Following on from our World Book Day celebrations yesterday, today we will review our favourite book!
Today we will conclude our reasoning week by putting all of the skills we have practiced onto paper!
For our final lesson of the week we will get our groove on to choreograph our own dance routines using the work we completed last week!
For our English lesson today, we will complete our diary entry as the spider from our book.
Today we will begin to transfer our verbal reasoning skills to written reasoning.
In this lesson, we will create and perform our own rhymes using the expression we practiced last week!
Today we will start our diary entry as the spider from Arghh Spider!
To continue our reasoning week, we will develop our verbal reasoning using RUCSAC to solve addition and subtraction problems.
Gather your recycling ready for some junk modelling! In today's lesson we will get crafty building our own minibeast.
Today we will continue our work with "Arghh Spider!" to create a plan for our extended write.
Today we will begin to understand what reasoning skills are before we develop our skills in this concept throughout the week.
Let's explore lifecycles! Get your artistic hats on as you create a diagram of the lifecycle of an animal.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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