Thursday 21st January
9am - 9:10am: Arithmetic
A) 6 x 3 x 10
B) 4 x 8
C) 6 x 7
D) 6 x 8
E) 3 x 4 x 2
F) 9 x 9 x 0
Morning Zoom - 10am- 10:40am - SPAG
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Today's session we will look at pronouns across sentences
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11:30am - 12pm: PE
11 Family Workouts to Do at Home
1. Mountain Climbers
Get into a push-up position and then alternate bringing your knee to your elbow. You can do same side connections or crisscross. The idea is to move fast and work up a sweat!
2. Bear Crawls
Palms and feet flat on the floor, arch your back so that you look like a momma bear. Race your family across the room. Add some fun by having a competition! Who can "roar" the loudest?
3. Star Jumps
Stand tall and then explosively jump into the air, expanding your legs and your arms so that you look like a large “X” in the air. At the height of the jump, be sure to exclaim, “I’m a STAR!”
Straightforward and to the point. Just be sure your hands are in line with your chest and your bottom isn’t pushed in the air. Drop to the knees if your form is a slightly easier form.
Feel free to tuck your toes under the sofa or coffee table if you need a bit of support or ask your someone to hold your feet and vice versa.
Who is up for the challenge? Start with a jump up, then drop to a plank, add a push-up, and then jump back up. It should be one fluid motion and try to not pause between repetitions. Make it a bit easier by opting out of the push up if you need to.
You are naturally born squatters. See who can get the deepest squat or the most squats in 60 seconds. To do this one, stand with your feet shoulder’s width apart, and do deep knee bends. Make sure keep your knees behind your toes and your arms out straight.
8. Leg Raises
Lay on your side or on your back and with lift your legs without bending at the knee. Try to hold at the top. This works your lower (abs) abdominals, but be careful to not let your lower back arch.
Step forward and bend your front knee to a 90-degree angle. The goal is to have your back knee touch the ground without letting your front knee extend past your toes.
Elbows on the floor and balanced on your tiptoes, go eye-to-eye and see who can last the longest. 30 seconds is considered the gold standard.
11. Butterfly Kicks
Lay flat on your back, and extend your legs straight out. Imagine a swimmer, and begin to flutter kick your legs without bending at the knee. Start with your feet high off of the floor, as the move gets more difficult the closer the action is to the floor.
Use timer from the app store on your phone to time your workout. Aim for 40 seconds of work, followed by 10 seconds of rest. Alternate through the activities above and aim for a 30-minute workout.
1:15pm - 2:15pm: English
The aim for today is: To sequence and retell the opening
In this lesson, we will recap word class. We will then watch the opening scene of The BFG again and sequence and retell the main events. Finally, we will generate adjectives to describe how Sophie is feeling during the opening. For this lesson, you will need an exercise book or paper and a pencil. Click the link below.