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Tuesday 21st July

Welcome to Tuesday

Please see below suggested activities for today. 

 

  • Daily suggestions
  • Practise the eight weekly spellings (posted below). 
  • Keep practising some of the 107 Year 3 and 4 Statutory spellings that you find challenging.(See the full list of statutory words on the attached document below).
  • Reading for pleasure. Keep reading a variety of texts that you enjoy.
  • Practise your times tables. This could be using TT Rockstars, TimesTables.co.uk  or simply chanting them outloud or playing times tables bingo.  

 

 

  • More interactive games, videos and worksheets can be accessed through the BBC bitesize link:
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

    Worksheets/documents will be added to the relevant pages on the school website too when they become available online. This is varying at the moment, please keep an eye out. They will be posted by no later than 9am on the day.

 

  • Please note, Year 4 do not have a worksheet today, please find the interactive activities on the BBC Website.

 

  • Literacy – Explanation – How were the pyramids built?

Today you are going to write up an explanation text to explain how the Ancient Egyptians built the Pyramids. Use yesterday’s planning sheet to help you, you could watch the BBC bitesize video again too.
Below is the How were Pyramids Built Writing sheet is below if you would like to use it as a template for your work, but plain paper or lined paper would be absolutely fine!

 

  • Topic – Pyramid challenge

Today you have a Challenge, find something in your house to build a pyramid with, I wonder who will make the tallest, strongest pyramid.
You could use, lego, sugar cubs, cocktail sticks and marshmellows, just to name a few ideas. (These are on the Enrichment document too)

This website might help you and your designs:
https://hubpages.com/art/3d-pyramid-model-project-ideas
Don’t forget to send in any pictures of your structures.

 

  • Spellings

This week, we are attaching all the Year 3 and 4 statutory spellings that your child is expected to know by the end of year 4. Please feel free to go over any words that you may find tricky!

 

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