Today in English you will be using your planner from yesterday to write your own newspaper. Today you will need to turn your ideas from yesterday into full sentences.
Below you will find an example of a newspaper report about the Great Fire of London and the sheet to write your newspaper on (use page 3). Don't forget to include a picture and add a caption to your picture. Remember a caption is the writing found on a picture which tells us what is happening in the picture.
This week, we have been learning how to double numbers. Today, we are going to have a go at a doubling problem. Look at the card below and read the problem in the orange cloud in the middle. Read the problem carefully. What is the question asking us to do? Can you write a multiplication number sentence for this problem? Can you write an addition number sentence?
Next, have a look at the blue problem. Read the problem carefully. How could you solve it? You could use some apparatus, draw pictures or write some number sentences.
Now have a look at the pink problem. Can you draw a picture to solve this problem?
If you want a real challenge, have a go at the red and yellow problems.
How did you get on with your Multiplication sheet yesterday? If you didn't finish, carry on with it today. If you did manage to finish, have a go at the green card below. Read the problem in the orange cloud in the middle. What is the question asking you to find out? Can you write a multiplication number sentence and a repeated addition number sentence? Now have a look at the blue problem. How could you solve this? Work through each of the coloured problems. Do them in the order it says along the side of the card. You can miss out the green problem as it is very similar to the blue one. Remember, you can use apparatus (beads, bricks) or draw pictures to help you solve each problem if you need to.
Last week in RE we started to learn about Passover and we read the story of Passover. Today I would like you to read the story again and try and order the sequencing cards below. You will need to print them, cut them and give them a good shuffle. If you haven't got a printer you could have a go at retelling the story in your own words.