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                           4 times tables                                                               Maths Quiz - 10 minutes 

                                                                                                            Compare and order numbers

                                                                                                                  English - 10 minutes

                                                                                              Place the comma to show the fronted adverbial

MATHS

WALT recognise factor pairs.

 

The factors of a number are the numbers that divide into it exactly.

The number 12 has six factors, they are 1 and 12, 2 and 6, 3 and 4.

If 12 is divided by any of six factors then the answer will be a whole number.

12 ÷ 4 = 3

English Lesson Resources/Quiz

ENGLISH SPAG

WALT use the prefixes -un, -dis and -mis

ZOOM LESSON 2

Create new words using using the prefixes and add them to the table. You can draw your own table.

Choose the GOOD or AMAZING/AWESOME task.

For the AWESOME TASK, can you think of your own words to add to the table?

 

GOOD

 

AMAZING/AWESOME

 

 

PFP 1: Use a dictionary to find the definition of at least 3 of the new words.

PFP 2: If I add the prefixes –un, -dis or –mis to the beginning of a word, it changes the meaning to the opposite. Is the statement true or false?

SCIENCE

WALA the types of teeth and their functions.
What do you already know about our teeth?
Make a quick mind map to show what you already know.


Why do we need teeth?
Our teeth have an important job. They help us to break up and chew food so its easier to digest and they also help us to talk.

                

Watch the following video about types of teeth.

To recap;

 

Look inside your mouth, use a mirror to help. Can you see the different types of teeth you have?

Can you draw them? Use the correct names for them and label them.

 

Can you remember the jobs of the different types of teeth?

Write a sentence next to your pictures to say what the job of each of type of tooth is.

Can you answer these questions?

How many Milk teeth have you lost?

How many adult teeth do you have?

Which type of teeth are you waiting to come through after losing your milk teeth?

READING COMPREHENSION

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