Subtract money using the expanded method. For our last maths 'learning in lockdown' video lesson, we'll be using this written method to subtract to find the difference between amounts of money. You'll need a pencil, ruler, catch up book and activity sheet with the prices on, printed or use the open document. Hope you have enjoyed the Mario Kart maths theme this week - I think it would be good to have a go on this game at the weekend! Have fun doing maths work today year 3's!
Today you will be drafting your poem.
Make sure to use your plan from Wednesday as it is already done for you. All you are doing today is adding in description and making it amazing. If you want to write it up in best please do, I have a lovely 'urban' boarder for you to write on. If you don't have a printer but would like to write up in best bring it into school and then it can go up on our display.
Break down a goal into a number of steps and know how others could help me to achieve it. Continuing our creative project to design a garden for people who have challenges in their lives. We are developing our garden plans from last week to include prices and decide on all the features we want to include. You'll need a pencil, ruler, squared paper (activity sheet, if you wish to) for your price plan and catch-up book. It's time to use our super plans, think of the needs of others and work towards our goals. My apologies for the Ludlow dogs barking at the postman and my mad Viking hair (World Book Day sessions) in the video. Have fun in your final lockdown topic lesson 2021, the last of Mrs Lud's videos from home - hurrah!
Subtract money using cash; notes and coins. You'll need some coins to work with in this lesson, or you can use the paper printed ones on the bottom of the activity sheet today, or draw/make your own. You'll need a copy of the activity sheet or you can work from the open document. You can record your answers in your catch up book or get someone to check that your work using cash is correct today. Build up your counting on skills using cash and working out money left after spending; we're learning skills for life here, have fun!
Today you will be planning your poem.
You will need a thesaurus (either book or website) for this lesson.
This lesson is all about the skeleton of your poem before you add all the extras on Friday. Your plan should have 4 stanzas, for each stanza you should have; one verb (personification for the city), at least 3/4 synonyms for the verb and at least 3/4 objects or buildings. Enjoy, Miss B!
Identify ways that London has changed over time. You'll need scissors, glue, catch-up book and a copy of the activity and resource sheets for this lesson (There is a Cool version). Alternatively you can work from and use the open documents. We are learning how London became London using the fascinating history of our capital city and related human geography. It's time to check out the invasions, fire, plague, bombing raids, architecture, suburbs, shipping and finance trade plus the Prime Meridian. My apologies for covering some of the text with my video camera box. Jump on board for our lesson about London today!
Add money using ‘make a pound’ strategy. We are looking at adding money where the pence exceeds 100p; so we 'make a pound'. Examples of using coins, bar models and the expanded method are shown today, lots of opportunities to practise maths skills here. You'll need a pencil, ruler and catch up book, with a copy of the activity sheet or the document open to work from. Enjoy the Mario themed maths today; have fun!
Today we will be looking at personification in more detail. You will need to have the pictures for this lesson either printed out or on the screen once you have watched the video. You will be writing descriptive sentences that include personification. Enjoy the video and song, Miss B!
PE Dance 02.03. Learn Street Dance Style and Range of Movements.
For PE this week there are 2 links below for different dances ably demonstrated on YouTube. Watch, join in and learn some of the street style movements, particularly on the Just Dance video. Raise your heartbeats and have some fun!
Skill: Add money with part-whole model. Today we are using part-whole models to partition amounts of money as a strategy for addition. You'll need a pencil and ruler, catch-up book and a print of the activity sheet or use the open document/pause the video for the questions at the end. Have fun with Mario and his buddies today!
Today you will be looking at a free verse poem called 'Last Night, I Saw the City Breathing'
It is a fantastic poem with loads of literary techniques. You will then need to identify the features of this poem. If you can print out the poem and identify them using different colours if not just write them down. Enjoy, Miss B.
Today's lesson is all about the push and pull force. You will need a blank piece of paper and the activity sheet either in front of you in paper form or electronically. This lesson is the start of our new science topic forces so we will be looking at more types of forces throughout this term. Exciting! Enjoy, Miss B.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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