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Monday 27th April 2020

Good morning Titan class!!!

PE

Start the day with Joe Wicks!

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBtWi7RnRLz6qHgOqWiB_LrH

 

Maths

Start with 10 minutes of TTRockstars. Come on Titan, we need to get our numbers up!!!

Now look at Chapter 6, lesson 10 and complete worksheet 10 on pages 174-175

 

Spellings:

This weeks spellings are:

centre

century

certain

circle

complete

consider

Practice writing these words THREE times and then use into a sentence.

 

http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/spookySpellings/index.html has some spelling games for the Year 3 and 4 words that are good fun

 

English

Question time!

Where do you think the mirror has come from?

Who does it belong to?

Why has Anna not noticed it before?

What will happen now that Anna has touched the mirror?

What are attics used for?

Do you have an attic? Is there anything interesting up there?

 

Perfect picture!

Can you draw a picture of what might happen now that Anna has touched the mirror?

 

Reading:

What is the last book you read? 

What was the theme of the book?

Was it fiction or non-fiction?

What made it a great book to read?

Would you recommend this book to a friend? To me?!

What audience do you think the author was writing this for?

 

Write a persuasive book review, think about the questions above as your are writing.

 

Art:

Create some 'ground art'; look at some examples below:

  

Use materials you can find in your garden, like leaves, flowers stones etc. If you leave it in your garden you'll be able to see how long it will stay there or what gets blown away in the wind. 

If you don't have a garden, try using materials you can find in your house to create these pieces of artwork; these material could be: rice, pasta, pens, pencils, pieces of torn paper etc.

 

Please take photographs of your amazing artwork and get a grown-up to email them to titan@studleygreen.wilts.sch.uk. I look forward to seeing them!

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