Hello Fox Class. 


It was great to speak to more of you today and find out how you are getting on with your home learning.  I also enjoyed reading some of your Big Writes this afternoon.  If you haven’t already noticed, I have made a ‘Girl and Robot’ folder for you on Purple Mash.  You need to click on the small grey arrow next to the ‘My Work’ folder to find this and you will then be able to see your writing and look at my comments.


Here is your work for Thursday.  You can complete these tasks in any order but try to get everything done.



-Year 2 Work through White Rose Home Learning Summer Week 2 Lesson 4 (Problem solving) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

-Year 2 Complete Doodle Maths ‘x a day’.

-Year 3 Work through White Rose Home Learning Summer Week 2 Lesson 4 (Fractions problem solving) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

-Year 3 Complete I Can Do Maths Section 3 Test 2 Part C questions 6-10.



-Practise this week’s spellings.

-Watch video clip for the next part of The Legend of Spud Murphy Guided Reading https://youtu.be/lwfQ1RhPqts

-Complete the sequencing activity to put the events from pages 12-21 in order (attached)

-Take a photo of your work and save it to your Purple Mash account by going to the ‘My Work’ folder and selecting the purple ‘upload’ button.



-Read Powerpoint about Pointillism/dot pictures (attached).

-Complete task to create your own Pointillist picture using small dots of colour (see Powerpoint instructions). 


Other ideas to keep your bodies and brains active:

-Complete Joe Wicks’s workout https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

-Practise your ball skills in the garden with some throwing, catching, rolling, bouncing and kicking or play a ball game with someone.

-Get musical and do some singing!

-Read a book


Have a great day and keep trying your best with your home learning.


Miss Evans

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