The Emoji Quiz is back and this time it is on popular books! Which book is this? You should all know it! Post your answers in the comments.
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.
Try this fun 'opposites' game. For example if its say 'On' you need to click on the word that means the opposite which is 'Off'
Let's watch todays Newsround - keeping young viewers up to date with the latest stories and events happening at home and abroad.
10.00- Dr Chip's Daily (Almost) Dose
Let's join Dr Chip for his Daily Dose of Computing, Science or Engineering!
10.30- English & Maths
For English this week we will be looking at the Puffin Festival of Big Dreams.
The festival events will be hosted on Puffin’s YouTube channel at 10:30 and 3:30. They will include writing masterclasses, drawing classes and creative challenges set by famous artists and illustrators. Have a look at the schedule below. I've also added the event pack as a file if you wish to print this off and complete the activities but you don't need this for the videos.
You will be set a challenge during each video so have your pens, paper and imagination ready!
This week we will be following the Oak National Academy - Home Learning page.
Please follow the links and complete today's lesson. This week the home learning for Year 4 is Solving measures and money problems.
Please complete Lesson 13 - Money - Buying souvenirs
Don't forget if this is too tricky, you can try the
Year 3 'Fraction Lesson 13-' work here and the
Year 2 'Shape Lesson 13' work here.
Whilst it is super important that you read books yourself. It is also as important that you listen to books being read to you. This week we will be listening to different authors reading their books aloud and who knows, you may even enjoy the extract that much that you buy the book to finish yourself! Today we are going to listen to Jeremy Strong read an extract of his book 'The Hundred Mile an Hour Dog'.
1.30- Wider Curriculum
Refresh your memory on our Rainforests topics that we studied earlier this year. Read the extract and complete the questions!
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