Remember to complete your Spelling Test today!
For Maths today, you are going to complete a big maths paper - YAY. The children are used to doing these and normally complete these independently (so treat yourself to a cuppa).
You will see there are 2 different 'Stages'. Please select the stage that you feel is appropriate for your child.
Stage 2 is year 2 level and stage 3 is year 3 level.
There will be some questions on there that we haven't covered, but if they can give them a go, then go for it. The children can answer the questions in which ever order they like.
If you have not got a printer - select a few questions for the children and display on the screen and get them to answer on a piece of paper- do not feel like you have to write out the question or feel like you need to replicate the sheet.
Sometimes if the children finish whilst the others are still working, they write us adults a question - be prepared!!!
I understand what I have read.
I can contribute my own opinion and reasons why.
Today we are going to read the last part of the book about David Bowie, What’s next. Remember to take the quiz at the end!
Listen to ‘Let’s dance’ by David Bowie
What do you think?
Now you have read about all the musicians in the book, which musician do you think was the biggest game changer? Use the book to help you fill out the information on the sheet.
Write a new section for the book based on a favourite musician of your own who is not already covered. Remember to use some of the recurring features in the book, such as ‘Sounds amazing!’ boxes, ‘Top Tracks’, etc. You will need to explain why your chosen musician is a game changer and write this using paragraphs.
With children being on the internet and screen a little bit more now, we think it is very important to remind children about how to be safe online. We had a little circle time yesterday in class about staying safe and what to do if someone asks for personal information or wants to meet up. We talked about how to not keep secrets and be honest with our adults at home and in school.
Please share the picture below of how to be ‘SMART’ online: