This Week's Learning
Learning for the week beginning 23rd March
Hi Blue Class, I have put together lots of activities for you to do this week. Please don't worry if you don't manage to get through everything, or if you do other things instead. These are some ideas to get you started in your learning but if you take a different direction that's great! Please do read and spend time on numbots/TTRockstars.
I'm going to miss you all but know you are going to do some fantastic learning in the coming weeks. If you need me, I'm here to support you, just email the office on firstname.lastname@example.org and put Miss Tucker as the subject (so the office can send it across to me easily). You can also use this to send me some of your brilliant learning so I can add it to our class gallery! I can’t wait to hear from you!
Friday 20th March
This morning we are going to look at spellings, we will be thinking about some of our year 3 and 4 spelling words, science, scene, discipline, fascinate and crescent, talking about how they come from Latin words.
In topic we will be learning about the history of Faversham, researching online using the websites in the links below.
In maths we will be looking at fractions, using the end of term assessment below and playing some fraction games.
In the afternoon we will have PE, there are some ideas for exercises that can be done at home.
Fraction end of term assessments
Thursday 19th March 2020
Today we will be practicing our handwriting using spelling words from the year 3 and 4 spelling list: build, group, notice, probably and quarter.
In topic we will be looking at main and subordinate clauses and writing our own sentences including these, based on the story of Tom's midnight garden.
In maths we will be looking at solving problems involving fractions.
This afternoon we will be doing PE, practicing our key steps to improve body management.
We will also be looking at our school rules of Be Safe, Be Kind and Be Ready and discussing three things we are grateful for this week, as we do each week.