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Wednesday 24th June

Welcome to Wonderful Wednesday 3/4K!

Did you make a worry doll yesterday? Email a photo if you have.

                Suggested timetable for today:

Maths: 30 minutes

English: 30 minutes

       Break

Reading: 20 minutes:

Science: 30 minutes

Spelling: 15 minutes

Naming and describing 3D shapes

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Now name these shapes and describe their faces. Make sure you use choose the correct mathematical words from the slide.

Now name these shapes and describe their faces. Make sure you use choose the correct mathematical words from the slide. 1
Now name these shapes and describe their faces. Make sure you use choose the correct mathematical words from the slide. 2

Now check your answers. Did you use the correct mathematical vocabulary?

Now check your answers. Did you use the correct mathematical vocabulary? 1

English:

Today we are going to compare the stories by Anthony Browne that we listened to on Monday and Tuesday.

Go back to these days and listen to each of them again and then read the talking points to compare           The Night Shimmy and Silly Billy stories.

 

Think carefully about your answers.

  •  Write out your answers in your books (you don't need to copy out the questions).
  •  Give your answers as full, punctuated sentences in your best handwriting.

Remember to answer these in full sentences.

Remember to answer these in full sentences. 1

Both Eric and Billy have things that worry or upset them at bedtime. Eric has horrible lizard dreams while Billy worries about all sorts of quite scary things happening to him.


What advice would you give to someone who was worried about settling down in bed at night?
Read the suggestions below. You might also have some really good ideas of your own that are not on the list.

  •  have a special toy or teddy with you
  • leave the bedroom door open
  • leave a light on
  • tell your family about anything that is bothering you
  • read a cheerful, happy story
  • use worry dolls
  • use a dream catcher
Pick the three best ideas of your own or from the list and write your advice about how each of them could help someone who was worried.
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Science : How sounds are made

 

Sounds are made when objects vibrate. The vibration makes the air around the object vibrate and the air vibrations enter your ear. You hear them as sounds. You cannot always see the vibrations, but if something is making a sound, some part of it is always vibrating.

 

All about vibrations

All about vibrations 1
All about vibrations 2
All about vibrations 3

The Science of the String Phone! - #sciencegoals

Now make a string telephone.Can you explain how it works? Have fun!

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