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Spring Term 2021

Welcome to Bubble 3 Home Learning Page

The guidance and activities, outlined below, have been created to help support your child with home learning. We appreciate every family is unique and faces their own challenges and wish to support you as best we can. Whatever suggestions we have made, you have the freedom to make this work in a way that is best for you and your family.

As we enter lockdown we are offering children the opportunity to participate in live streamed lessons. As a teaching staff we have worked together to try and minimise overlap with other classes to support families with more than one child in school. However, as you will appreciate this is not always possible. Timings will be reviewed and updated on a weekly basis. We encourage your child to attend as many of these sessions as is possible. The timetable for Bubble 3  children is below with the live sessions clearly marked in red. Your child will need to log onto their Microsoft Teams account and click the link in the posts to join the lesson.

Y3 & Y4 Common Exception Words

Suggested and Live lesson timetable Week 6

Please note the addition of live storytime and live Worship. These will be available through a new tab on your child's TEAMS, join the meeting through 'posts'.

Theme Week 1

Our theme this term is Romans.

In this lesson we will learn about how the Romans changed Britain. We will begin by looking at how the Romans built roads and then look at how they introduced new methods to keep their towns and cities clean. Finally, we will explore how the Romans governed Britain.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-did-the-romans-change-britain-60r3gt

Science Week 1

How can you make a string telephone?

In this lesson, we will learn how to make a string telephone. We will follow a scientific method and then write our own scientific methods.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-can-you-make-a-string-telephone-68t6at

Spanish Week 1

In which month is your birthday?

In this lesson, we will recap our knowledge of greetings, numbers and months. We will then move on to saying which month our birthday is in.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/saying-the-month-of-your-birthday-74r38d

Music Week 1

This half term we will be learning about timbre. 

Timbre  is the quality of a musical note. It is what makes a musical note sound different from another one. Words like round, brassy, sharp, or bright can be used to describe the timbre of a sound.

In this lesson, we will be completing our composition and performing our body percussion piece.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/compose-and-perform-your-body-percussion-piece-crtp6

R.E Week 1

What are the Christian celebrations?

In this lesson, we will be learning about Christian celebrations. Some might be familiar to you but some will be new and interesting!.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-are-the-christian-celebrations-cnjk0d

Get Active Y3 & 4

You will see on the timetable there is time for you to get active. The activities on the timetable are suggestions only - you might go for a family walk, bounce on your trampoline, ride your scooter or bike, play football in the garden or create a circuit around your home or garden. It's important for your health and well-being to keep active and it can be fun too! Aswell as this, Mrs Caulfield has recorded some PE lessons for you to access.

Some useful links:

Youtube - PE with Joe                                                                                                                                  Gonoodle  - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2YBT7HYqCbbvzu3kKZ3wnw                                                      BBC Supermovers - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q                                                  Just Dance -  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChIjW4BWKLqpojTrS_tX0mg                                                      

Gymnastics Travelling.mp4

Year 3 Maths Week 1

Mini maths is available above. Click on the thumbnail for the appropriate day and it will appear larger on your screen.

TT Rockstars daily (Revision of 2, 5 and 10x table) 3, 4, and 8x table and associated division facts

My Maths - work supporting the live lessons for the week will be available

Live lessons

From Tue - Fri there will be a live streamed Maths lesson available on TEAMS - if resources are needed they will be attached below and under 'assignments' on TEAMS. If you are unable to attend these live lessons, please access the resources to support your learning.

Y3 English Week 1

Live lessons - Reading

From Tue - Fri there will be a live streamed English lesson available on TEAMS - if resources are needed they will be attached below and can also be found under 'assignments' on TEAMS. If you are unable to attend these live lessons, please access the resources to support your learning. 

English Writing

TuesdayIn today's lesson you will learn about the poet John Lyons. We will watch videos of Lyons speaking about and performing poetry provided by CLPE.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-learn-about-john-lyons-6wv62t

Wednesday - In today's lesson you will read and respond to two of John Lyons' poems from his collection 'Dancing in the Rain', including discussing structure, language and meaning. We will watch videos of Lyons reading his poems from CLPE.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-and-respond-to-john-lyons-poetry-dancing-in-the-rain-c8u32c

Thursday - In today's lesson you will read and respond to three of John Lyons' poems from his collection 'Dancing in the Rain', including discussing structure, language and meaning. We will watch videos of Lyons reading his poems from CLPE.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-and-respond-to-john-lyons-poetry-dancing-in-the-rain-part-2-6xgkec

Friday - In today's lesson you will read 'Carib Nightfall' and listen to a reading by John Lyons from CLPE. We will then respond to the poem and analyse its structure, meaning, themes and tone.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-analyse-carib-nightfall-6rrkae

Reading

Please read daily for 20 minutes focussing on fluency and understanding.

SPAG

Spellings - Homophones - words that are pronounced the same but with a different spelling and meaning

You can practice your spellings daily by using the ideas below:

Monday - Write in capitals

Tuesday - vowels red, consonants blue

Wednesday - find the definition

Thursday - The 'l' sound, spelt 'al' at the end of words

Friday - write in a sentence

arrival magical
burial personal
comical optional
emotional survival
national tropical

Punctuation and Grammar - Present Perfect tense

Year 4 Maths Week 1

Mini maths is available above. Click on the thumbnail for the appropriate day and it will appear larger on your screen.

TT Rockstars daily (Revision of 2, 5 and 10x table) 3, 4, and 8x table and associated division facts

My Maths - work supporting the live lessons for the week will be available

Live lessons

From Tue -Fri there will be a live streamed Maths lesson available on TEAMS - if resources are needed they will be attached below and under 'assignments' on TEAM. If you are unable to attend these live lessons, please access the resources to support your learning.

Y4 English Week 1

Storytime with Mrs Robson is now available on TEAMS

Live lessons - Reading

From Mon-Thurs there will be a live streamed English lesson available on TEAMS - if resources are needed they will be attached below and can also be found under 'assignments' on TEAMS. If you are unable to attend these live lessons, please access the resources to support your learning. 

English Writing

TuesdayIn today's lesson you will learn about the poet John Lyons. We will watch videos of Lyons speaking about and performing poetry provided by CLPE.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-learn-about-john-lyons-6wv62t

Wednesday - In today's lesson you will read and respond to two of John Lyons' poems from his collection 'Dancing in the Rain', including discussing structure, language and meaning. We will watch videos of Lyons reading his poems from CLPE.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-and-respond-to-john-lyons-poetry-dancing-in-the-rain-c8u32c

Thursday - In today's lesson you will read and respond to three of John Lyons' poems from his collection 'Dancing in the Rain', including discussing structure, language and meaning. We will watch videos of Lyons reading his poems from CLPE.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-and-respond-to-john-lyons-poetry-dancing-in-the-rain-part-2-6xgkec

Friday - In today's lesson you will read 'Carib Nightfall' and listen to a reading by John Lyons from CLPE. We will then respond to the poem and analyse its structure, meaning, themes and tone.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-analyse-carib-nightfall-6rrkae

Reading

Please read daily for 20 minutes, focussing on fluency and understanding.

SPAG

Spellings - Homophones - words which sound the same but have a different spelling and meaning

You can practice your spellings daily by using the ideas below:

Monday - Write in capitals

Tuesday - vowels red, consonants blue

Wednesday - find the definition

Thursday - The suffix '-ation' - is added to verbs to form nouns

Friday - write in a sentence

information donation
sensation duration
preparation registration
vibration population
decoration determination

Punctuation and Grammar - Writing direct speech

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