Learning for Brancaster Bubble – Monday 19th October 2020
Good morning Brancaster Bubble
We have another busy and fun packed week planned for Brancaster Bubble. Here’s what we will be exploring! If you have to stay at home to isolate then please make sure you take a look at the lessons and activities below. If you need anything then make sure you email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember to have fun, learn lots and stay safe!
See you soon
This week we will be beginning to look at addition and subtraction. We will be looking at adding 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s to a given number as well as recapping and practising the column method for addition.
Here are some lessons to help you with your understanding of these concepts.
The column method for addition
This week in English we will be innovating and writing our own journey story. Here is a planning sheet to help you to organise your ideas.Story Planner
When you write your story, remember to add lots of detail to help develop your plot and keep your reader interested. Also, check your sentences and punctuation! Here’s some lessons to recap our learning on sentences structure and using fronted adverbials.
This week, we will be exploring and learning /shun/ words that end in the letters sion. Take a look at this BBC Bitesize page to help you with your learning.
This week we are learning the myth of Magnes the Shepherd and how magnets were discovered. Watch the story here and discuss with a grown up – you could write your own version of the story or create a comic strip to retell it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNZEBDFv3YU
We are also exploring the uses of magnetic materials – complete this lesson to help your understanding.
This week we will be coming to the end of the geography aspect of our topic. (Next half term we will be exploring the history of some of the UK’s most famous landmarks). Have a go at completing your own knowledge organiser on the geography of The United Kingdom to revise what you have learnt. How much of it can you remember? What do you still need to learn? Remember, our brains are like filing cabinets, we need to store the information away, so it is there when we need it! Topic Geography Knowledge Organiser
To end this part of our topic, create a poster to advertise visiting the UK. Why might people want to come here and what could they do when they are here?
Remember to include:
Use these lessons to remind you about the geography of the UK: