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TODAY’S LEARNING: MATHS. ENGLISH, R.E. STILLING TIME
Starter: Click below then select – Choose to choose level – choose paritioning – select time to answer each question.
BBC BITESIZE – Equivalent fractions
L.I. – To find equivalent fractions.
This lesson includes:
- one video
- one lesson summary
- two interactive activities
L.I. -To identify subordinating conjunctions.
This work will revise coordinating conjunctions and help you to practise subordinating conjunctions.
This work includes:
L.I. – To use expanded noun phrases in non-fiction writing.
This week will explore deadly creatures from around the world (whilst sitting in the comfort of your own home!)
By the end of the week, not only will you know lots about some deadly creatures, you will have also created your own!
Read the following extract from ‘Deadly Factbook: Mammals’ by Steve Backshall:
Write three sentences to describe each of the five animals you have read about. Try to include some of the descriptive words used in the text, such as ‘sublime sense of smell’ (used to describe the polar bear).
Choose your favourite animal that you have read about today and create a fact file about it.
L.I. -To investigate the life of early Christians.
During the 4th Century, Christianity slowly began to spread.
Explore the story of St Columba below:
I wonder what we can learn from the great faithfulness and resilience of the early Christian?
Discuss and write your responses to the questions below:
- What motivates you to keep going when things are difficult?
- Have you been inspired? Why? By whom?
Yoga today – do as little or as much as you like!