Miss Carter did not have much luck with the lettuce but the carrot top is still growing. It's taken the whole of the Easter Holidays for it to get that big. See below.
Miss Carter is also growing some cucumber plants, pepper plants and tomato plants. Here's how they are getting on.
Here are Mrs Bensly's spring onions. They seem to have stopped growing at this height. Maybe it's time to harvest them!
These activities are designed to be read on screen, with answers written on paper . No need to do them all unless you want to. Just chose the ones you like the look of!
1. Listen to this song to remind you what adjectives are. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju2q6SnZsJo
2. Choose one of these activities - easy, medium or tricky: (answers are at the bottom)
Here are this week's spelling words. Practise them any way you like, but we suggest doing some fancy letters!
Copy these sentences from a well-known story into your book in your best handwriting. Remember to think about where the letters sit on the line and how big they should be.
Today's topic is finding fractions of amounts.
See below a video to remind you of the fractions we have looked at.
When we are finding fractions of amounts we have to share or make equal groups.
Remember when we find a fraction the bottom number tells us how many groups we have to share it between and the top number tells us how many of those groups we need to find our answer.
For example: if I'm finding 1/4 of an amount I need to share the amount into 4 equal groups and then one of the groups will give me my answer.
Find some things you can use to share out, to practise finding fractions of amounts. E.g. raisins, grapes, sweets etc….
Share them out between 2 teddies to find 1/2 and then between 4 teddies to find 1/4 of them. See if you can share the same amount out between 3 teddies to find 1/3.
Draw a bar model split into 2 to find halves and into 4 to find quarters.
Link to video on fractions of amounts:
Here is a worksheet to complete. Don't worry if you can't print it, just write your answers on a piece of paper. The answers have also been uploaded.
Topic - Dinosaurs!
This week's topic is dinosaurs! Wooo hooo!
Today we are going to have a go at drawing some dinosaurs.
Sometimes cartoony drawings are most useful, especially if you're doing someone a picture or illustrating a story. Here's a great tutorial on how to draw THE CUTEST dinosaur
If you're writing an information text about dinosaurs, you'd probably want to draw a more scientific type. Here's a tutorial for that type:
Keep hold of your drawings - we are looking for ways in which you can share them with us!
Each day we will upload two challenges.
Answers for each challenge will be uploaded the following day.
This one is a tricky one so here is a tip: the first letter is b.