Good Morning Saplings!
I hope you enjoy the Home Learning activities. You are all doing really well.
Plan for today’s home learning:
Learning objective: to write your food tasting report
This lesson will involve you writing the title, introduction and describing two of your chocolate bars in detail and in full sentences. You may like to use the template below to help you. Try to use some expanded noun phrases in your writing. Once you have completed this task, check the success criteria to see how much you have included in your writing.
Our Success Criteria
For both Year groups, there is a separate PowerPoint and worksheet as there are different learning objective. Please do not worry about printing the worksheets, you can write your answers on a piece of paper
Learning objective: to find equivalent fractions using a fraction wall
Please explore the PowerPoint below and then complete the maths worksheet. If you would like to have a go at some more tasks, there is a challenge also below.
Learning objective: to be able to subtract fractions from a whole
Please explore the PowerPoint below and then complete the maths worksheet. If you would like to have a go at some more tasks, there is a challenge also below
Learning objective: to write own headings and sub-headings
The PowerPoint below gives an example of a similar task you will complete for this sessions GPS activity. The worksheet (below) involves you to create your own heading and sub-headings Please note that the worksheet with star three is slightly more changing than star 1-You can choose which one you would like to do
Learning objective: to complete some comprehension questions with different domains
For today’s session, your task is to read Chapter 5 of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and then answer the comprehension questions
Learning objective: to recall a set of multiplication and division facts
Please find below a worksheet for both Year 3 and Year 4 based on their times tables to complete..
Here are some art activities you may like to have a go at.
Draw from life
What you need: Pencil, Paper Object to draw.
Look for an object around your home. Have a go at drawing it. It does not have to be perfect. Just draw what you see.
What you need: Money (coins or notes) Art resources to draw or paint, paper
Look carefully at the money and draw what you see. You could challenge yourself by using a different medium such as chalk or pen.
What you need: Art resources to draw or paint, paper
Close your eyes and imagine a big tree. Now create the tree by drawing, painting or using any other art material. You might create a small drawing, a collage, a sculpture – do what feels good to create your tree. It is not about the perfect tree – it is about enjoying using your imagination and trying to re – create it! (If you find it hard to imagine one, you can copy from a picture or draw a tree that you see!)