I hope you all had a good weekend.
Before you start today’s learning if for any reason you didn’t get a chance to do Friday’s learning about Standing Up To Racism and Black Lives Matter please start with that as it is very important. We had some great engagement through the blog comments which I will share with you below.
Thank you to Kiyana’s mum, Muhammad’s mum and Jovani’s mum for contributing to the conversation.
This week I would like you to focus on learning to spell the days of the week and also making sure that you know the order that they come in. This is very important as it comes up in our Maths and English learning. These words have been set on Sumdog to practise and there will also be a spelling quiz available on Sumdog from Thursday.
Polysyllabic words today!
So did you catch me out at all? Did any of the words have more than two syllables?
The focus today is graphemes. Have fun with the Small Town Superheroes!
All about arrays! (Week 8: Lesson 1 – Making Arrays)
Topic – Transport:
Hello everyone – Mr Fielder here making a guest appearance back on the blog to let you know about this week’s topic assignment.
This week we will be asking the question “Who was George Stephenson and how did he change people’s lives?“
Log on to the google classroom (please scroll down to last Monday if you needs the instructions again on how to do this). Here you will find a presentation to enjoy, a quiz, a document called “The Great Railway Debate” that you can share some ideas on and a diary entry task based on a ride on a steam train. Please make sure all tasks are completed by the end of the week.
Let’s finish with a story…
This is The Family Book by Todd Parr. You might remember it from when we read it all the way back in Reception during our Ourselves topic but it has been quite a long time since then so you might not! Enjoy 🙂
It is wonderful to celebrate all the many diverse ways we can be a family today.
What did you find most interesting to learn about today? What was challenging?
Stay in touch.
Thinking of you,
Miss Linsley…and Mr Fielder 🙂