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# Wednesday

## Good morning Troughton class!

I hope you are all well and happy. Hopefully you enjoyed yesterday's learning and are ready for another day of online learning. I have been so impressed with all the work I've had emailed to me and from the conversations I've had with your parents on the phone. Keep up the super work!

Today I would like you to read your favourite book. Then I would like you to tell your grown up why the book you chose is your favourite!

## Maths: Red, Orange, Yellow & Green groups

Your learning today will be very similar to the past 2 days, except you will be looking at your 10 times table instead. I promise tomorrow will be different!
First get ready to join in with Webster the spider to practise saying your 10 times table. You will need lots of energy today!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-the-10-times-table-with-webster-the-spider/zm32cqt

Once you've practised your 10 times table choose the correct worksheet below.

## Maths: Blue group

Your learning for today is going to be all about finding ¼ of a shape. This means the shape will have 4 equal parts. Equal means all the parts are the same. It is very similar to Monday’s lesson. Go through the power point with your grown up and then try the worksheet on your own. I am looking forward to seeing photos of your learning.

## Literacy: All groups

Today I would like you to retell in your own words the story of Mrs Armitage on wheels. I've put the link in case you want to listen to the story one more time!

Your story needs to have a beginning, middle and end.

Beginning – you need to introduce the main character. Who is she? What does she look like? What kind of character is she?

Middle – What happens on her bike ride? What does she invent to make her bike better?

End – What happens to her bike? Why? How does she feel? What does she do next?

When you write your story remember to:
Use capital letters and full stops correctly
Use conjunctions to write longer sentences – and, but, because, while, so that