Hello to the children who are continuing to self-isolate. I hope you are all well and are being good for your parents.
Here is the work I would like you to do this week. Remember to stay in touch on the blog.
I would love to see some of your work too.
See you Soon
Oaks academy –Continue with The Eagle Who Thought He Was A Chicken: characters and problems
Lesson 4 - To use the progressive form of verbs
Lesson 5 – To make predictions
Lesson 6 - To explore a character's thoughts and feelings
Lesson 7 – To explore how writers make problems that matter
Lesson 8 - To write a problem of the story (Part 1)
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White Rose Maths –continue to FOLLOW WEEK 6 Maths schedule with lessons 4 and 5 and then complete lesson 1 – 3 of week 7
Addition and subtraction
Lesson 4 – Add and subtract tens
Lesson 5 – Add by making 10
Lesson 1 – Add a 2-digit and 1-digit number - crossing 10
Lesson 2 – Add a 2-digit and 1-digit number - crossing 10 – Activity
Lesson 3 - Subtraction crossing 10
In Come and See we have been learning about preparing Christmas. This week’s lesson we will be leaning how Mary and Joseph prepare for the birth of their baby.
Mary and Joseph would have discussed the preparation for the birth of their baby at their own home. However, the Roman Emperor ordered everyone to return to the place where the father of the family came from. Joseph came from Bethlehem, this meant that Mary and Joseph had to journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem. They would have joined others who were also walking there.
SOME KEY QUESTIONS
Q What preparations might Mary and Joseph make at home in Nazareth for the birth of the baby?
Q Why did the Roman Emperor want everyone to return to the place their family came from?
Q How would Mary and Joseph have felt when they realised they had to make a long journey?
Q How could Mary and Joseph lovingly prepare the stable for the baby’s arrival?
Q How did Mary dress the baby?
Read every day using your school books, logging into Bug Club or reading your own books. Complete one reading journal activity
Play games on Education city. Choose your own subjects
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