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28.01.21

MATHS-

In today's Maths lesson we are still naming different amounts of money. Complete the GP and workbook sheets. Take your time and use the picture below to help you.

 

Step 1: Add the pounds together.

Step 2: Add the pence.

Step 3: Record your answer using £ and p if necessary.

TIMES TABLE CHALLENGE-

Watch the video below and count along as you watch it! Then, ask if someone can film you counting up in 3's to 36. Can you get there in under ten seconds? Record your time and video send it to the class email.

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GUIDED READING-

Today you are completing the comprehension questions on 'Kid Normal'. Remember to:

Answer in full sentences.

Use the text.

Use direct quotes from the text if the question asks you to.

WRITING-

So far this week you have:

Made delicious American pancakes.

Recorded the steps you took.

Wrote an introduction including a question.

Wrote a 'What  you will need' list and a list of time conjunctions you plan on using in your main paragraph.

 

Today you will be looking at using adverbs in your instructions.

 

Your task is to:

Chose adverbs from the word bank that best fit the sentences. 

You can then use these sentences in your main paragraph which you will write tomorrow. 

SPELLINGS- PRACTICE YOUR SPELLINGS USING ONE OF THE SPELLING ACTIVITIES. 

GROUP 1-

The suffix –ly

gently

simply

humbly

nobly

basically

frantically

dramatically

Word list

decide

describe

GROUP 2-

coming

couldn’t

mind

money

tree

two

going

gone

rabbit

would

ADVENTURE-

Functions of a skeleton science lesson.

 

Firstly, go through the PowerPoint and there are 4 videos to watch as well as information to read.

 

Once you've watched the videos and read the information, you need to look at the sheet and complete the quick tasks on there, you need to colour the bones which protect the organs, identify the different joints and identify the bones which keep us upright.

 

Then, you can have a go at answering the what if question – what if our bones were bendy?

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