Remote learning 3.3.21

Maths

LQ Can I write an equation to show the difference between numbers and objects? 

In this lesson, you will be writing equations to show the difference between numbers and objects

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/writing-equations-to-show-comparison-part-1-70uk6e

English

LQ Can I retell a story in my own words?

Please reread the decodable text The Frog Prince. This is a phase 5 decodable text. You can use your phonic knowledge to read it.

Use the story map at the end of the story to help you write out the story in your own words.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/digital_books/1403.html

Reading  

Please read for 10-20 minutes independently. Remember to record any reading that you do in your blue reading record. You may like to read your school reading book, a book from home or an eBook from Oxford Owl. www.oxfordowl.co.uk

You can find the log in details at the back of your blue reading record. 

Science
LQ Can I experiment what material is best to build a wall? In this lesson, we will be discussing different materials and their properties. We will be analysing different objects and identifying the material’s properties. We will be building and creating mini walls and using them in our experiment in the next lesson, ‘Is the Wall I’ve Built Waterproof?’. If you would like to take part in this lesson you can choose to build all or 1 wall. You will need either playdough, hay or straw, twigs or lolly sticks, sugar cubes, plastic bricks, some glue or some sticky tape. If you do not have these things, don’t worry because the experiment will take place in the video for you to see.
https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-material-could-i-use-to-build-a-wall-c5hpad