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Thursday 30th April

Thursday morning - hope you are enjoying showing your work on your Class Dojo portfolios.

1.The Daily Five – Maths

Mental Maths:  Using your whiteboard and pen.  Practice your 5 times tables ‘randomly’ (out of order) only up to 12x5. 

Then have a go at your 3 times tables starting with 1x3=3, 2x3=6, up to 12x3=36 (remember you are counting up in 3’s) You can show this using arrays/peapods. 

 

 

When you are finished I would love to see a photo of your times tables practice on Class Dojo.

Now you might like to have a go at the 3 times table song by NumberJacks:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OPTfVcoCO4

TODAY WE ARE GOING TO HAVE ANOTHER GO AT FINDING A THIRD OF A NUMBER WHERE THE DENOMINATOR (the denominator is always the whole number) IS MISSING.

 

1/3 of ___  = 3                                   1/3 of ____ = 4

 

 

1/3 of ___ = 5                                  1/3 of____ =  6

 

Have a go at the worksheet attached in Class Dojo called:  Missing Fractions

 

2. The Daily Five – Literacy

 

TODAY'S Phonics:   Weekly Spelling Test

Ask your parents/carers to give you a spelling test on the words you have been practising this week.

Then for the ones you haven’t quite got right practice 3 times each.  Well Done! You have worked hard.

 

3. The Daily Five - Exercise and Outside Time

 

 

This week we are going to do our exercise with Mr Coggins:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXfzEIjj2fU

 

4. The Daily Five - Project

Today we are going to watch the first and second episode about Mojo learning about what a mood is:  Mojo is in a bad mood, affecting everyone around him. How can he make sense of his emotions? Is there anything he can do to feel better?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2ePf66zne8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOrK6-CxlAg

Now why don't you have a go at decorating and making a paper aeroplane and have some fun at getting it to fly.

5. The Daily Five - Reading and Writing

Finish off your Persuasive Poster and please send it to me on Class Dojo.  We can then share these on our home learning pages next week.

 

 

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