Year 6: The live Maths lesson will start at 9.30am. We will be doing lesson 6 Unit 7- decimals, Complete the pages from your practice book ( your new one if you have it at home). Self mark your work, correcting any answers the best you can.
You may find a place value grid useful for helping you to work out decimal questions. Click here to find one to help you with your work.
Practise making decimal numbers with this online resource too.
Year 5: The live Maths lesson will start at 10.30. We will be doing Lesson 11 Unit 7. Complete the pages from your practice book and self mark your work, correcting any errors the best you can. You also have the End of Unit check to complete in your practice book on pages 39/40. Then have a go at the Power Play on page 41.
You may find a multiplication grid helpful whilst you get used to using the written methods. Click here to find one to help you with your work.
English: Following on from our live lesson today, you task for the next three days will be to write a flashback story from the point of view of one of the animals from the story 'Eye of the Wolf'.
Choose one of the animal characters from the pictures below and record their memories on the 'animal memories' sheet below. Next, begin planning your story.
Suggested format for a story plan based on the Eye of the Wolf:
1.Story beginning- Describe the zoo from the animal's perspective.
2.Flashback to your natural habitat ( desert/rainforest etc) and describe the setting as a contrast to the opening.
3.Describe experiences with humans- introduce one main character ( eg. The boy) and tell a story that links the character with the human.
4 Bring the story back to the opening (this makes it a flash back story) in the zoo and how the human character has come to be in the zoo looking at the animal character.
I have set you a 2Connect planning sheet on Purple Mash. Try using this to plan your story and save it to your work folder. Alternatively, plan your story on a piece of paper/ in your book.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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