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Tuesday

Reading

Yesterday we continued reading the story of Aladdin. We reached the part where Jafar has taken over the palace.

 

Open up Tuesday’s reading documents in the resources section at the bottom of the page:

  •  Pages to read (Tuesday)
  •  Reading - Tuesday 26.1.21

 

Read through the instructions - they will guide you through the activities you are going to do when you have read today’s pages (p.24-25).

 

RML Readers:

Follow the link below:


https://www.youtube.com/c/RuthMiskinTrainingEdu/featured

 

Writing:

This week we have continued to develop our writing skills using the story of Aladdin. 

 

Yesterday we practised how to write speech correctly, to show when the characters in our story are talking. 

 

Open up the link below. It is an online lesson all about the opening to Aladdin and the speech you could include:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-write-a-scene-with-speech-ctgked

 

The video will guide you through some different activities, step by step.  You will be learning how to write a scene from the opening to Aladdin, including some characters talking to each other.

 

We have made some resources to help you complete the activities in the video.

 

Go to the resource section at the bottom of the page.


Open up this document: Writing -  Tuesday 26.1.21 and find the right activity for your group.

 

 

Maths

 

Green/Yellow/Orange-

Today in Maths, you will be learning to multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number.

 

Below is the link to a video that will help you with today’s learning. Please make sure the sound is on.

There is not a separate question sheet today, instead I would like you to answer the questions from the video. Make sure you pause it each time to have time to work out the answer. Mark or correct your work as you go along but make sure you go back and re-watch the parts for any question you struggle with.

 

https://vimeo.com/486331580 

Remember you can always pause or refer back to the video if you need to.

 

Again there are some questions below if you want the challenge.

 

 

 

Red-

 

Today in Maths, you will be learning to divide by 4.

 

Below is the link to a video that will help you with today’s learning. Please make sure the sound is on.

 

https://vimeo.com/477072164
 

Once you have watched this video, complete your group's task. Remember you can always pause or refer back to the video if you need to. When you have finished, get a different coloured pen and check your work with an adult using the answers provided.

 

Attached is a true or false question for you to look at and talk through your thoughts with an adult. Please remember you do not need to write down this answer to this unless you want to as it is just for discussion.

 

Blue

Today in Maths, you will continue learning to subtract but now crossing 10s.

 

Below is the link to a video that will help you with today’s learning. Please make sure the sound is on.

 
 https://vimeo.com/497563367

 

Once you have watched this video, complete your group's task. Remember you can always refer back to the video if you need to. When you have finished, get a different coloured pen and check your work with an adult using the answers provided.

 

Attached is a true or false question for you to look at and talk through your thoughts with an adult. Please remember you do not need to write down this answer to this unless you want to as it is just for discussion.

 

 

 

R.E.

 

Zakat is the third pillar of Islam, it’s all about charity.  Think about a time when you have received a gift and how it made you feel.  How do you think the person that gave you the gift felt?

During the month of Ramadan (which is when a Muslim fasts, we will learn more about this next week) and Eid (a very important time for Muslims) they give gifts of food and money to those less fortunate than themselves.

These people are written about by Allah in the Qu’ran and include, the needy, the poor, to help those in debt and owe money or goods to others.  It is also used to support hospitals and other good causes and to encourage other people to follow the Muslim faith.

Doing this helps Muslims to feel good and to be good Muslims.

Take a look at the R.E. PowerPoint then complete separate R.E. Task.

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