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Here’s a story about friends not being able to give each other hugs. Find out what they do instead…
Remember to take a rest or sip of water if you need one.
- When you divide by 1 the answer stays the same. Example, 21 ÷ 1 = 21
- When you divide by 10, the number becomes 10 times smaller and all the digits move one place to the right. Example, 210 ÷ 10 = 21. Another way of thinking of it is: how many 10s are there hiding in a number?
Can you find all the words on the Football word search? Have a go!
- Read Spaghetti Spaghetti (page 2). Read it twice: once in your head and once out loud.
- What do you like about the poem? What patterns do you notice? Which is your favourite phrase? Why?
- Read What is an ode? (page 3) and Poetry Terms (page 4).
- Use Check the Terms (page 5) to check how well you can remember each of these words. You can write notes on the
- Read three more poems: Apple Pie (page 6), Ode to an Olive (page 7) and Ode to a Chestnut on the Ground (page 8).
- Read and think about each of the Reflection Prompts (page 9). Find someone who will listen to your answers and discuss them.
- Annotate the poems to show your favourite phrases in each.
- Pick your favourite poem from today and practise reading it aloud. Read the Reading Aloud Tips (page 10) to help you. You could record your reading and share it with somebody else.
- Try to learn part or all of one of these poems off-by-heart.
Remember to also spend 30 minutes reading books and answering questions on Active Learn Primary. If you don't have access to a computer, remember, reading a magazine or newspaper counts too!
Can you spot the five differences in the pictures below? Download the activity and have a go!
It’s time to unwind and relax. Let’s listen to today’s story, Izzy Gizmo written by Pip Jones and illustrated by Sara Ogilvie.