Good morning year 4! The weekend is fast approaching, but here is another day of learning activities to complete.
Today's first job is to go back to the work you completed on Wednesday and use the answers below to mark. Please complete any corrections for the ones you have got wrong.
Today, we will be using either the simple or long standard written methods to times 3- digit numbers by a 1-digit number.
First, write the short date 14.01.21 and the title Standard written methods. Use your ruler to make sure you underline both.
Next, have a look at the criteria below and complete your recap and anchor task. For your anchor task you are able to choose which method you use either the simple method (from Tuesday) or the long method (from Wednesday).
Today, you are going to be multiplying 3 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. You can either choose to use the simple standard method from the learning on Tuesday or you can use the long standard method from the learning on Wednesday. Which ever way you choose, we need to see your working out in your books.
If you are in Miss Groves' or Miss Cameron's group, please complete the red/orange task (you don't need to complete all questions 8- 10 questions is enough). When you feel confident with this then move yourself onto the green task.
If you would like to challenge yourself further then have ago at the purple task.
If you are in Mrs Bennett's group, complete the first 6 questions on the red/orange task and then complete the green task. When you have finished move onto the purple task.
Learning Objective - To produce a non narrative that has a clear purpose and provides the reader with relevant information.
• Prepositional phrase
• Subordinate clauses (I saw a wabub)
• Compound sentences (FANBOYS)
Today in History we are going to look at how the Roman Empire expanded over time.
First, write the long date Thursday 13th January 2021 and the title The Roman Empire. Use your ruler to underline both.
Next, look at the WALT and complete the activating prior knowledge.
Now use the map document below and follow the instructions below each image to show which land was ruled by the Celts and which land was ruled by the Romans.
To finish the lesson, click on the link below that will take you to a website where there is a BBC clip called The Roman empire and its effect on Britain.