|This week we will continue awarding dojos for super work sent in to the class email: email@example.com|
This week's spellings are shown below. Make sure you practise them regularly throughout the week and ask a grown-up to test you at the end of the week.
Challenge: Write each word in a sentence to show you understand their meaning.
Oak National Academy has teamed up with Place2Be and BAFTA Kids to create a free assembly for Children's Mental Health Week 2021, celebrating this year's theme of “Express Yourself”. The assembly will go live on Monday 1st Feb at 9am so families at home can engage. It features Blue Peter's Lindsey Russell and CBBC presenter Rhys Stephenson alongside some other special well-known faces that the children will recognise.
Follow the flip to find out about today's lesson. You will need your speech work from Thursday's lesson. Write today's work on direct speech in your work book.
If you are unable to print the sheet for today, write your work out in your work book. Try and draw your pictures on plain paper if you can. I have added my example of the comic strip and notes below.
*Follow the flip to find out about today's lesson. You will need your comic strip from yesterday's lesson. I have added an example of what might story might sound like when I put it all together*
*Follow the flip to find out about today's lesson. You will need to write your story in your work book.*
This week in Art, you will be designing a Roman Catapult.
English - Grammar
*Today you will be editing and improving your story that you wrote yesterday*
This week in handwriting, we are continuing to look at curly caterpillar letters (d, e, s, f):
For Music this term, we are following the Oak Academy Music lessons under 'Timbre' which explores the use of body percussion. The fourth lesson is: Developing body percussion (Part 2). Click the link below to begin the lesson: