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Wednesday 27th

Wednesday 27th January 2021


Good Morning,


Today, you will finish reading Arthur and the Golden Rope, make sure that you have a good look at the monsters in the story!

Maths more work on area and making shapes.

Plus you have some science and topic work (where you will learn more about the Vikings) and I start reading a new story How to Train Your Dragon.

Don't forget there are also tasks to do on Purple Mash and Mathletics for you to do.


Please upload your English and maths today.


Have a good day

Miss Spooner :)


Today, you are going to read and listen to the last part of  'Arthur and the Golden Rope'. At the end of the PowerPoint, you will be set a challenge which is linked to the picture below. When you have finished the challenge, send me your work on portfolio, please.

Think about the descriptive language you could use. How can you start the sentences too?


Today, you are going to be looking at making shapes, thinking about its area. Watch the video and have the worksheet there to do as you go along. Remember pause the video whenever you need to, to help you complete your work.

Group  1 - do as many as you can (plus there is a challenge)

Group 2 - up to number 6 at least.


Making Shapes.mp4

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Watch the video link below which tells you all about how sound travel and how the ear works. Use the information on the clip to label the diagram of the ear on the worksheet.

EXTRA OPTIONAL CHALLENGE - Try and create sounds using different parts, take a photo or video yourself and put it on portfolio if you want to share it with melaugh


Topic - History The Vikings

Watch the video which tells us a little bit about why the Vikings came to Britain to settle.

Then just like you did with with the Anglo Saxon runes write your name in Viking runes. Compare them to your Anglo-Saxon runes name, what is the same? What is different?


We start our new story today, How to Train Your Dragon, with its first chapter. 

Chapter 1 First Catch Your Dragon

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'How to Train Your Dragon' by Cressida Cowell, illustrated by Cressida Cowell, published Hodder Children's Books