Wednesday – St Teresa
Wednesday 24th February 2021
Year 3 Maths
L.O: To use commutativity.
In this lesson, we are going to develop our understanding of the relationship between multiplication and division. We will explore the inverse and commutativity of this relationship and practise how using known facts can help us answer questions we have not encountered before.
Year 4 Maths
L.O: To use short division.
In today’s lesson, we will be exploring how to use the short division algorithm, regrouping through zero.
Year 3 English
L.O: To identify structural features of a narrative.
Today, we will be exploring the way a piece of narrative writing is structured.
Year 4 English
L.O: To explore the function of apostrophes.
In this lesson, we will investigate how to use apostrophes for singular possession and for contraction. We will practise using them in sentences linked to our Jabberwocky writing.
Please log into Oxford Owl and complete the unit ‘Spell the Vowel – u sound (u, o, ou)’
Today, we want you to listen to chapter 2 of Alice in Wonderland.
Please look at the document for your Guided Reading activity.
LO: To begin to understand how to blend colours.
Watch the video and practise blending colours. You can pause the video at any time to give you more time to practise. We would love to see your work, so remember to send it to us.
You will need- Paper, a pencil, colouring crayons, rubber and a sharpener.
Year 3 RE
L.O: To reflect on Jesus’s words and actions.
Jesus met many people who needed his help. What stories can you remember where Jesus was able to offer help and support those in need?
Watch the miracle of the widow at Nain’s son and consider these questions:
Who were the main characters and where did the event happen?
What feelings and reactions best describe the characters? Why do you think Jesus bought the man back to life? Which words and actions in the text describe what Jesus did? How did Jesus change the life of this family?
Retell the story of the Widow at Nain’s Son. You could use a story map or write the story yourself.
How do you think the family felt when Jesus healed the boy? How did the widow feel? Why did Jesus bring him back to life?
Why do you think that this story was written down for us to read and remember?
Year 4 RE
LO: To make links between religious stories, beliefs and actions
Rewatch the story of the Temptations of Jesus. The Temptation of Jesus – YouTube
What was the Devil trying to get Jesus to do? Do you think it was hard for him to resist? When might it be hard for us to resist making the wrong choice?
Imagine you are Jesus and write a diary account about the temptations and how it affected you.
Forty days and nights, temptation, Satan, Jerusalem, angels, mountain, worship .
Answer these challenge questions:
When have you been tempted? How can you avoid making bad choices?