Jaguars Class Home Learning Page

Hello Jaguars!

Reminder: Please make sure you are completing the work to the best of your ability - date and LO written neatly and underlined, and all activities completed in as much depth as possible. If the lesson should take an hour, then spend an hour completing it. Don't rush through it! 

For reading - The website Oxford Owl provides access to free e-books. Follow the link and you can sign up for free: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk. When you are in the site, go to the e-book section. The books are interactive and some have activities to do as well.

If you have any questions or want to send me something, email me at Jaguars@bozeat-school.net.

Home Learning Timetable.

Activities for week of 18/01/2021

Morning Starters (8:50-9:10)

Answer the questions on the slide for the correct day. The answers will be on the next slide.

YR3-WR-Multiplication-and-division-Week-3-ffswo4.pptx

YR4-Multiplication-Division-Set-3-3asfpw.pptx

There is also a kinetic letters handwriting sheet to help you practise your handwriting throughout the week:

Kinetic-Letters-Handwriting-Joining-Week-3.pdf

Writing (9:15-10:15 on Zoom)

Please note we now have French on Fridays 9:50-10:30 on Zoom. This means English will be a shorter session on a Friday.

We are continuing to look at how to write a recount. The lessons for all week are on this powerpoint:

English-PPT-Week-3..pptx

-- Break time --

Maths (10:45-11:45 on Zoom)

The lessons for all week are on this powerpoint:

Maths-PPT-Week-3.pptx

Extra time (11:45-12:15)

Use this time to read your book, or go on SpellingShed or TTRockstars. You could spend 10 minutes on each!

-- Lunch time --

Monday PM:

RE (13:00-14:00)

We are continuing our topic looking at Humanism.

Lesson-Presentation-Humanist-Thinkers.ppt

Humanist-Thinkers-Information-Sheets.pdf

Humanist-Thinkers-Sheet.pdf

Art / DT (14:30-15:30)

  • Stone Age themed: soap knapping - Using a lollypop stick or an outdoor stick (or a blunt butter knife with adult supervision), carve a bar of soap into a spearhead. Just like how the Stone Age people would carve flint! You can use this YouTube link to help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2F8E-DLPJew
  • Anything else creative – draw, paint, create something 3D
  • Cook or bake something

Tuesday PM:

Computing (13:00-14:00)

We will be using Scratch again! This term we are learning how to make colourful patterns. Use your device to go onto the Scratch website and follow along with the instructions on this sheet to have a go:

Computing-Worksheet-Scratch-Pattern-Drawing-Lesson-3.pdf

Scratch appears to have been updated since the worksheets were made. Therefore, these are some things to note:

  1. To acquire the green pen commands, you need to click the 'add code' button (it looks like some codes with a + symbol) at the bottom, and add the pen to your list of codes.
  2. The 'clear' code has been changed to 'erase all'.
  3. If you need to start over again completely, just refresh the page.
  4. When asking you to make a code (such as 'Square' or 'Curved Line'), go to the pink code (called My Blocks) and create it yourself.

PE (14:30-15:30)

Wednesday PM:

Science (13:00-14:00)

We are continuing our topic looking at Human Impact.

Human-Impact-PPT-Lesson-3.pptx

Lesson-3-Bar-chart-template.pdf

French (14:30-15:30)

Thursday PM:

History (13:00-14:00)

Our topic this term is the STONE AGE!

Stone-Age-PPT-Lesson-3.pptx

Music (14:30-15:30)

Friday PM:

PSHE (13:00-14:00)

For the next 5 weeks we will be following the Oak National Academy PSHE lessons on the topic 'Money Matters'.

Lesson 2: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/money-money-money-61gked

PE (14:30-15:30)

 

Have a fantastic week,

Mrs Griffin

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