Wednesday 6th May
Please go to:
Go to Summer Term Week 1 (w/c 20th April) – Lesson 3 Compare Fractions and watch the video.
While you are watching the video, it might tell you to pause it at certain points and complete some questions. Please take a look at the question sheet I have attached below called ‘Compare Fractions’. Once you have finished the questions, you can check your answers using the answer sheet. If you are struggling while you are doing the worksheet, take another look at the video. If you’re really not sure, you could miss a question out and go back to it at the end. Don’t worry if you are finding some questions difficult, just try your best with it!
You might want to use a Fraction Wall again to help you with this work.
If you don’t know which book you are reading, please look back at the page Week 3 Wednesday 22nd April.
Please read the following pages first on Oxford Owl and then complete the questions attached below.
Paris Adventure – Read to page 19.
Nelly the Monster Sitter – Read to page 35.
Dick Whittington – Read to page 46.
Jellyfish Shoes – Read to page 25.
The Personality Potion – Read to page 45.
Spelling / Handwriting
Keep practising your spellings ready for later in the week! Please also spend a bit of time practising your handwriting either onto handwriting paper or in your morning book. You could practise some of the Year 3 / 4 spellings. Remember to join your letters.
As Friday is a bank holiday, I won’t be adding work on this day. However, I’ve added a bit of topic for you to look at today about Greek gods and goddesses.
First please read through the document ‘Gods and Goddesses Information’. I would like you to make your own Top Trumps cards for the different gods and goddesses. We have made these cards before when we learnt about Stone Age tools and weapons and when we learnt about different rivers.
I have included a template which you could print off or you could draw your own. At the top, you could write the name of the god or goddess and then draw a picture of them below. You can write what they are the god/goddess of and write a few interesting facts about them and then in the box at the side, you could give them a rating.
I have also added a document called ‘Ancient Greek Gods Stories’ which you might also want to read through.