Yesterday we started reading The Princess and the Pea. We reached the part where a storm had begun. Everyone was hiding in their homes and animals were hiding in their burrows.
Open up Tuesday’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.6-10).
Follow the link below:
This week we have continued to develop our writing skills using the story of Aladdin.
Yesterday we practised how to use homophones in different sentences, so we can use the correct ones in our writing. Today we are going to learn how to plan a climax (main event) of a story.
Open up the link below. It is an online lesson all about the climax (main event) in the opening to Aladdin
The video will guide you through some different activities, step by step. You will be learning how to plan your writing of the climax in the Aladdin story.
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 2.2.21 and find the right activity for your group.
Today in Maths, you will be learning to divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. We will be looking at this over the next 3 days, for today's task work through the PowerPoint and then attempt the questions.
Today in Maths, you will be learning to use your understanding of the 4 times table to answer word questions. You might find it useful to write our the 4 times table before you start, this will be a good warm up and will also help you to answer the questions.
Today in Maths, you will be looking at Fact Families. Work through the PowerPoint the attempt Blue 1 questions, if you find these easy then give Blue 2 a go.
Read the following and then work through the R.E attachment in the resources below.
Today’s lesson is all about Sawm. Sawm is the fourth pillar of Islam. This pillar is all about fasting during the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is believed to be when Muhammad received messages from Allah. This is a very important time for Muslims, they will try to give up any bad habits and replace them with some good deeds. They will also visit the mosque more and pray more often than normal, some Muslims may read the whole Qu’ran during this time.
Each day during Ramadan Muslims will not eat or drink during the hours of daylight. They get up early and eat before the sun comes up, this meal is called Suhoor, they will not eat then until the sun has set and this meal is called Iftar. At the end of the month of Ramadan Muslims have a huge festival called Eid-al-Fitr, they give gifts and cards, have large parties with wonderful food, new clothes and visit the mosque, this is a very important time for Muslims.
On your paper could you now draw or write a bad habit that you could give up and draw or write a good deed that you could do.