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Tuesday 12th May


Today we are going to start looking at a new book, although I'm keeping it a secret at the moment which book it is. (I know very sneaky!) Look at the worksheet below which includes an illustration (picture) from inside the book showing the main characters. Today I would like you to make some predictions about our new book. Write in notes around the outside of the picture (you don't need to write in long sentences unless you wish to). Think about the questions below when you are writing your notes:

What is the first thing you notice about the illustration? What can you tell about these characters? What assumptions might we make about them based on their appearance, their dress, their facial expressions, etc.? What clues are there that might allow us to starting predicting what this story might be about? Who is the main character? Where might it be set? What could happen? What position might the character be in at the start of the story and how might this have changed by the end?



A brilliant start yesterday on our new maths topic of 'Time'. Today we will be looking at the amount of hours in a day and converting units of time. Remember there are 24 hours in a day, so 48 hours in 2 days etc. I have attached a little song from youtube to help you learn (it's a little cheesy but bare with it). I have attached an 'Hours in a day' worksheet for you to complete. There is also a 'Time Conversions' true or false quiz on your 2Do's on Purple Mash you can have a go at.



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RE - This week Miss Ridge and I would like you to look at 'Breakfast by the Shore'. Read through the PowerPoint then complete the two tasks below.

  1. Draw a picture of Peter and the disciples on the boat. Add thought bubbles and speech bubbles to show their thoughts and feelings when they were in the boat.
  2. Draw a picture of the disciples and Jesus sharing breakfast on the shore.  Again, add thought bubbles and speech bubbles to show their thoughts and feelings.