Don't forget to send in your home learning to us, either as an image or on a document attachment to email@example.com. Make sure you include your name and class when submitting your work to us.
You could send your work in using your school email address we taught you how to use earlier this term. Just to remind you how to do this, go to the Gmail login page, the email address is you school user name followed by @bgfjs.org and the password is your school login password (Password).
Let's see what activities we have for you today.
9 - 9.30 P.E. with Joe Wicks
1st lesson: Literacy
1) In today's lesson, we will be learning about complex sentences. We will investigate what complex sentences are and look in detail at adverbials and relative clauses. Click on the button to watch the lesson and complete the activities.
Follow the link below to go to the espresso page on grammar. You will be asked to login first, there is one username and password for all of the students in our school:
Then go back to the buttons below to go to the activities.
When you are on the relevant pages, click to watch the videos and complete the quizzes and activities.
2nd lesson: Maths
2) Spend 15 mins at least on Times Tables Rock Stars .
Remember you don't need to print the activity out, you can work on paper.
3rd lesson: History
The Mayas built amazing cities like Tikal (which they called 'Yax Mutal') and Palenque. Even though they lived in different cities, ruled by different kings and queens, the Mayas shared a lot of common beliefs and traditions.
They were experts at reading the stars and even built their cities as a map of the sky! They were also inspired by the creatures of the forest and shared many legends about animals, plants and nature spirits.
Follow the link below to go to the espresso page about The Maya. You will be asked to login first, there is one username and password for all of the students in our school:
Then go back to the button below to watch the video.
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