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Berkshire School Games 

Please click the link to start your day on an active note

Please complete the activities and put your scores on OneNote and then Miss Ridnell can send in results. 

Reading Comprehension 

Please read the text and answer questions below. Can you read this in 90 seconds or less? Ask an adult to help time you. 


Please practise your weekly spellings 


Wb 11th January








Please watch this taught lesson on the two times tables 

2 timetables

Now you have watched the video please complete the sheet


Today we are learning about character descriptions. Julia Donaldson describes the Gruffalo all the way through her story. You can listen again if you need to, just go back to the Tuesday page. Today please start your lesson by drawing a Gruffalo and then label the features. 


Read the character description below. Is it a good description? 

Now we would like you to write your own character description of the Gruffalo! Can you include exciting adjectives? 


This is an example of what you could write: 


The petrifying Gruffalo began the story as a monstrous fierce creature, with glowing orange eyes, which reminded me of a dragon. At the end of the story Julia Donaldson showed that he wasn't that fierce, as he was scared of a tiny meek mouse! 

Mental Maths 


Today we are learning about scientific questions. If you are going to be a scientist when you grow up you will have to learn to ask lots of questions! 

Click on the bbc link below to watch the video and take a quiz! 

Watch as Miss Tissot model the learning task for today

Still image for this video


Please login Teams for our feedback and collective worship session. If you are unable to attend please watch the video clip below and join in with the hymn


Please look at the sheet below. This is to work on all week. By the end of the week you should have mastered this pattern. Some of the patterns are words and some are letter patterns for you to master. If you want to do more, try writing a sentence with these words. 

Story Time