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3 - Wednesday 8th December

Good Morning!

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. 


I know you have completed your Bear and the Hare stories- I have really enjoyed reading them and will send you some feedback today. 

Here is a new challenge to try, there is a Google Classroom assignment:




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 Origins of Christmas Traditions.

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 Multiplication/Division: multiplying and dividing by 10/100/1000 and using times table knowledge to work out the questions of bigger numbers (think Percy Parker style- if you know 9 x 4 then you know 90 x 4).

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!


Today we are thinking about Preparation for Christmas during Advent. We will look at some scripture about how Mary prepared for the birth of Jesus with her cousin Elizabeth. 


There is a chance to watch a video in there and this is the video: 

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Think about the line 'Wherever you find love, it feels like Christmas'- is this true? What does Christmas make you feel like?


Your task is to make an Advent Calendar of Good Deeds that can be used to prepare for Christmas during Advent. 

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.