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Claremont Primary and Nursery School

A Brighter Future for Everyone

Thursday 4th Feb

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Morning Maths

When you have completed the questions, try to upload them onto your Dojo account so I can see how well you have done.

Also, look out for the answers this afternoon on Class Story.

English

Narrative - Lesson 9

Click on the image below to access the Oak National Academy lesson:

"Writing a Narrative Build Up"

Use your exercise books from your Home Study Packs to record any work you do.

 

Let us know how you get on.

Maths

Warm Up.

Log in to times Table Rock Stars by clicking on the icon below.

1.Spend 10 minutes playing on garage to move further along your training programme.

2.Spend 5 minutes on Studio to increase your studio speed.

3. Go to ROCKSLAM and challenge a friend.

Main session

Click above to go straight to the homepage.

1. Play for approx 15 minutes on STORY - making sure you get past the Iron Stage.

In story,the emphasis is on understanding

2. Challenge yourself.

Click on the CHALLENGE icon and have a go for  approx. 10 minutes.

Have fun.

The emphasis is on speed and recall of key number bonds.

Click here to re-watch a video explaining exactly how NUMBOTS works.

 

If for any reason you run in to difficulties with NUMBOTS, just continue playing TTRS.

 

Please let us know of any technical issues on

 

Reading

Read your reading book for 15 minutes.

Think about what you are reading.

If you come across a difficult word, try to work out what it means by:

  • thinking about the whole sentence
  • is it a noun, verb, adjective or adverb?
  • do the pictures on the page help?
  • think about what the characters in the book might be saying to each other

Ask someone to listen to you read if they have time. Ask them to ask you questions about the book. This will help you to understand it better.

 

Use Dojo to tell us what you're reading. What do you like about it? 

Science

This lesson may take you a couple of days,so use tomorrow to complete the activity.

Build a model habitat.

Today, I would like you to create a simple model of an animal habitat of your choice.

You can do this inside a box, such as a cereal box, or shoe box. Here are some examples of models completed by other children.

 

Use the internet to research your ideas and think carefully about where the animal lives, what it will eat and the conditions it will need for reproduction.

 

Here are some lovely video links that may help you with the activity.Click on each link to watch the video.

Animals that live on cold mountains

 

Where do different owls live?

 

Water Vole Habitats

 

Woodland, pond and ditch habitats

If you are unable to make a model, don't worry, just choose an animal of your choice and draw a labelled picture of your habitat. 

Remember to colour it in and make it look gorgeous.

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