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Tuesday 16th June 2020

Hello Cedar class!

 

I have finished reading all of the instructions on how to catch a dragon.  They were very well written: you all clearly worked hard on them and thought carefully about the vocabulary and fronted adverbials you were going to use.  

 I am happy to hear that you are enjoying the maths lessons and the other work that was set for you yesterday.  I am also glad to see you keeping up with your Times Table Rockstars.

 

Here are the tasks I would like you to have a go at today please.

 

English: BBC Bitesize: Using homophones and paragraphs

Link on the weekly timetable and also here:

 

 

 

Reading: Purple Mash reading task. Information in the document found under 'English':

wc 15.06.20 Reading Task

 

Handwriting: Write out your pangram 3 times. Document found under 'English':

wc 15.06.20 Handwriting Practice Hazel.

 

Spelling: Complete the Look, say, cover, write, check sheets for Yr 3&4 and Yr 5&6 ahead of a spelling test for 3/4 and a dictation paragraph for 5/6 this week. Documents found under 'English':

Year 5&6 Look, say...Week 8

Year 3&4 Look, say...Week 7

 

Maths: Continue with the Oak Academy Translation work.

Link on the weekly timetable and also here:

 

 

 

Maths Meeting: We are re-visiting the skills you practised at the start of Lockdown, with the very first week of maths meetings, waaaaay back in March!

Link on the weekly timetable and also here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PL-EofMoAI&t=5s

 

Wider Curriculum: Geography: Today you will begin a 'human geography' research project, which will take several weeks to complete. Document found under 'wider curriculum':

16.06.20 Geography task week 1

 

Spend some time on Times Table Rockstars - trying meeting up with a friend and playing a competition online. 

 

As always, I am just an email away if you have any questions or need any help with anything. 

 

Stay safe, 

Mrs Joseph

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