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Wednesday 3rd February

Good morning to you all. We hope you are well : ) 

In today's work, we continue with the same themes for English and Maths (report writing and multiplication).

Our Guided Reading task focuses on retrieval of words from the text so make sure you keep The Lake District reading sheet to hand. Our Spanish lesson gives you a bit of a challenge! Can you learn how to ask for and say the date in Spanish? 

We continue our Geography topic on Rivers. This week we are learning about landforms and how rivers can create them.

Don't forget to look in the Brain Break section for additional activities. 

MORNING

 

AFTERNOON

Maths

English

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LUNCH

Reading

Spanish

Geography

Maths

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson on multiplying three 1-digit numbers by each other

English - non-chronological reports

Angler Fish - simple and compound sentences.

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

SPANISH

In class this week, we have been showing the date in Spanish on the board (next to the English date). Do you know what today's date is in Spanish? Remember there are no capital letters for the Spanish days or months. Watch the video below to learn more. Have a go at some of the tasks in your Spanish workbook (included in your pack)

CLICK HERE to learn how to say the date in Spanish

GEOGRAPHY

What landforms do rivers create? (Part 1)

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

BRAIN BREAK ACTIVITIES

CLICK HERE to watch a video about how electric motors work

CLICK HERE to hear Cressida Cowell read from  How to Train Your Dragon (the second part of Chapter Two)

CLICK HERE to learn how to use a simple circuit to turn a toothbrush head into a robot 

 

PHOTOGRAPH COMPETITION 
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