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Early Bird Morning Spellings

Select your colour and complete your Spiral spellings today.

Can you use them in a sentence?

Fluent in 5

Maths

WALT: Interpret pictograms (scaled 2, 5 and 10)

When we talk about the scale, we mean how much each picture represents. Yesterday, you created your own pictograms with different scales. The key tells you what each picture represents. 

 

For example, this key shows that each circle represents 10 cars so on Monday the car salesman sold 50 cars (there are 5 circles and 5 x 10 = 50). On Tuesday there are 4 and a half circles so the car salesman sold 45 cars (there are 4 full circles 4 x 10 = 40 and one half circle = 5).

 

Remember to check the scale each time as 1 picture might represent 2, 5 or 10!

 

To find out more about pictograms, follow this link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z493hcw

Spr2.6.3 - Interpret pictograms

English

SPaG WALT:  identify different types of sentences.

This lesson we will revisit the following punctuation and how it is used.

. = full stop

(used at the end of a sentence).

! = exclamation mark

(used at the end of a sentence like full stops but is used to show when something is surprising or forceful).

? = question mark

(used to show when a question has ended and are often used with sentences starting with who, what, when, where, why or how).

 

It will also visit the 4 main sentence types:

Statements

Questions

Commands

Exclamations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Task

Read the sentences and identify whether they are statements, questions, commands or exclamations.

Have a go at writing some examples of your own. Can you base them on penguin facts?

Too Tricky?!... Try this!

Music

WALT: Make music with our  bodies

 

Vocal and body sounds are sounds that are created using just our own bodies and with our voices.

To make the sounds, we might shout, sing, hum or hiss. There are so many other ways you can use your voice. Try some of your own.

We can also use our body to make percussion sounds. We can tap, click and clap. We can even use our feet to stamp or stomp!

 

Find out more using the powerpoint and try to make your own music!

 

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