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01st March 2021 Monday


We are doing a maths zoom at 9am. Please use the link in the email to take part in this. 

Today we are going to be thinking about equivalent lengths, focusing on cm and m. 

If you were unable to join the zoom, click on this link to watch a video on this topic:

and work through the powerpoint below before you try to complete the worksheet. 



We are doing an English zoom at 10:30am. Please use the link in the email to take part in this.

Today we are going to recap apostrophes for possession. 

We will do a recap of this over zoom. 

You then have a task to complete on Google classroom. 

Please note - for the first 7 questions, there is a 'correct answer' and the quiz will mark these. The remaining questions as the children to write a sentence. The quiz will not mark these. Once the children have submitted their work, I will mark their sentences and give them back a total out of 20. 



Today, we are going to think about the Zones of regulation. The last time we thought about this, you were asked to think about what you looked like in each of the zone, how you felt in each zone and what might have happened that put you in that zone. 


Today you are going to be thinking about things you can do to move yourself out of the blue, yellow and red zones and back towards the green zone. 


Everybody will feel slightly different in these zones, so the tools you use might be different to the tools your friend uses...this is okay!! We are all different! This afternoon, it is important that you think about you!


Have a look at the document below which gives you examples of things you can do when you are in each stage. 


Your task:

Below is your activity sheet. You need to think about things that you can do to help you when you are in each zone. You can use some of the tools from the examples if you thing they would help you. 

On the sheet, you need to write down what the tool is, and then circle which zone you think it would be helpful for. I have done a few as an example for you: