1 - Monday 6th December
Below is the explanation for the work we are doing today which you can access at home.
If you cannot remember your logins, get parents/carers to send me an email and I will get back to you with your logins.
Today you are to carry on with your Bear and the Hare writing on Google Classrooms. You should be focusing on the next scenes to happen in the film. I have uploaded a storyboard, word mat and notes for you to have a look at if you need some help. The film has been linked below. I am really looking forward to seeing what you manage to write.
Remember to focus on: spellings, vocabulary choices, sentence structure (why not try a relative clause?) and making sure it flows and makes sense. Expand on detail and make sure it explores the emotions the video creates in us as viewers.
I have uploaded a comprehension sheet for you to have a look at, at home - remember to choose your challenge.Today it is all about the Christmas Truce. 1 star= Good, 2 star = Amazing and 3 star = Awesome.
Don't forget to keep reading and here is the link to the Accelerated Reader Website so that you can quiz from home where applicable.
This week we are revising some of the key topics we have looked at over the course of the Autumn term, today we are thinking about Addition and Subtraction. Have a look at the sheet attached- don't forget to write down your calculations.
Of course the Numbots Challenge is still going on (what can you achieve before Christmas?) and TT Rockstars should also be used regularly!
In RE this week, we are focusing on Advent and how it is a time of Waiting in Hope. There are slides below that talk about the Prophet Isaiah and how he prophesied Jesus's birth hundreds of years before. The slides then talk about how we have Advent to reflect the long wait in hope the people had in Isaiah's day. Finally, we talk about the way we reflect on waiting during Advent, specifically with the Advent Wreath. Have a look at the information and examples on there and write your own explanations.
Remember if there are any problems with accessing any work then please contact Miss Stubberfield, and she will try and get back to you as soon as she can.