Good Morning Oberon Class - welcome to the learning for Tuesday.
Hopefully you found time to watch this week's assembly linked to our school value of Kindness - when you sign in on the daily register share a small act of kindness that you have shown to someone or that somebody has shown to you.
We have reached the end of our Geography unit 'How important is the Amazon Rainforest to me?'. So below you will find the link to our end of unit quiz - have a go and see how much you have learnt.
End of Unit geography Quiz - https://forms.gle/UZnYxyZJn4UKKgLu8
Last week you wrote your essays and we would love to read them and show them in this week's learning celebration slides, so please take a photo of your writing and send it to us: email@example.com
If you are not sure how to do this there are instructions on our school newsletter.
Now get your learning pack ready and look at our timetable for today.
Get going this morning with some activities to get you thinking.
Today we will taking another look at dividing decimals to make sure we all have a method we can use confidently when problem solving. Our live lesson will begin at 9.15 and you can join us by following the link below:
In class yesterday we began looking at our new model text and we will be finishing our text maps as part of today's learning. Remember you can see the text on yesterday's slides if you need to finish yours at home.
Our live lesson will begin at 11.15 am and you can join us form home by following the link below:
You can listen to our model text again here:
Have a go at today's PE lesson from In2Sports you can access the clips by following these links:
Review of previous learning on skipping skills:
Try and develop some new skills using this link:
We will be recording today's reading session as our next chapter is quite long, we will post the recording here later today.
We continue our RE topic today - Is anything ever eternal?
Use the following links as you work through today's tasks:
Challenge: Can you make your own poster of the 10 commandments?