Weekly Remote Learning tasks – WC 11.01.21
Weekly Writing Tasks
Monday – see reading.
Tuesday – To explore expanded noun phrases
Wednesday – To generate vocabulary to describe a character
Thursday – To develop a rich understanding of words associated with running
Friday – To analyse the opening scene
Don’t forget to email us your work using the dropbox below.
Weekly Maths Tasks
Each day, you will see two links: 5-a-day and a maths lesson. The 5-a-day consists of 5 arithmetic questions that will help you to keep your skills sharp. The maths lessons need to be followed in the order they are written in.
Solving practical coordinate problems (Part 1)
Solving practical coordinate problems (part 2)
Coordinates and shapes: To recognise 3-D shapes
Coordinates and shapes: To recognise nets of 3D shapes
Coordinates and shapes: To solve problems involving 3D shapes
Remember: Keep practising your times tables on Times Table Rockstars.
Weekly Reading Tasks
Monday – The Giant’s Necklace: To read a text and make inferences (Part 1)
Don’t forget to keep up your own personal reading. This can be fiction or non-fiction. Find something you enjoy and tell us about it.
Tuesday – Click on the link below. Read the text and use your VIPERS skills to answer the questions.
Novel – The World’s Worst Children by David Walliams
Weekly Spelling Tasks
This half term’s spellings will focus on the
Year 3 and 4 statutory spellings. Remember to practise your spellings before you do the test. Please let us know your scores.
Here are the word codes for each week:
Week 1 – 73321
Week 2 – 73449
Week 3 – 73450
Week 4 – 73451
Week 5 – 73452
Week 6 – 73453
Other Learning Activities
Session 2 – How are organisms adapted to hot environments?
First… watch the clip about Elgar’s Enigma Variations
Then… watch CBBC’s Naomi Wilkinson’s video and draw a picture of someone you miss and write about a piece of music that reminds you of them.
Send your artwork and music selection to your special person to show them they are in your thoughts. We’d love to see it too.
Click here to download this weeks computing PowerPoint. (Please ignore my mistake on the first slide saying Years 3& 4)