9:00 - 9:30 PE with Joe Wicks
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's groups
• Use words and pictures on Story Summary to make a version of the story: Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters.
• You could watch the reading of the story again to help you (you can find the link below)
• Use your Story Summary to help you tell the story to somebody else.
2. Read an imaginary letter
• Read Manyara’s Letter.
• This is a letter from the older future Manyara to her younger self.
What advice does she give herself?
What do you think she has learnt?
3. Now for some writing
• Use Future Letter Planner to plan a letter from a future you to you now. Think what you will be doing in the future and what advice you will give yourself.
• Write your letter out carefully.
Once you have finished, share your writing with a grown-up. Ask them what advice they would give their younger selves.
Remember you can email us your work - we would loved to read it.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
- Please begin by reading the story.
Circle any words that you are not sure of. Ask an adult to help you find out what they mean.
- Now we want you to order the events of the story. Look at the events on 'Story order'. They’re in the wrong order.
Put them in the right order by cutting them out or numbering them. (You can even draw your own boxes on a piece of paper).
- Draw a picture for each of the events.
Share your Story Order with a grown-up. Use it to tell them the story of King Midas and the Donkey Ears.
Nasima, Louise and Jasminara's groups
Watch the videos on both clicks to remind yourself of how to do this - remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you need to.
Once you have watched the videos, have a go at the practise questions.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
Place value helps us work out the value of a digit depending on its place or position in a number.
Place value can be expressed in terms of hundreds, tens and ones.
For example the number 333 can be represented like this:
Complete the worksheet (you don’t need to print it out. You can write your answers on some paper or in a book)
Please read through the power point. Choose one of the Classification sheets to complete - either Woodland animals, Ocean animals or Arctic animals.
You could try all 3 if you wish but there is no need to print the animal pictures so save ink and paper.
Once you have completed the classification sheets the power point will show you how to complete a Classification Key.
We’d love to see your work as always so please send it to us by email.