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Thursday 21st January

GOOD MORNING CALLISTO CLASS!

 

It's Thursday 21st January 2021. Almost there Callisto class, only 2 days until the weekend. Keep going, you are doing really well. Sign in to the online register to let us know you are here and also how you are feeling today.

Today's menu is as follows.

 

Early morning tasks

PE task

Spellings

Math's (including times tables and fluent in 5)

Reading

Writing

Science.

 

Don't forget to also keep going with your TT rockstars so that you can become super speedy with your times tables recall. Please put today's date at the top of a new page, then after each piece of work, rule off to start a new section with the subject title and the LO written. Keep sending your work in for us to have a look at. callisto@studleygreen.wilts.sch.uk

 

Keep safe.

Mrs Maggs and Mrs Inman

EARLY MORNING TASKS

Wake up your brains, ready for today's learning. 

 

PE - get yourselves moving. Healthy body - healthy mind!

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SPELLINGS

 

tunnel

squirrel

capital

parachute

chalet

brochure

 

Today, you are going to make spelling puzzles. The idea is, that you write one of your spelling words out, but it up letter by letter and challenge yourself to put it back together. If you can get someone else to write it out for you, so you are just putting it back together, that would be even better. Below, is a simple example of this, for you to have a look at. 

Maths

 

Start with your Times table booklet and then 10 minutes of TTRockstars - I will be looking tonight to see our top 3 players in the last week!

 

 

Then fluent in 5

 

Today we are going to look at the next step, multiplying 4 digits by 2 digits. Watch the video here and then complete these questions.

Here are the worked examples:

  

 

Now have a go at these questions. Remember to send your workings out to us so we can celebrate (and help if you are stuck)

Reading 

 

Read Chapter 5 of our Story (these copies have been sent home to all children - It is really tricky reading from a screen, I know!) 

 

Then answer the following questions from the VOCABULARY, INFERENCE and RETRIEVE (you obviously can do more if you like!)

 

 

 

ENGLISH - New section with the title of 'English' and LO written please.

 

LO: I am learning to write the problem of a story by using innovation. 

 

Today is the last part of our problem writing. This is the part that we know the best as we have been looking at it and learning it for the past two weeks. This should therefore, be the easiest part to change. 

 

Again, underneath is the section that I will be expecting you to write and change. This is taken exactly from the text 'the game.' Then underneath that, is the model text. This is the innovation text. The bit that I have changed to make it my own and follow on from the story I have written so far. Finish yours off now by innovating the last given section. 

 

 

Innovation text

 

SCIENCE - New section with the title of 'Science' and the LO written please.

 

LO: To be able to organise my knowledge on space into paragraphs. 

 

Today, you will be writing the first part of your essay. I want you to try your very best with these and make sure that you are writing in full sentences, connecting your ideas properly, using conjunctions, clauses and a fab use of punctuation such as commas, brackets and dashes. This is a great way of applying all of the work we have done on brackets, dashes and semi colons. 

 

In order that we can really put our all into the essay, we are going to split it up over two lessons. Today, you will be writing the first 3 paragraphs.

 

1. The shape and size of the Earth, Sun and Moon.

2. What causes day and night?

3. Exploring seasons. 

 

Remember how we organise our essays under subheadings, and use all of the notes that we have on our essay plan, to turn into sentences. You will need your plan out which you completed last lesson to help you. 

 

I can't wait to see your essays. Remember this shows me how much you have learnt over the topic. 

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