1. Reading – RWI:
If you only choose one thing to do today, choose this – your RWI lesson!
It’s so important to keep your reading skills up to date and at the moment it is tricky to find a book at the right level.
Click this link to take you to our RWI page where you’ll find all the info you need. https://www.peterhouse.norfolk.sch.uk/read-write-inc-sessions/
Or, go straight to Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?app=desktop
2. Writing - descriptions:
When you're writing a story, it is important to be able to use words to paint a picture of the setting in the mind of your reader.
In your book, write some sentences (with capitals and full stops) that describe this scene for someone who cannot see it. Think about the colours, the things you can see. Aslo think about how you may feel and what you may hear.
3. Grammar - Sentence Types - Questions:
Yesterday you looked at how to write questions. Today, you're going to practice writing them! Have a look at the picture above. There are some pretty strange things happening in it! I bet you want to ask some questions about it! Well, you can! Write your questions into your book. Remember to punctuate them correctly!
Today we are going to be thinking about More than and Less than.
We are going to remind ourselves of the symbols we use to show more than and less than.
Below are two games you can play. One of the games you can play using Uno cards. Don't worry if you haven't got these, the game underneath is an online game.
Did you know?
Penguins an stay underwater for up to 20 minutes at a time.
Last time we looked at Penguins we learnt how to draw one. This time we are going to try and draw a different one.
Answers for Tuesday 28th April 2020
Word Scramble: the word was gold
Maths Challenge: the shape was an octagen, it has 8 vertices. Remember: Vertices mean corners.
Challenges for Tuesday: