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English - Writing
We have spent the past two weeks building up the characters and setting of our stories.
This week, we are moving onto planning our stories. Remember, planning is not writing. Planning is the skeleton of the story, it's really important to have the structure before you can add all the final touches when you come to do the writing.
Today we're going to think about the timeline of events that happens in your story.
Break it down:
English - Reading
Poor Mrs Beamish is so desperately sad at the death of her husband. Lord Spittleworth is cooking up a plan and Nobby Buttons is to blame. Click the link below to read Chapter 16.
Today, your task is to draw an illustration of a very sad Bert and Mrs Beamish.
This week, we are starting a new topic in maths. We are going to spend the next two weeks learning about time.
Time is a tricky topic, it is something that you need to practise regularly. Today, we're going to think about how we spend our time each day.
Below is a circle split into 24 segments, because there are 24 hours in a day.
Ruth has coloured in one of the diagrams to show how she will use each of those hours today. Your task today is to record what you do for each of the 24 hours in the day. You can use a circle like this or you can create a table for each hour.
This week is the first of three Children's Art Weeks. This week's theme is the Natural World. Over the next three weeks, we are going to have a look at the art work of three different artists and answer questions about their work. This week the artist we are looking at is Georgie Fay, just like us she is from London.
Follow this link: https://www.halfmoon.org.uk/whats-on/gallery/past-exhibitions/georgie-fay/ and go to the bottom of the page to see lots of Georgie's work.
Now think about these questions.
Work hard, stay safe and be kind.
Ruth and Emily