Hello Year 3 and 4,
When you click on the stars below it will open your home learning timetable. Every day has a maths activity, an English activity, a time for you to read a book of your choice, a time for you to use spellzone and a creative curriculum task.
You will need to watch the video and pause it when it tells you, there are questions in the video to have a go at, then answer the questions on the sheet, there are two sheets, everyone should have a go at sheet 1, if you find that really easy then move to sheet 2 and do the last half of the sheet as a challenge. Once you have completed the maths sheet you should then mark it using the answers. I expect that the maths activity should take approximately an hour.
You need to watch the video and pause it to do the activities. Again I expect this will take you approximately an hour.
Creative Curriculum task
These can be a but different, sometimes there might be a video to watch and some questions to answer, sometimes there might be another challenge as well. Again I would like you to spend an hour working on this.
You should have your spellzone log in, if you don't get in touch with the school office or your teacher and they will send it to you. Spend about 15 minutes on spellzone
You need to choose a book on the Bug Club website and read it and do the quizzes. I expect that you jump on this every day, you have been sent your log in details and the school code is xtl9. Happy reading!
Your teacher will be on TEAMS every day, they will send a link for the TEAMS meeting to your email address, they are there to answer your questions and help you out just like when we are at school. TEAMS meetings start at 9:30 a.m. every day, but you can join later if you need to. You can also email your class teacher to ask them for help. The email addresses are below.
Base 3 - email@example.com
Base 7 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Base 10 - email@example.com
Help I'm finished!
If you get finished and need another activity remember we have Times Tables Rockstars.
You could also try logging on and watching the CBBC iplayer, they have put some really interesting
learning programmes on.
Or try the websites below