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Four Elms Primary School

Four Elms Primary School

Monday 8th June

Timetable Monday 8th June




9:00 – 9:30

Exercise with Joe Wicks

9:30 – 10:00

Guided Reading – See attachment below

Lexia  - If you are a Lexia person, please spend this time on Lexia


Maths - Bar Charts

We have now finished with our previous maths learning, and now we are on to looking at statistics. This maths lesson has a youtube video and a powerpoint to follow.


LO: To interpret and create bar charts

SC1) I can discuss the features of a bar chart

SC2) I can collect data from a barchart

SC3) I can create my own bar chart


Watch the youtube video below. This has all of the information about bar charts. You will also need to have the PowerPoint ready to answer questions.



Task 1 – Questions on PowerPopint

Task 2 – Creating your own bar chart


Break/Snack Time



Please watch the challenge video below from Ms Mitchell and Miss Fermor



This week we are going to be researching and playing some games that were played before technology existed. To begin with we are going to be learning about prepositions and instruction writing as we will need this when we write our very own set of instructions for a game.


LO: To understand the use of prepositions

SC1) I can discuss what a preposition is

SC2) I can name prepositions

SC3) I can identify prepositions


Have a look at the PowerPoint on prepositions below. For some, this may be a recap.


LO: To understand the features of instruction writing

SC1) I can discuss the features of a set of instructions

SC2) I can list the features of a set of instructions

SC3)  I can identify the features of a set of instruction writing


For the second part of this lesson, we are going to be looking at instruction writing. Watch the video below on the features of a set of instructions.








LO: To learn about different games before technology

SC1) I can use appropriate methods to research

SC2) I can discuss my findings

SC3) I can record my findings


For this lesson, we would like you to research different games that people played before technology. You will need to use your research skills to research interesting games that people played. We would like you to record your findings in your journals, in any way you feel comfortable. E.g this could be a mindmap or bullet points. Please present your work neatly with colour and pictures. Each game you write down, should have the name of the game and a short description of the game. Have a look at the example below for the beginning of my mindmap.

Try to be creative when writing down your games. I have discovered many interesting games – some dating back 100s of years! I look forward to seeing your research.


TTRockstars, Mathletics


Story Time – if you wish to read along to the story please open the attachment below.




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