Welcome to another action-packed day of learning…but also of thinking and reflection. Later on today we are going to do some more learning about refugees and this time it is going to be through Google Classroom! My first time putting something on Google Classroom rather than just looking at your work so please do give it a go! Mr Fielder and I are very excited to see how you get on and adults you will be pleased to know there is a guide now as well 🙂
Onward to the learning!
+ remember to exercise as well
Can you sort the pictures below into the two different pronunciations of ‘c’? You can call one “soft” and one “hard” but keep practising out-loud the two different ways of saying ‘c’.
If you’d like these emailed so you can cut them out and sort them then just let me know.
Using long ladder letters in writing today:
Here are the answers to yesterday’s work:
Time to learn about making equal groups (sharing – Lesson 3):
Rights Respecting – Refugee Week
We started learning about this through a story yesterday and now we are going to continue.
Login to Google Classroom, here is a guide:
You can also click through it as a slideshow if that is easier:
Now that you’re fully informed as to the wonders of Google Classroom log on and access the Rights Respecting learning assigned.
We had these super comments from yesterday’s refugee learning:
I can’t wait to see how you get on!
Let’s finish with a story…
How did you get on with your learning today?
Stay in touch.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Great Science Share day, we had some super work come in and it looks like you had a lot of fun! It isn’t too late to still send something in. Do check out twitter to see the work – we had awesome videos and photos of experiments shared, fantastic pictures of work that the illustrator of Look Up! personally responded to and interactions with one of the scientists!
It would also be great to see other work from some of you as well 🙂
@MissLinsleyHMPS (twitter – remember the @ at the beginning)
Thinking of you,
Miss Linsley…and Mr Fielder 🙂