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Learning during Covid isolation

If you are at home isolating, you will find tasks here to complete. Please photograph and email the learning to your teacher.

Week 3:

Reading:

Logon to Myon complete a quiz on AR. If you need your login, email your teacher.

Writing:

This week we are focusing on recounts. Start keeping a diary of your day and try and use some time connectives.

Maths:

Activity 1: Watch the video and complete the activities here on counting in tens.

Activity 2: Practise your number bonds and addition and subtraction here.

Topic:

Learn about the life of Samuel Pepys on this video.

What questions would you ask him if you met him?

Science:

Find some materials in your house and see if you can alter their shape! Can you bend them? Squash them? Twist them? Let your teacher know what you find out!

Week 2:

Reading:

Practise these sounds and logon to MyOn. If you don't have a login, contact your teacher.

Literacy:

Monday and Tuesday

This week we are writing poems about fire! Take a look at the video and see if you can write your own poem, using your senses.

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Wednesday and Thursday:

Watch the videos about the story of The Great Fire of London and see if you can draw a story map to show what the events are. 

Like this one:

Science:

Find some materials around the house and see if you can describe their properties! Here is some vocabulary to help you.

Topic:

Look at the photos. How was life different in 1666? Which photos are London in 1666 and which are London now?

Week 1:

Reading:

Practise these sounds:

Creative Writing:

Write a story about what's happening in this picture:

Maths:

Fill in the missing numbers and practise your number bonds.

Topic and Science:

This term our topic is The Fire of London and for Science it is Materials!

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Can you come up with some questions you want to find out the Fire of London and Materials?