Hello Class 3!
Hope you had a lovely weekend!
I am looking forward to our first full week of remote learning, after a super start last week. It was so lovely to see you all and I was impressed with how quickly you all got the hang of using the technology.
This week, we will be doing Maths and English as normal. We will also be doing reading, spelling, French and continuing with our Ancient Egypt topic too (yay). You can find a rough timetable for the rest of this week below (it may change as we go along).
Please make sure you join on time to our lessons and be ready to listen and work hard, just as you would do normally in the classroom.
Each day, you will find any sheets you need on this page. Just look under the subheading of the subject and find the right day. You can print the sheets off and stick them in, or just copy your work straight into your book if you can't print. If there is no information, resources under a subject heading it's because you do not need any today. I will also put in any extra activities or videos for you on here so make sure to take a look each week.
Have a super week!
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|EGYPTIAN BOARD GAME.pdf||Download|
Lessons this week:
Please find resources to support your online zoom session or in case you miss a lesson.
The Importance of the River Nile
How were the pyramids built and what was their purpose?
We will watch the videos linked below (1-5) on BBC bitesize to discuss the above question.
Extension Question: What was like like for a slave in ancient Egypt?
EXTRA CHALLENGE: Read the PowerPoint and information sheet below all about the Egyptian pyramids. Can you write a further paragraph about this or make a poster of information?
Please find the answers to the following questions about Tutankhamun using the video and information sheet below. I have also put some links to some useful websites. Please be sensible when using the internet and get an adult's permission.
You can answer the questions directly into your book using the title: Who was Tutankhamun?
1. Who was Tutankhamun?
2. What was his nickname?
3. How old was he when he became king?
4. How old was he when he died?
5. When was his tomb discovered?
6. Who discovered his tomb? Can you give some more information about this famous, historic discovery.
7. Where was Tutankhamun buried?
Extra challenge question: Do you think it was right that archaeologists excavated the tomb of Tutankhamun?