Good Morning Oberon Class
I am looking forward to reading your rainforest essays so remember to send me a photo of your finished essay - just take a picture using your phone and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org (ask an adult to help you if you're not sure what to do).
You could also send your French writing from Monday, your text map from this week's English lessons or even a photo of you doing your workout in PE.
A big well done to Nicole - the first member of Oberon to complete our rainforest quiz and score an impressive 60%!
Follow the link to show what you have learnt about the rainforest: https://forms.gle/XCYmTht2iKLfAUtq9
Most of you are at home learning today so I should see your name on today's daily register. Remember to comment on any act of kindness you have demonstrated to others or that others have shown you.
Take a look at today's timetable, pick up your home learning pack and off you go.
Time to get thinking - try these morning challenges to start your day.
Did you know it is Children's Mental Health Awareness Week? Join in with Caroline the Dance Lady and learn how to use dance to make you brain work: https://youtu.be/jCbTbnFbiB8
Once you have given you brain a workout try today's PE lesson.
In today's lesson we will be continuing to build points in our Times Table Rockstars battle with Ganymede - the score is currently Oberon - 300 vs Ganymede 179 so every point matters!
Mrs Inman has issued us another challenge and has set a 3 way battle between Oberon, Callisto and Titan - I wonder who will win? You have until Tuesday 9th of February to take part.
There are 3 assignments linked to multiplying and dividing decimals for you to try on the Deepening Understanding site - so log in using the details in your home learning pack and show what you know.
Use the following links to access the online sites:
Remember to log in to Get epic and show you are keeping up with the expectation to read independently at least 4 times a week. It is really easy to do and I have set you an assignment that will help you find out more about Charles Darwin - one of the significant scientists linked to our new creative curriculum topic.
Take part in 'The Greatest Showman' using body percussion. Follow the link below to the clip and follow the on screen instructions.