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Wednesday 20th January

Good morning everyone : ) Thank you for joining us here. Below is the timetable for Wednesday's learning. Today you'll be discovering more about rivers and also learning new Spanish vocabulary. Look in the Brain Break Activities section if you want to watch extra videos about these topics. 

Don't forget to click on Bug Club to help keep you reading regularly. If you've forgotten your log-in details, just email us and we'll send them to you again. Are you ready for the Year 3 & 4 Times Tables challenge? Log on to the Times Tables Rock Stars site. Maybe you could be the winner one Friday!

Join us on our Google Meet if you can. We'd love to see you.

MORNING

 

AFTERNOON

Maths

English

GOOGLE
MEET

LUNCH

Reading

Spanish

Geography

MATHS: multiplication

Using arrays to represent the 3 and 4 times tables.

Watch the video and pause when you need to.

Have a pencil and paper ready - you'll find the worksheets in your pack.

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

ENGLISH: Non-chronological Reports

Today we'll be exploring simple and compound sentences.

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

READING

Remember, you have access to Big Club for your independent reading.

 

GUIDED READING TEXT: Rushing Rivers

Today we will practise answering questions on a non-fiction text.

(Part 3)

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

SPANISH

Last week we started learning the months of the year in Spanish.

We'll continue with this theme by learning a Spanish song with Senor Jordan.

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

GEOGRAPHY

In this lesson we will be learning about rivers around the world.

We will mainly be focusing on the continents of South America, Africa and Europe

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

BRAIN BREAK ACTIVITIES

Rivers- extras

CLICK HERE to watch a selection of videos about rivers (how they are formed, where you can find them and what their special features are)

CLICK HERE to find out how waterfalls are formed

Spanish-extras

CLICK HERE to listen to The Very Hungry Caterpillar in English and Spanish. You have already learnt the days of the week in Spanish. Can you hear them in this story?

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