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26.02.21

MATHS-

Today in Maths we're adding fractions together! When we add fractions together that have the same denominator (Number on the bottom) it stays the same. The only number we add together is the numerator (number on the top).

 

E.G. 2/10 + 3/10 = 5/10.

 

GP: Add the fractions together and record your answers.

 

Workbook: Add the fractions together and record your answers. 

TIMES TABLE CHALLENGE- 

Repeat the 7x table sheet, try and beat your time from earlier this week!

GUIDED READING- 

In today's lesson we're going to think about all of the different skills we have learnt in Guided Reading, how we're always improving them and why they help us to read and understand texts. 

 

We need to be able to look at a question and understand what skill we need to use to answer it. 

 

Today's task: 

 

Firstly, read the question.

 

Then, underneath write the skill that you would need to use to answer the question and why you think you would use this skill.

WRITING- EDITING-SPELLING TEST (LIVE LESSON).

Today we're going to do a short edit lesson! A child from another school has also completed their letter pretending to be Mr Wonka.

 

However, this child has made lots of mistakes in their writing and they need your help to edit it!

 

First, read the piece of writing and correct all of the mistakes in a different colour pencil (Fine if you don't have one).

 

Then, answer the questions underneath.

 

Think about:

Capital letters and full stops

spellings

commas

apostrophes

brackets

question marks

SPELLINGS-

GROUP 1-

The suffix –ous

poisonous

dangerous

mountainous

famous

various

tremendous

enormous

Word list

earth

eight

 

GROUP 2-

door

dark

mother

mouse

want

wanted

father

find

wind

window

ADVENTURE-SCIENCE-

Firstly, You're going to complete the interactive quiz! Find the link to the quiz in the document.

 

Then, I would like you to find a plant in your garden or anywhere else you can find one and label the different parts of the plant. You could write the labels on little slips of paper and then take a picture when it has all been labelled! Use the information you learnt from yesterday's lesson to help you.

 

 

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