Can you define the words below using YOUR OWN WORDS. You can use the book and dictionary to help, but you won’t be learning if you copy and paste! Tip – be careful with the word ‘effort’ – make sure your definition is about forces. Don’t forget to do the quiz!
Good afternoon everyone, we hope that you have had a good morning.
Here are the activities for this afternoon:
Please choose one of the two options for your cooking activity.
Option 1: St Andrew’s Day shortbread recipe.
Yesterday was St Andrew’s day. Watch the video to learn more about St Andrew’s day, and follow a delicious recipe to bake shortbread.
Option 2: Kitchen safety.
Today we are going to look at hazards in the kitchen.
Job 1: Watch this short YouTube video and count how many hazards you can identify.
Job 2: Draw a poster that shows people how to stay safe in a kitchen. You could include:
Avoiding slipping or tripping in the kitchen
How to hold equipment safely
Safety equipment that should be used in a kitchen
Please take a picture of your poster and email it to the SSCgroup.
This week, we are recapping what we know about the world’s continents. In the SSC we love learning about animals and know lots of different animal facts. There are many types of animals and species around the world, but which animals live in the different continents?
Can you research one of the seven continents and find an animal that lives there?
Find at least one photo of the animal and a picture of the continent it is from. Challenge: Can you write facts to describe the animal or its habitat?
We can’t wait to see what exciting animals you discover!
Today each group will have different jobs to complete. Both groups will need to include all of the English non negotiables in their writing.
For our Big Write we will be writing a first person description of a journey through a park using a three part structure. Yesterday, you found a picture for each part of the big write to help you plan your description.
Today, you will begin your big write by writing the first paragraph of your park description. Watch the video below and read the WAGOLL example of a park description.
Expanded Noun Phrase
Big Write Task Plan
Use the WAGOLL example and your big write task plan to write your first paragraph of a park description. The first paragraph needs to describe a park’s entrance from your point of view; use I to share what you see, hear and think on your journey through the park.
Activity Room Group
This week we are planning our Big Write linked to our class book ‘Voices in the Park’. For our Big Write we will be writing a description of a journey through a park.
Job 1: Journey through a park.
Think about what it is like in a park. What do you see when entering a park? What do you hear on a park’s playground? What is it like when you are leaving a park?
Can you explore two famous parks?
Follow the link to take a virtual tour of New York’s Central Park. The tour comes with an audio description, you can mute this by pressing the speaker on the right of the screen.
List two things that you can see in each park. List one thing that you might hear in each park. Complete the table below.
Job 2: Park description.
Today, we are going to begin writing our big write. We need to create a description of a park. Watch the video and listen to the WAGOLL park description. Think about what you need to include in your big write.
I have completed the beginning section, entering the park, as an example.
Write at least five adjectives for the middle and end picture.
Challenge Can you write a sentence that ends in an exclamation mark for the middle picture? Can you write a question sentence to describe the end picture?
Please watch the video below. If there are any questions on this, please email Miss Allely on the SSC Group email address and she will go through it with you on the phone.
Today the children in 3KT have been taking part in lots of Stone Age activities. They found prehistoric creatures, made some Stone Age tools and creatred a cave art picture. We had a fantastic morning!
This week is assessment week, so the children are working hard doing English, Maths and SPAG tests. We know it may be hard to complete art activities at home. However, we thought it might be nice to give the children the chance to create some autumn inspired art. You can use materials from around the house like cotton buds, or leaves from your garden. Decorate them with paint or felt tips. Here are some examples: