Here is today's timetable:
I went to the park and I played on the swings, the slide, the monkey bars, the merry-go-round and the balance beam.
I went to the park and I played on the:
- monkey bars
- balance beam
- Don’t forget to place a colon (:) before the items in a list.
- Keep the introduction sentence so the reader knows what the bullet point list is about.
- You don't need to include the word ‘and’ in a bullet point list.
You will need paper and pencil for this.
Watch the video and highlight the words that you could put into a list of bullet points
Bullet points are often used in non-fiction writing to explain information clearly to the reader.
Watch the following non-fiction clip to learn about ‘The Human Body’.
Listen carefully to the information that you are being told. Which parts could be written using bullet points?
Write a bullet point list of all the things you can find inside the human body.
You need to include:
You could start by writing: 'Inside the human body, there is:'
Convert (change) these sentences into bullet point lists.
1. Humans have five senses which are sight, smell, hearing, touch and taste.
2. To help some bodies to work their best we use glasses, hearing aids and wheelchairs.
3. The human body is strong, hard-working and comes in all shapes and sizes.
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Today, we are going to learn how to tell the time to the nearest 5 minutes. Watch the video below to remind yourself how to use the clock hands to tell the time.
Now, work your way through "Telling the time PAST the hour" slideshow below. Remember to try to answer the questions and check your answers.
How did you do? Now have a go at "Telling the time TO the hour" slideshow below. Remember to try to answer the questions and check your answers.
Use this clock above to help you remember To and Past.
Use these clock faces to help you understand To and Past. You can download the worksheet here.
Complete the jigsaw puzzles by matching the pieces together to match the time shown on the analogue clock.
You will need to print out the worksheet for this activity. Click the image below to download.
Riddle: What goes up and never comes down?
Answer at the end of the day!
Which method will you choose?
Maybe it is a jungle like Roussea's picture? or a desert, an abandoned castle, an exotic city or ANYWHERE YOU WANT!
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Well done for working so hard today, we hope you’ve had a good day!
It is time to listen to author Jeremy Strong read his own book "The Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Dog". Sit back and enjoy, you deserve it!
Answer to the riddle - your age.
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