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Wednesday 24th February

Good morning

Get yourself comfy and let's begin smiley

Let's get our brains warmed up and ready to learn with the next arithmetic page. Remember you will be marking these tomorrow.



We are continuing our work on statistics today. We will be interpreting information from pictograms which means we will be looking at the data in more detail and explaining what information we can find out.


Follow the lesson slides, then watch the video and complete the activity when prompted.


Don't forget to mark your answers from Tuesday's lesson first! 

Spr3.6.1 - Interpret pictograms.mp4

Still image for this video


Start your literacy lesson with the next word detective or spelling activity.

Please mark you recap from yesterday.

Today we are introducing you to folktales, based on Norfolk. This is an area we are researching in our geography lessons. Below is the story we would like you to read. As with book talk sessions in school, which you have done, we will familiarise ourselves with the text by talking about it in your groups. This is tricky at home so we have written you some questions to help you become more familiar. 
Below is the story we would we need you to read.

Now that you have read the story have a go at answering these questions to help familiarise yourself with the text. Just like we would in book talk! Perhaps you could respond to challenge and write your own questions.


1. When did the fighting break out between the Royalists and Puritans?

2. How many barrels of gunpowder exploded?

3. Where do most dragons come from?

4. Where can you find dragons in Norwich?

5. What is the Danish word for street or passage?

6. Where does the village of Ludham sit?

7. Find two words to show how the serpent moved?


Now that you are more familiar with the text, have a go at these book talk starters. 




These sentence starters should be familiar to you. If you have a parent who you could share your answers with then this would really help you.


Start the afternoon snuggled up with a good book. Jot down what you've read in your diary. Don't forget to ask you parent to sign it please.


Today we are starting a new unit of work: Gymnastics.


Before you start the main lesson, it is important to do a good warm up.


So, clear some space and get warmed up with Joe Wickes.

5 Minute Move | Kids Workout 1 | The Body Coach TV

Great for all ages but aimed primarily at Key Stage 140 seconds work | 20 seconds restMarching On The SpotStar JumpsLow Sprint ShuffleSquatsClimb The Rope

Now that you are warmed up you can get started with learning more about balance. Read the link below and follow the instructions carefully. Tick them off as you do them so that you don't miss any.