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The Lyppard Grange Primary School Empowering children to be secure, engaged and equipped for life.

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Tuesday

Timetable for the day

9am – Teams Meeting: Set up the day followed by Theme input (45 minutes)

There is follow up work from this – Theme 1 (ideally try to spend at least 20 minutes on the task)

11.00am – Teams Meeting: Reading- line by line (30 minutes)

Other tasks - you can do these at any time across the day

  • Number Magic- Day 2 (30 minutes)
  • PE- see PE section (45 minutes)
  • SPAG (15 minutes)
  • Theme 2: Exploration of your characters reaction to war (45 minutes)
  • Maths Task Day 2- (10 minute video input, spend 15-20 minutes on the task)

 

** Here is the second chapter from our book, Letters from the Lighthouse. It's called 'Make Do and Mend'**

 

Chapter 2 - Make do and mend

Number Magic-

Here is your Number Magic for the day. Remember to self-mark.

 

PE-

Open this document below to access your PE for today. Remember, you can send us photos and videos of you in action, we would love to see!

SPAG-

Watch the input all about revision of ie/ei words and then complete the Boggle SPAG task for today. The bottom of the video is a bit blurry for some reason, but it clears up after a short while.

SPAG input - ei/ie words

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Theme 1-

Following on from our video call, we would like you to pose the question 'Why was war declared?' Have a look at the document below, we have provided you with relevant links which will support you with this.

 

 

Theme 2-

We would like you to explore your character and how you think they would react to the declaration of war.

Watch the video input to support you with this.

Maths-

Here is todays Maths tasks. Follow the link below and watch the video called 'Percentage of an amount (2)'

Spring Week 4 - Number: Percentages | White Rose Maths

 

There is also a video of Miss Taylor explaining an alternative method for calculating percentages of amounts and we recommend you try to watch both.

Maths input - calculating %

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