This week we are going to start reading a book called The Hodgeheg by Dick King-Smith. We are going to link our writing this week to this story too.
Open up Monday’s powerpoint in the resources section below:
Read through the instructions - they will guide you through the activities you are going to do when you have read today’s pages (Chapter 1: Pages 1-7).
We are continuing to follow the Reciprocal reading pattern of:
Predict (Make a sensible guess based on the text)
Clarify words that you didn’t understand
So far this term we have been practising re-telling a traditional tale. This week we are going to be reading The Hodgeheg and using it to help us with our personal writing (writing a diary).
Our learning journey this week will look like this:
Monday: SPAG Lesson
Learning about apostrophes.
Identify the features of a diary.
Writing in the first person.
Based on The Hodgeheg story - write Max's diary (Chapters 2/3)
Writing Max's diary - Chapter 4.
Open up Education City and log in. We have set you a learn screen and an activity to learn about apostrophes.
Now you have completed the learn screen and activities, go to the resources section below and find the apostrophes activity sheet to complete.
Writing - Monday 22.3.21
This week in Maths we are going to be exploring fractions! Fractions are created when one object or a group of objects is divided into equal parts. We are going to learn how to recognise and find halves, quarters and thirds, and to find unit fractions and non-unit fractions.
Today we are going to focus on halves and quarters
Use the Powerpoints in the resource section to guide you through the learning, then complete the activity sheets that are linked to it.
Catch - Up Activities:
Today we are going to be revisiting:
a) Literacy - Conjunctions
b) Numeracy - Multiplication Facts for x2, x5, x10 and x3, x4, x8
We have created a learning pathway on Education City for both of these activities. Login to Education City and it will come straight up:
Dahl Conjunctions - 22.3.21
Dahl Multiplication Facts - 22.3.31