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Maths:

Task 1:

You will need the double and half game sheet, a dice, a small object for each person playing

This game is to support children’s quick recall of doubling and halving numbers.  This can also be linked to multiplying by 2 and dividing by 2.  We encourage you to play this game every day this week with your child.  If you have other family members at home maybe they could join in too.

 

Please let us know how your double and half skills have improved.

 

Task 2:

You will need the ‘shading shapes’ sheet and some coloured pencils for this lesson.

Encourage your child to think carefully to complete the challenges on this sheet.  If you haven’t already, have a look at the fraction games in the additional learning folder.

 

Please send in a copy of this sheet.

 

ADDITIONAL LEARNING TASKS:

  • Roll a fraction game
  • Spin and colour a fraction game

English:

You will need a tablet, computer or phone/iPad your circular story board, your story sheets so far, the Stick Man story ending sheet and a pencil today.

 

Watch the story ending video.

Read your story so far then look at pictures 5 and 6 on your story plan sheet.

 

Today you will write the end to your story. This is where the main event comes to an end and the characters problem is solved. For example Julia Donaldson writes that Stick Man gets help from Father Christmas to return to the family tree with his Stick Lady love and his children three.

Think about how, when and where your story will end. Will it be a happy or sad ending, will you leave the reader to wonder about what happened??

 

Use verbs, nouns and adjectives in your writing and to write in simple and extended sentences.

 

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

 

 

Writing the end of your story

Still image for this video

Reading

Read your story to an adult.

 

Read Write Inc:

You will need the 60 second read: Free Snot Broth and a pencil.

Ask your adult to start a timer for 1 minute. As soon as the timer has started, read as much as you can. When the timer finishes, circle to where you got to. This helps us to see how well you are speed-reading. If you need to continue reading to get to the end of the passage, please do so, before answering the questions.

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

Topic: Drama – performing

You will need a tablet, computer or phone/iPad, your Stick Man story and puppet.

Ask an adult to record you reading aloud your Stick Man story. Use your Stick Man puppet to animate the story for the reader. Try to use expression and intonation to make your story come alive to the reader.

 

Ask your adult to send your performance into school using your class email address

 

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