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Friday

 

 

Reading

 

Today, you will begin reading Chapter 3 of ‘The Iron Man’. Today’s reading pages are 45 (cities and the towns.)-47.

 

Work through the Reading PowerPoint and complete today’s written task. The chapter is attached below.

 

Here is the order we usually follow in class for Reciprocal Reading:

  • Predict (sensible guess)

  • Read the pages

  • Clarify the meaning of words you didn’t know 

  • Answer the questions

  • Summarise

 

Literacy

 

Today, your task is to write your newspaper report using your plan from yesterday. 

 

Before you begin, read through your plan and my example report so you get a feel for what is expected of you. 

 

Then, look at the success criteria below for your group. Use this as a checklist when writing your report. 


     

R-

 
  • I can include a newspaper name.

  • I can include a headline.

  • I can write in past tense.

  • I can write in third person

  • I can tell the events in the order they happened.

  • I can include an opening paragraph that tells the reader who, what, when, where, why.

  • I can include a picture and caption.

  • I can include direct speech.

  • I can use punctuate sentences correctly (./CL/?/!/”   “).

 

G/Y/O

  • I can include a newspaper name.

  • I can include a headline.

  • I can write in past tense.

  • I can write in third person

  • I can tell the events in the order they happened.

  • I can include an opening paragraph that tells the reader who, what, when, where, why.

  • I can include a picture and caption.

  • I can include direct speech.

  • I can include fronted adverbials.

  • I can include formal reporting language.

  • I can use punctuate sentences correctly (./CL/?/!/”   “/,).

 

Maths

 

G/Y - Reasoning and Problem Solving - Work through these questions on your own, make notes and write down anything you need to help you to work it out. Show your working out and explain your reasoning.

 

Problem Solving

 

Write the missing numbers:

  • ☐ + 886 = 1532

  • 5875 + ☐ = 6293

  • 9381 – 5864 = ☐

  • 1001 – ☐ = 784

 

Reasoning

 

True or false? Explain your ideas…

  • Subtracting from a multiple of 1000, it is best to use Frog.

  • Subtracting a 3-digit number from a 4-digit number always gives an answer greater than 1000.

  • Subtracting 4827 from 7284 will only involve moving amounts from 1 column.

  • Subtracting 895 from 2222, column subtraction is not the best method.

 

The answers are below for you to look at with an adult only once you have finished.

 

R/O - Reasoning and Problem Solving - Work through these questions on your own, make notes and write down anything you need to help you to work it out. Show your working out and explain your reasoning.

 

Add 40 to each of these numbers…

216, 159, 608

 

Subtract 50 from each of these numbers…

117, 349, 608

 

Complete each pair of calculations:

  • 436 + 40 =

  • 436 + 39 =

  • 573 - 30 =

  • 573 - 29 =

  • 773 - 40 =

  • 773 - 41 =

  • 105 + 51 =

  • 105 + 49 =

 

Solve these word problems:

  • Sam’s Dad buys a laptop for £345. Sam buys a game for £39. How much did they spend in total?

  • Bella has measured the shelf and it is 253cm long. She saws off two pieces that are each 29cm long. How long is the shelf now?

 

The answers are below for you to look at with an adult only once you have finished.

 

 

PE

 

Today, I would like you to complete Joe Wicks most recent ‘PE with Joe’. Here is a link to Joe’s YouTube playlist for PE with Joe. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xs_g2B-D7zg&list=PLyCLoPd4VxBuS4UeyHMccVAjpWaNbGomt 

 

Have fun!

 

Story Time

 

Please listen and enjoy a chapter a day of this incredible book.

 

Varjak Paw by S. F. Said

 

Chapter 11

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vui3jLx5urE

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