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Early Bird Morning Spellings

Select your colour and complete your sheet today.

Can you use them in a sentence?

 

Today is QUIZ day so at some point why not ask a grown up to read your spellings out and you see if you can spell them? wink

English 

SPaG WALT: use the past tense suffix -ed

Can you write the past tense for jump and wave?

 

Hopefully you used the 2 rules from last week...

Rule 1: add –ed (jump + ed)
Rule 2: if it ends in an e just add –d (wave + d)

Jumped 

Waved

Guess What...
There are 2 more rules!

 

 Rule 3: Double Consonant ?Rule

When a short word has a short vowel and it ends with one consonant we double the last consonant and add (ed).

The short vowel needs more friends.
stop    stopped
drop    dropped
fan      fanned

 

Rule 4: verbs that end in y change the y to an i and add -ed.

try          tried
cry         cried

Remember to watch out for the  irregular verbs!

Fluent in 5

 

 

Maths

WALT: Divide by 10

 

Today you will be continuing our week on division by dividing by 10.  This week we have thought about using sharing circles to divide as well as using our times tables.  Practising your 10 x table will help!

 

 

You can use any of those methods to divide but there is a simple trick you can use too!
 

When you divide by 10, you move all of the numbers along a column.

 

For example 30 ÷ 10 =

 

 

The number becomes 10 times smaller. You just take off the zero!

 

 

 

Spr2.4.4 - Divide by 10

Multiply by 10 | Learn Multiplication | Multiply By Music | Jack Hartmann

Geography

WALT: Identify hot and cold areas of the world

 

Do you know the difference between the weather and the climate?

Today we will be learning about the different climate zones of the world and how some places are hotter than others.

 

Places that are closer to the equator are usually hotter because they are closest to the sun.

 

Places that are further away from the equator as coldest because they are further away from the sun.

 

Find out more using the Powerpoint below.

Now using the information from the Powerpoint, can you colour the map of the world to show the different temperatures? Don't forget to colour in the key!
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