Today we would like you to have a go at the arithmetic questions. Make sure you take your time to read the question carefully to check what it is asking you and choose the best method to work it out. Is there more than one way to work it out? Which is more efficient?
When you have finished, check your answers and if you got any wrong, work out your mistake. You might need an adult to help you.
Did you improve on last week?
You will using your planning from yesterday to write your final advert (read page 20). Page 21 shows your how to make a simple leaflet to publish your writing - you could even illustrate it.
You may also like to complete some of the other invention activities on page 22.
We look forward to seeing your work!
Continuing with our focus on size, spacing and proportion, we will be looking at the joins 'fs' and 'ves'.
Practice writing the joins, at least 3 times, and then write out the plurals of the words given. What other words can you think of that use these joins?
Time to design your dream island!
If you could have your own island, what would you have on it? You need to think about the essentials, like shelter, food, water, transport etc and also some entertainment. Use your imagination!
We would like you to draw and label your island and then write an explanation of your choices.
You might want to have a logo or flag to create a brand for your island.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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