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Week beginning: 23rd March 2020

Week beginning: 23rd March 2020

As always, please encourage your child to read daily and complete their yellow reading record.

Monday:

Maths: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

English: Use Purple Mash to create a book review of 'The Robot and the Bluebird' by David Lucas which we have been reading in class. What are your thoughts on our class story?

Tuesday:

Maths: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

English: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

Wednesday:

Maths: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

English: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

Thursday:

Maths: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

English: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

Friday:

Maths: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

English: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you, log in to complete your task.

Spellings:

Practise your spellings daily using one of the activities from our school's spelling approach: 

Science:

We have been working on the topic of Animals including humans. The children need to be able to name and label body parts of humans and other animals. They need to be able to group animals into different categories. This includes carnivores, herbivores and omnivores and amphibians, reptiles, mammals, fish and birds.

This week on Purple Mash I have set the children the herbivores, omnivores or carnivores quiz.

Please find a video link below to support their learning:

Topic:

We are currently learning about The Animal Kingdom. The children need to be able to talk about the different continents and oceans throughout the world and some of the countries within them. They have been locating continents and animals native to that continent.

Can the children research the continent of Africa? They can try to locate it on a map, look at what the weather is like, what countries and what animals can be found in this continent.

Here are some resources to support this. There is also a template to create a fact file.

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