Wednesday – St Teresa
Wednesday 3rd March 2021
Year 3 Maths
L.O: To explore multiplication strategies.
In this lesson you will explore whether the product changes if different multiplication strategies are used.
Year 4 Maths
L.O: To investigate multiplication patterns.
Today we will continue to look at different sized grids which are shaded with different multiplication tables. We can then investigate different pieces of multiplication grids, considering what grid it could be a part of, and what multiplication table it could show.
Year 3 English
L.O: To use inverted commas for direct speech.
Today, we will be learning how to use inverted commas to show direct speech in a piece of writing.
Year 4 English
L.O: To edit and improve.
Today, we will be learning how to edit a piece of writing and then editing our work from yesterday.
Please log into Oxford Owl and complete the unit ‘Spell the Vowel – igh sound (igh, i-e, ie, i, y)
Today, we want you to listen to chapter 7 of Alice in Wonderland.
Please look at the document for your Guided Reading activity.
LO: To begin to create different effects using shading and colouring
Watch the video and practise how to draw a red pepper using tone with coloured pencils. In this step-by-step tutorial, it will teach you how to use coloured pencils to create the drawing of a red pepper and add shading. You will need to pause the video to draw the pepper first, then pause 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 the miracles of Jesus.
Jesus met many people who needed his help. Think about the miracle of the healing of the paralysed man.
Create posters and advertisements about the qualities of Jesus and his words and actions.
How do you think the crowd felt when Jesus healed the man? How did the man feel?
Year 4 RE
Lent is a season when Christians seek God’s forgiveness in a special way.
Watch the parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector
What was the real difference between the Pharisee and the tax collector? Why do you think Jesus used a Pharisee in this parable? Do you think he was trying to say something to the Pharisees? What is Jesus trying to teach through this parable? Can you think of a Prayer where Jesus taught about forgiveness? What does this mean for us?
In the attached text, highlight text in blue what was good about the Pharisee. Highlight in red what was good about the tax collector.