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English

In English today, we will be identifying the different features of a fable. A fable is a short story that features animals and plants which are personified (given human characteristics). A fable always ends with a 'moral' which teaches the reader a lesson.

 

Your task today is to identify the different features and then pick out example of these from the fable 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf'

 

Listen and watch the videos below to help you. Firstly, identify the features and then listen to the fable so you can pick out the examples.

Features of a fable

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Geography

This week we are learning to explain how volcanoes are formed. Read through the power point and watch the videos to help you complete the sheet.

 

Volcano

Tectonic Plates and Boundaries Explained

Maths

Yesterday we were looking at thirds of a shape, today we are going to find thirds of amounts. 

 

For example   of 18 is 6.

 

 

Fractions Song

Fraction song

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