Good morning! It is the end of the week. I am sorry that I haven't been able to call and speak to all of you just yet. I am looking forward to meeting you all next week Friday for our transition day. You will get more details from Joan and Barbara about the day. Pauline was really happy to see some of you at the book swap. Shyma misses you all very much and sends you good wishes.
Thank you Aaliyah for your brilliant home learning. It is a joy to see your amazing work again and again. Love the dialogues you have created between George and Grandma with exciting verbs too. Good use of time connectives to show the order of the horrible things that had happened to Grandma. Love the fruit plates you have made. Very creative indeed! Great job with division problems where you have drawn objects to represent the division and made equal groups to solve problems. You also used your times table fats effectively. Can you go this problem to see if you have worked them out correctly? (6 tens divided by 6). Superb effort Aaliyah.
Thank you Mohammed for sharing your maths learning. Your effort and hard work during this pandemic has been really encouraging and you are a role model showing good attitude towards learning. Keep up the fantastic work!
Fantastic home learning Amelia. What a great effort with your maths learning. You have become super confident in your multiplication and division and using your times table fact solve tricky problems. So proud of your independent learning Amelia. Well done!
Enjoy reading some of the chapter 4 that you have been writing with your own ideas. How similar or different is your chapter to Roald Dahl's?
So the medicine did marvellous and outrageous things to Grandma. Do you think George is pleased with the medicine he has made? Today, I want you to create a small advert to sell his medicine. What could you add in your advert so that people will be interested to buy your medicine? Look at the starting of my advert. Can you write your advert using the toolkit below.
Picture of your medicine bottle
Start with a question - Are you looking for a medicine to cure that old, mean Grandma of yours?
Catchy phrase - Never fear, George's Marvellous Medicine is here!
Offers / special price - Buy one get one free! only £5.99
Use powerful words - outstanding, extraordinary, powerful, spectacular
Bossy verbs - Buy it now before it runs out!
Where to buy? - Find the medicine in your nearest Tesco, Asda or Lidl
Geroge's Marvellous Medicine
Are you fed up of your Grandma bossing you around all day? Don't worry, this marvellous medicine is the cure to all your problems. A few drops of this extraordinary mixture will fix her strange ways....
Have a go at the word problems. Read the questions carefully. Write the number sentence before you strat working out. Draw the problem out and count in equal groups.