rose to represent them – red for Lancaster and white for York. The Tudor rose is both red and white, symbolising that the two houses were joined together. Try colouring one in, or follow the how to video below to draw your own!