How are we all this morning? I hope we are all doing well, it was so lovely to hear from you all yesterday in our class chats!

Your work for today is as follows:

Why not log on to Teams, and in the Class Materials File have a go at Mrs Fox’s Art lessons. There are two videos for you to follow in there. She has explained how to draw 3D shapes, and then how to shade them to they pop out from the paper. Here is the sheet to go along with the videos.                    3D Shapes Sheet 1 and 2

Eventually, this practice will allow us to draw a 3D robot made from different 3D shapes! This lesson is to follow. I can’t wait to see the finished pictures!

Reading – Sentence Level Task

Can you find the meaning of these words in your book? Once you have written down the meaning, try using the word in a new sentence of your own. Remember your core writing targets: 

Core Targets for all Writing
  • Write sentences with capital letters and full stops.
  • Spell most common and CVC words correctly.
  • Join sentences with a variety of conjunctions.
  • Handwriting should be linked.

Yellow/ Level 11 – The Huge Horrible Beast

  1. Plain (p.5)
  2. Ought (p.7)
  3. Creeper (p.9)
  4. Slung (p.10)
  5. Gaggle (p.13)
  6. Widow (p.26)
  7. Wind (p.30)
  8. Scamper (p.32)

Red – Jungle Shorts

  1. Anorak (p.3)
  2. Lend (p.5)
  3. Slammed (p.13)
  4. Piled (p.14)
  5. Enormous (p.15)
  6. Struggled (p.16)

Blue – Battle With the Beast

  1. Micro (p.2)
  2. Villain (p.2)
  3. Defeat (p.2)
  4. Release (p.3)
  5. Mighty (p.8)
  6. Rogue (p.9)

Level 8 – Winnie and Wilbur Stay at Home

  1. Crowds (p.6)
  2. Blithering (p.8)
  3. Collar (p.11)
  4. Continued (p.12)
  5. Tangled (p.15)
  6. Delicious (p.17)

Level 6 – The Junk Cruncher

  1. Shrank (p.2)
  2. Pile (p.2)
  3. Blasted (p.2)
  4. Micro (p.3)
  5. Kitted (p.3)
  6. Swerved (p.5)

Please also remember if you run out of things to complete, you have your activities on your learning grid for all other areas of the curriculum as well as Education City and extra Maths and Literacy activities.

For today’s Numeracy we are looking at number patterns. Like last week with our letter patterns, number patterns are all about finding out what the sequence is and finishing it off – e.g. 1, 3, 5, _(7)_, _(9)_.  Try and have a go at all of them!

Mild:

  1. 0, 2, 4, ___, ___, ___ .
  2. 12, 15, ___, ___, 24, ___.
  3. 54, 48, 42, ___, ___, ___.
  4. 10, ___, 20, ___, 30, ___.
  5. ___, 20, 16, ___, ___.

Spicy

  1. 11, 22, ___, 44, ___, ___ .
  2. 125, 150, ___, ___, 225, ___.
  3. 63, 56, 49, ___, ___, ___.
  4. 10, ___, 40, ___, 70, ___.
  5. 13, 25, 49, ___, ___.

Hot

  1. 18, ___, 36, 45, ___, ___ .
  2. 1,250, 1,750, ___, ___, 3,250, ___.
  3. 84, 72, 60, ___, ___, ___.
  4. 0, ___, 1.6, ___, 2.1, ___.
  5. 2, 11, 38,___, ___, ___.

Number Talks:

2 x 100                    6 x 22

2 x 15                      10 x 22

4 x 5                        16 x 22

4 x 10

4 x 115

Challenge Sum

963 x 58

Well done everyone, keep up the good work.

Miss Smith and Mr Woodward.

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