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Tuesday 13th July

Good Morning!

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Here is a summary of today's lessons...

Lesson 1 - Maths

In today's lesson, you are going to draw together everything you have learned about volume and capacity to begin comparing different volumes which are represented as litres, mililitres and in litres and mililitres. Please watch the video through in full and then complete the activity sheet for your group below.  

Compare capacity

Lesson 2 - Reading

Read 'Letter from an Estate Agent' and answer the questions.


Log-in details are posted on Class Dojo. Join us at 11am for a whole-class zoom call!

Lesson 3 - English

Euro 2020 was not the only sporting event to take place in the last few weeks. The oldest tennis tournament in the world - Wimbledon - also took place with the finals being played over this past weekend - You may have watched them! There are two video clips to watch below which give further information. In today's lesson, you are going to read a non-fiction text about Wimbledon and then answer a series of questions based on what you have read. There are 3 levels to this comprehension activity. Those of you who read Level 13 and above in your home-school reading books should have a go at the Year 4 level text which provides more information and uses more challenging vocabulary. 

Lesson 4 - Topic

In your last Topic lesson with Mrs Bullock last week, you explored OS maps and had a look the symbols used to represent different features and landmarks. Today, we are going to think about how we show mountains on an OS map. You will learn about how OS maps use 'contour lines' to show how high and steep mountains are. Work through the PowerPoint and watch the video. Then you can CHOOSE ONE of the activities - either the activity sheet or you can have a go at making a contour island to represent your own mountain. 

Understanding contour lines with Steve Backshall and Ordnance Survey

Don't forget to photograph and send any work that you are proud of to me using our class email address: