We hope you are all well today. Remember it would normally be the Easter holidays at the moment but we want to continue setting you work so you can keep yourself occupied during this time at home.
Thank you to those who have emailed us, please keep in touch and show us what you’ve been up to. Continue emailing your work or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Don’t forget to add your name and class in the subject box. Although we are continuing to set you work we may not be able to respond to all emails during the Easter holidays.
Nasima, Jasminara and Louise's Literacy groups
We would like you to click the link below and re-read the Princess and the Pea which you read yesterday. After you have done this you will have instructions to write a scene from the story using dialogue. There are lots of helpful hints and images to help you do this.
Watch the BBC video which explains what a synonym is.
Look through words that the thesaurus gives you and choose appropriate replacement words. Then search for the original words from the list above in The Eagle text you read yesterday. Use an appropriate replacement word from thesaurus to re-write the sentence in the text. You should now have 4 new sentences that you have amended.
Nasima, Jasminara and Louise's Numeracy groups
We'd like you to continue working on fractions. Please watch the video below which explains how you can write fractions as a decimal starting with tenths, then click on 'Get the Activity' to download the worksheet. Remember to go to WEEK 1 , LESSON 2.
Counting in multiples of 2, 5 and 10
Watch the youtube link below. Underneath are some missing number patterns to answer.
2, 4, 8, __, __, __, __ 14, 16, 18, __, __, __
32, __, 36, 38, __ 40, __, __, 46, __
5, 10, 15, __, __, 30, __, __, __, __, __, __, __, __, __, __, __, __
50, __, 60, __, 70, __, __ 85, __, 95, __
37, 42, 47, __, __, __, __, 72
Physical features are the natural features of a place that aren’t alive e.g. mountains, trees and rivers - not cows or humans.
1. Look at the pictures on this National Geographic page. Write down a list of physical features that you can see in each picture.
Can you find and draw the flag for the countries you have looked at today? Click on the button to see all the flags of Europe.