This week we are going to going to read another traditional tale – The Princess and the Pea.
Open up Monday’s reading documents in the resources section at the bottom of the page:
Read through the instructions - they will guide you through the activities you are going to do when you have read today’s pages (p.1-5)
We are following the Reciprocal reading pattern of:
Predict (Make a sensible guess based on the text)
Clarify words that you didn’t understand
Follow the link below:
This week we are going to continue to develop our writing skills using the story of Aladdin.
Our learning journey will look like this:
Monday: SPAG Lesson
Planning the climax (main event) of a story.
Writing the climax (main event) to the opening of Aladdin.
Editing our own writing.
Writing our own ending to the opening of Aladdin.
We are following some online activities on Oak National Academy through the week to guide us through our writing – but today we are doing an Education City activity.
Open up Education City and log in. We have set you a learn screen and some activities to complete so you can learn to use the correct homophone in our sentences.
The activity sheets that you need to complete are saved for you in Education City.
Today in Maths, you will again be looking at multiplying 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.
In the Resource section below you will see your questions and a PowerPoint which will guide you through some examples. You will see how repeated addition and multiplication give the same answers but that multiplication is the quicker way to get to the answers.
Today in Maths, you will be continuing your learning of the 4 times.
In the resources below you will see today's task which is a times table wheel, in the centre is 4 then in the inner circle is what you multiply 4 by to get the answer in the outer circle.
Today in Maths, you will be taking things back to counting to 5 to help us get the basics right. If you manage this then see how far you can count.
Below in the Resources are a your tasks (they start on slide 5).