Good morning Ganymede,
It was great to see more faces on our zoom call yesterday and to hear all about your learning. Keep up the great work.
Let's get started.
Before you start your learning today make sure you sign the remote learning register by clicking here.
Below is your timetable for the day.
Let's start the day with some brain exercises - How many challenges can you complete today?
This week I have set up a battle between Ganymede and Teachers. Let the battle begin!
Write a new title in your Home Learning Journal to separate your learning tasks.
Click on the link below for the video:
Read the phonics story below 3 times. Can you find all the words that have the /er/ spelling in them?
Remember all the ways to spell the /er/ sound: er, ur, ar, or, or, our
You can listen to the next few pages being read here and follow along with the pages.
Once you have read the pages answer the questions in your Home Learning Journal:
Today is Safer Internet Day. Watch the video below and answer the questions as you watch. It might be good idea to have an adult or an older sibling with you to talk with about the issues raised in the video.
Have a go at this quiz after you have watched the video.
New section with the title of 'Science' and the LO written please.
WALT: 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, a variety of punctuation such as commas, question marks, apostrophe and exclamation marks.
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.
2. Paragraph 1
3. Paragraph 2
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.