Friday 15th January
Read them to an adult and see if you are right:
We have finished the whole book of 'The Twits' now and it was great. Even if you didn't get onto the Live Story links I hope you enjoyed it by the work that we did with it.
Here is the blurb (the back cover) of the book. The blurb should give a bit of information about the book and look good and interesting for the reader to pick up.
I like the blurb of The Twits because it has some good words at the top that would get me interested, along with an explanation of the book and a picture.
Today I'd like you to create your own version of the back cover of The Twits. I want to see some sentences explaining about the book, a drawing and some words scattered around.
Can't wait to see your creations!
Today in maths we are going to do Mental Arithmetic.
This number line might help you, or you could use objects or your fingers.
Make sure you're looking at the sign to know if you are adding (+) or taking away (-)
7 + 4 =
10 – 2 =
3 + 5 =
8 – 2 =
9 + 5 =
12 – 1 =
6 + 6 =
15 – 2 =
19 + 1 =
18 – 5 =
13 + 5 =
12 – 5 =
2 + 10 =
15 – 3 =
14 + 9 =
1 + __ = 10
5 + __ = 10
8 + __ = 10
3 + __ = 10
Geography / Art
Yesterday we started looking at animals in Antarctica.
One of the animals was the Penguin.
Today I'd like you to create your own penguin, however you want. You could draw, paint, use play dough etc.
Here are a few examples: