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Monday 25th

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Literacy - Writing a conversation between the birds and the frogs

Can you imagine how furious the birds might be from our evidence video?!

Use the photo below to write 2 pieces of speech for both the frogs and the birds. Then, write 2 verbs to state what they are doing in the photo.

Once you have done this, write a short dialogue piece with what the birds and frogs might say to each other, there is an example down below!

Remember everything you have learnt about inverted commas, different words for said and also what the characters might be doing whilst speaking (use the verbs from your photo!)

 

Numeracy Year 4-  Learning to read and interpret bar graphs

Y4 Visit the Oak National Academy Y4 Lesson

Y3 Visit the Oak National Academy Y3 Lesson 

First, complete the quiz, then watch the lesson, complete answers from the online worksheet (you don't have to print this off) then finish with the consolidation quiz.

EXT: Worksheets below or why not have a go at collecting data and drawing your own?

 

Educational extensions

TTRS

Mindfulness

BBC Bitesize

Free Reading 

 

 

Topic - Science

Plan and carry out an investigation into the properties of rocks

Watch this pre recorded lesson with Mrs Cramp  (17 minutes long)

You will need the science investigation worksheet. Decide which investigation you want to write up. Include your predictions, a drawing of the experiment and your conclusion.

Tomorrow we will be seeing the final experiment and creating a bar graph to show our results. You could always watch the video today if this helps. Remember to apply what we've learnt in maths. 

 

Spellings to learn this week

Year 3

Earth

Enough

Island

Decide

Continue

Minute

Difficult

Consider

Year 4

Serious

Ferocious

Obvious

Curious

Vigorous

Infectious

Outrageous

Spontaneous

 

Daily Challenge This week we are setting you outdoor learning challenges

Can you build a  Mini shelter? visit the document library for instructions.

 

 

 

Best of luck Year 3 and 4!

 

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