A HUGE thank you for keeping up with your learning. Well done! Take a look at some work by: Mutasim, Suraya, Yusuf K, Zakariya, Surah, Sahra and Ridwan. If you would like to send work in for us to read, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (remember to write your name!).
1) Warm-up: Download the sheets and follow the instructions to create an 8 times table fortune teller.
a. There are four multiplications. Write the three missing numbers.
b. Write in the missing numbers in this multiplication grid.
How good is your observational skills? Click on the image to download the sheet and have a go at spotting 20 differences! Can you spot them all?
1) Warm-up: Download the sheet. Read the instructions and have a go at the questions about prefixes. If you’ve forgotten what prefixes are, that’s okay, watch the video to refresh your memory.
2) Read the extract from the book below. While you are reading, think about what is happening.
One summer’s day, the thing came by.
It slipped right past Sebastian’s feet.
A little girl tried to catch hold of it, as if it were a fly.
The crocodile lady waited for it for many long months,
standing at her front door.But she never saw it.
Some people can’t recognise it,
even when it’s right before their very eyes.
Someone walked straight past it
in the middle of a rain shower.
Just for a minute or two, no more than that.
But a minute was enough.
a. What do you think is happening in this extract? Can you summarise (sum up) what you’ve read in a couple of sentences?
- Having carefully read the extract, I think... is happening because…
- In my opinion, I think... is happening because…
b. How does this extract make you feel? What do you like or dislike about it? Why?
- The extract makes me feel... because…
- This extract reminds me of… because…
- What I like about the extract is… because…
- What I dislike about the extract is… because…
c. What questions might you ask about the extract?
d. Which part of the extract do you like best? What do you like about it? Does it help you paint a picture in your mind?
- The part I like best is… because…
- Listening to the extract, the part I like best is… because…
- _____________ is the best part because…
- What do you think the author might be describing? What do you think this thing is? Why do you think that?
- How might the boy Sebastian feel about the thing slipping past him? How might you feel? Why?
Hola! Paola says she misses teaching you and listening to you speak Spanish! Remember, you can always listen to the videos at any time and continue practising with your family!
1) Watch and listen to this video on colours, and say the colours out loud along with the video!
What a great workout today! Let’s sit back, unwind and R E L A X.
Today’s story, On a Magical Do-Nothing Day is written and illustrated by Beatrice Alemagna. Can you predict what this story might be about?
Have a lovely evening and we shall see you back here tomorrow for another fun-filled day of learning. Adiós!