I hope you are excited to do your Home Learning and ready to start our new term.
Today you will have 5 tasks to do:
4. PE - I have attached an exercise video below
5. Times table Rockstars (TTRS)
When you have completed the 5 tasks, I would like you to email me your work to firstname.lastname@example.org and also post on the blog to say hello!
I look forward to hearing from you!
Love Mrs Sethi
LO: To complete a Comprehension.
Attached below is an email from Robyn to her family. Read it carefully and then I would like you to answer the INFERENCE questions. You do not need to answer the VIPERS ones too… just the inference. Good luck!
For today's Maths lesson, you will need to watch the video below. Each time it asks you to look at a question, pause the video and work them out in your Homework book. Once you have watched all of the video, I would then like you to complete the worksheet attached below. you can either print it out and do it on the sheet, or do it in your homework book. If you struggle with your 4s or 8s, write them out into your homework book first to help.
LO: To explore why the Shepherds visited baby Jesus.
As you know Year 3, Jesus had many visitors when he was born in the stable. Can you think who came to see him?
I bet you can remember lots.
Some of the visitors were shepherds who had heard about Jesus’ birth from the Angels. Shepherds were very poor people and therefore they represent the fact that Jesus came for everybody, not just the rich people. I have put a picture below for you to look at.
On the sheet attached below, I want you to write in the speech bubbles what the shepherds would have been thinking when they first went to visit Jesus
Kids need to exercise everyday if they want to be healthy, strong and get rid of unwanted weight.Today's workout is Day 1 of our Daily Exercise for kids and ...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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