Thanks for your responses to the *Question of the Day* on Friday:
Would you rather live twice as long or win the lottery? Why?
There were some interesting responses , I think I would prefer to win the lottery so then I could travel the world (but not right now haha).
Today's challenge is to do something kind for somebody. It could be offering to help out with the dishes, or make somebody a drink or write them a nice message! Cheer up somebody's day ! Don't forget to tell us what kind things you have been up to.
9.00- Let's start the day with a workout
Click here to join in with The Body Coach - Joe Wicks as he does his Live daily workout.
Choose five words from your year 3/4 spellings list. Can you use them in a sentence?
10.00- Dr Chip's Daily Dose
Let's join Dr Chip for his Daily Dose of Computing, Science or Engineering!
10.45- English and Maths
Watch the following video about an octopus escaping! https://www.literacyshed.com/oktapodi.html
If the animals could speak what would they say? Put this into inverted commas to retell the story. You can give the characters names. For example:
"Oh no!" Frank cried
"Help me!" Sally screamed.
"I'll find a way, don't worry," Frank assured her as she disappeared from sight.
White Rose are adding fantastic home learning opportunities to their website weekly. They include video tutorials and worksheets to use alongside.
Follow the link and go to home learning for Year 4 and then week 3. Please complete Lesson 1
(If you are finding the year 4 work a bit tricky, you can try the year 3 work here: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/)
Don't forget we will also set work on mymaths which you can complete too!
Read chapter 1 of 'Jasper and the Viking dog' and then answer the attached questions.
1.30- Wider Curriculum
Today Mr Roberts has set you some RE work to complete. Please read his message and look at the attached documents .
"Hi guys, It’s Mr R here.
Read the power point about the Prodigal Son. Next produce pictures with captions about the story using the storyboard, if you can."
Don't forget to email us your work !
Miss Lashmar- email@example.com
Miss Bell- firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr R - email@example.com
If the files don't open, try this website to watch the video: