Hello all, here are today’s learning activities.
In maths today we will be looking at the subtraction of a 3-digit number from a 3 digit number with exchanging.
Here is today’s video to help guide you through.
Here is today’s maths activity.
Subtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number – exchange
In English today I would like you to watch and enjoy the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. You may remember reading this!
Watch, listen and write down what the caterpillar ate.
Discuss the question – Is the caterpillar eating a balanced diet? Think about what you have learned about a balanced diet on Monday this week.
Write an improved, healthier menu for the hungry caterpillar for a day with breakfast, lunch and tea or for a week as it appears in the story.
Write your new menu using days of the week.
Remember to use a capital letter for each day of the week!
Use describing words (adjectives) for the food which you choose each day, e.g.
Succulent sausages and poached eggs with tomato sauce
Grapefruit segments and a glass of ice-cold milk
Granary toast with sliced cheese and tomatoes on top
Chicken kebabs with peppers and onions. Don’t forget garlic sauce!
Remember to use capital letters for days of the week and check all spelling on your menu.
Remember Wednesday’s are our times tables and spelling tests, so make sure to learn your new spellings set on Spelling Shed.
Have a go at Mr Garvey’s PE activity.
In RE today we will be starting our new topic about Islam.
Can you find the following countries on the map?
Iran, Egypt, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Saudi Arabia.
Where was Islam founded? Complete the jigsaw below to find out where Islam started.
For stilling time today colour in one of these pictures.
Mr Turton’s Joke of The Day
Why do sharks swim in saltwater?
Because pepper water makes them sneeze!
Have a super day everyone, keep smiling.
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