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Active Start

How are you going to get active this morning?

Here is the link to Cosmic Kids yoga if you fancy trying some of this.

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

Maths

Can I divide 2-digits by 1 digit?

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Independent Work:

You do not need to print the worksheet. Record your written work in the exercise book provided.

 

Questions 1-6 for all pupils.

Questions 7 and 8 are GREATER DEPTH/CHALLENGE QUESTIONS.

There is also an optional True or False Question - you must explain your reasoning.

French

 

Unfortunately, the LIVE lesson is postponed until next Thursday.  Looking forward to seeing you all next time to learn the names of some pets in French. You can still download the vocabulary sheet today and have a look at some of the new words ready for next time.

E.B.L

Today, we are beginning a brand new topic all about 'What makes the Earth angry?'

 

Please join in our LIVE LESSON on TEAMS. In our 'brilliant beginning' we will watch a short video clip from YouTube to kick off this fascinating Geography Topic! 

 

PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO CLIP BEFORE THE LESSON

 

Click the link below to watch:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Be7o6BYVOzA

 

*You will need 2 pieces of paper to model the Earth's tectonic plates when we share our Power point*

Independent Work: 

 

1. Correctly order the stages in the life of a volcano and copy these neatly into your exercise book. Give your work a date and a title - 'How a volcano is formed?'

 

2. Label the diagram showing inside a volcano.

 

3. Find out what the terms 'dormant, active and extinct' mean when they describe volcanoes. Write a sentence explaining what each word means into your exercise book.

HOMEWORK QUESTION

 

How can we recreate an erupting volcano?

 

This week's research question is a practical activity and I think you will have lots of fun with this one!!!

At home, have a go at making your own erupting volcano. Take photos or a short video clip and upload them onto TEAMS in the Y3 EBL Channel.

 

I an looking forward to seeing your lovely volcanoes, by next Thursday! Have Fun!


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