Tuesday 2nd March
Guided Reading - live on Teams at 10.30am
To help with our writing, today we're going to learn a little bit more about the process of chocolate making. In the live lesson, I'll take us through a PowerPoint to remind us of the process and we'll read some information together. You're then going to practice your retrieval skills to get some more information which you can use in your leaflet. Follow the questions on the sheet and write your answers in full sentences.
Adventure - anytime
Today we're going to learn about Fair-trade which is a really important initiative which was set up to ensure that cocoa farmers got a fair price for their cocoa. Watch the video below which explains the process and the tasks which we need you to do. Then, on the attached document, you need to follow it through and watch the different videos and complete the opinions task at the end.
Spelling and handwriting - anytime
Click here for today's handwriting lesson.
Writing - live on Teams at 1pm
Now you have learnt some information about the production of chocolate, we're going to begin writing the report today. Today, I'd like you to write the title, short introduction sentence and the first 2 sections of our report - where is chocolate grown and how is chocolate made?
Refer back to yesterday's adventure lesson to find out the key information if you haven't already, and then see the slides below for some examples of how we're going to write this next section. Below are also some of the key words - they must be spelt correctly!
Staying Safe and Being Well - live on Teams at 2pm
We have managed to book a session for Lower Key Stage 2 run by the Leeds NHS Wellbeing Team about looking after yourself and keeping well during the pandemic. This will be for the whole of Lower Key Stage 2 at once so children will get to see their friends from other classes too. Please log in at 2pm ready for the session to begin!
Maths - live on Teams at 9.15am
Today, we're going to focus on dividing by 5 and solving some problems, you were all brilliant when we first looked at dividing by 5 on Friday so let's see what you can remember! Complete the activity below and then there is also a times table test to complete - try and do it in 5 minutes and see how many you can get.
Remember if there is a number missing from the calculation (for example 5 x ____ = 15) you need to do the inverse (opposite) and divide!