Week Beginning 6th July 2020
Good Morning Otter Class. As we come close to the end of term, I want to say how fantastic you all are and how impressed I am at how your are doing your learning at home.
Below is this week’s learning and the live video timetable.
Remember do as much as you feel able to do and please don’t worry. Keep smiling and do something everyday to make yourself laugh.
Live Video Timetable
Reading/ Writing/ SPaG
A-Z Pangram Challenge
Rainforest poetry and Anglo Saxon villages
Online Safety Poster Gallery
Andy Warhol inspired Pop Art gallery
My email address is:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Please send me pictures of your learning or pictures of you doing fun activities.
PE – complete some Jo Wickes videos.
If you have a skipping rope, can you skip forwards, without stopping for 2 minutes? What about backwards? What about crossing your body? If you need a skipping rope, contact school and we can arrange one to be left in the black box for you.
You could learn some skipping tricks!
Activity to make you feel happy
Below are some templates of different pieces of clothing. Design a piece (or many pieces) of clothing with designs and pictures of things that make you feel happy. Send them to me and I’ll create a collage of ‘happy’clothes for our classroom.
Homework set prior to enforced closure
Each week your child will be given a list of spellings to learn. These will be related to the spelling rules they have been learning and directly link to the National Curriculum.
Times tables is a really important part of your child’s education.
Children in Year 3 need to learn the 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 times tables and the appropriate division facts.
By the end of Year 4 should be able to recall all of the times tables (up to 12×12) off by heart.
All children in Otter Class have their own login for Times Tables RockStar and use these on a weekly basis to practice their times tables knowledge as well as challenge each other and Mrs Cook to correctly answer the most calculations as quickly as possible.
Maths and Literacy
Children will be given some maths challenges and literacy homework on alternative weeks. This will always be related to the learning they are doing in class.