Today we will practice spelling the 'or' sound with the 'or' and 'au' spellings and the 's' sound with the 'c' spelling. We will then apply our skills to edit a piece of writing.
In this lesson, we will continue our work with bar models to develop our division skills.
Today we will conclude our PE for this term by evaluating our own circuits. We will have a go at over circuits before deciding on two things we are proud of and one thing we would like to do differently if we were to do the task again.
In this lesson, we will use all of the information we have gathered this week to write our biography about, astronaut, Tim Peake.
Today we will begin to use bar models to solve division problems.
In our History lesson today, we will explore the history of flight and create a timeline of some key events.
In this lesson we will finish preparing for our extended write by planning our biography about Tim Peake.
Today we will move onto division with a practical lesson. We will practice grouping and sharing objects to answer division questions.
Today we will conclude our Music lessons for this term with a performance and evaluation of our composition.
Today we will learn about key events in the life of British astronaut, Tim Peake. We will use colours to organise facts into their relevant sub-heading.
Today we will explore a new method to answer multiplication word problems - drawing pictures.
Today we will continue our space theme and explore beauty amongst the stars to draw our own constellations.
Today we will be exploring the features of a biography that we will use later this week in our biography about Tim Peake.
Today we will be counting in 2s, 5s and 10s and recalling facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
Today we will be exploring the properties of materials and we will be writing a letter to our new alien friend comparing the suitability of a range of materials.
Today you are going to learn about the suffix -ed and use this knowledge to edit your newspaper report about Jessica Ennis- Hill.
Today you will be writing multiplication number sentences and repeated addition number sentences for given arrays.
Today in PE you are going to create a routine of movements that require jumping.
Today we will be writing a newspaper report all about Jessica Ennis- Hill and her gold medal win at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Today we learn that multiplication is commutative and use arrays to explore this.
Today you will be creating your own mini Olympic Games and designing a new sport.
Today we are going to be planning our newspaper report about Jessica Ennis-Hill and her gold medal win.
Today we are going to learn how to draw arrays to solve multiplication number sentences.
Today we are going to learn how to use body percussion to create our own piece of music.
Today we are going to be learning about Jessica Ennis-Hill and the heptathlon events. You will re-enact the events. You will then draw a picture of Jessica c...
Today we learn how to make arrays to solve multiplication number sentences.
Today we are going to be looking at the work of Keith Haring and create art using lines to show movement.
Today we will look at the features of a newspaper report, to prepare us to write our own newspaper report later in the week.
Today we will develop our learning from repeated addition to look at it's relationship with the multiplication symbol.
In this lesson we will compare results to our predictions after investigating the best bubble!
Today we will complete our work with Tigger by writing a character description using a range of descriptive vocabulary.
Today we will continue to work with equal groups through repeated addition.
This afternoon we will start to identify movements that require jumping.
Today we will use a range of senses to gather vocabulary about a character.
Today we will use addition and redistribution to create equal groups.
This afternoon we will explore the similarities and differences between the ancient Olympics and the modern Olympics.
Today we will identify features of a character description which we can use to write our own description later in the week!
Today we will explore equal and unequal groups.
This afternoon we will look at sheet music and begin to read music, as well as create sounds using body percussion.
Continuing with out concept, shape, today we will identify and record properties of 3D shapes by finding their faces, edges and vertices.
Today we will continue with our extended write and write the middle of our narratives.
The Gingerbread Man needs our help! He needs a disguise so that he doesn't get eaten by Father Christmas. Can you help him?
In Maths today, we will use our fine motor skills to cut shapes from paper and fold them to find their lines of symmetry.
Today, we will use the plans we have worked to create this week and start to write our narrative. We will only write the beginning of our story today and co...
In today's lesson we will discuss a variety of ways to film our Christmas stories, along with the importance of rehearsal.
In today's Maths lesson we will complete a table of properties for 2D shapes.
In this English lesson, we will conclude our planning for our narrative and create a plan for an alternative ending to the traditional tale, Hansel and Gretel.
In Computing, we will recap what we learnt earlier this term about stop-motion films and create a storyline for our own Christmas films.
Today, we will have a practical lesson to start off our new concept, shape. We will recap what we already know and use this information to find objects that ...
Today, we will start to plan our narrative inspired by Hansel and Gretel. We will plan the beginning and the middle of our narrative.
Continuing our work in Geography, today we will explore how food gets to our plates. We will identify ways to decrease food miles and create a poster to rais...
Today we will conclude our work with money by using subtraction to find change.
Today we will design our own gingerbread house for our story Hansel and Gretel.
In this lesson we start to explore the different types of food that are produced around the world and learn about why they are different.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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