Wednesday 3rd June
Good morning 3/4K,
Today in our maths lesson we are looking at lines of symmetry. Do you remember watching the Karate Kid? I've added the clip here to help you. In English we are thinking about what the characters from the song, 'The King of Rome' might be saying. In our science today we are looking at nutrition and what function different food groups have. Have fun! Remember I have added more chapters of Charlotte's Web in our reading for pleasure folder.
Sometimes we all need help to relax and feel calm. Today I would like you to sit quietly with a member of your family and click on the folder with the butterfly and follow the instructions on the recording to enjoy a few moments of calm together. You can choose to do this at any time of the day.
Suggested timetable for learning at home
Maths: 30 minutes
English: 30 minutes
Reading: 20 minutes
science: 30 minutes
Spelling: 15 minutes
Maths: mental warm-up
Write these measurements in metres and centimetres. Year 4s, write in decimal form
eg: 134cm = 1m 34cm = 1.34m
Can you find all the lines of symmetry in these shapes? Check your answers on the second slide (upside down, so no cheating!)
Now copy and complete these in your books and check with a mirror if you can.
- Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about direct speech and reporting clauses.
- Choose five of the Said Synonyms. Use them to write sentences with direct speech and reporting clauses.
- Look at Illustrations (pictures) from the King of Rome. Read the lyrics again from Monday's lesson.
- Imagine what the characters could be saying.
- Choose one of the illustrations and write a paragraph to tell this part of the story. Include direct speech in your paragraph.
Illustrations from the song, 'The King of Rome'
Today we are looking at nutrition which is the study of food and how it works in your body. Nutrition includes all the stuff that's in your food, such as vitamins, protein, fat, and more. It's important to eat a variety of foods, including fruits, vegetables, dairy products, and grains, so you have what you need to grow and be healthy.
We will be learning about;
- Whats foods make up a balanced, healthy plate.
- How plants obtain food.
- Which food groups are on your dinner plate.