Remote learning 14th December 2020

This weeks' learning:

Watch the videos, then have a go at the worksheets in the files to download. 
Day 1: The 3 times-table
Day 2: Multiply by 4
Day 3: Divide by 4
Day 4: The 4 times-table
Day 5: Multiply by 8

History/ Writing
Over the past few weeks, we have been learning about The Romans. Look back over the links and uploads on the website to remind yourself of what you have been learning. This week I would like you to write another information text about the Romans. In an information text you need to include a main title, facts, sub headings, diagrams with labels and captions about these pictures/diagrams. 
I would like you to write a paragraph about each of the following:
1. What is an Empire?
2. How was Rome created?
3. How did the Romans expand their empire?
4. Roman soldiers
5. Julius Caesar
6.  Boudicca

Try your best with your writing, put as much information as you can under these sub headings. Don't forget to try your best with your spellings and punctuation too. 

Then find out more about how the Romans changed Britain, by visiting the Oak national academy lesson HERE

Each day, read your books on Bug Club. Don't forget to answer the questions where you see the bug.
Then have a go at one of the uploaded comprehensions (choose a 1 star, 2 star or 3 star level). If you are learning your phonics in class, choose one of the phonic comprehensions to help consolidate your learning. 

We are revisiting using inverted commas to punctuate direct speech. Use the helpsheets and the video I made to help you.
1. Have a go at all the activities in the booklet uploaded. Record your work on paper.
2. Have a conversation with someone at home. Then write down your conversation. Use inverted commas to punctuate your sentences and see if you can use alternative words for 'said'. Don't forget to start a new line, every time someone new speaks. 


Using the food cards, can you sort them out into the correct food groups. You can also use these cards to match the pairs. Turn the cards over, mix them around and see if you can match the cards into the correct food groups. Also, on the eatwell game, can you lable the food groups using the correct spelling?


There is a powerpoint including information regarding mosaics, look throught the powerpoint and look at the different examples at the end. Then, use the colouring sheets to create you own Roman mosaic.


If you need to, have a go at the phonics activities to help with your reading.

Files to Download

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