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Friday 22nd May 2020

Good morning 5/6AA.  It's the end of week 7.  Next week is half term so there won't be any online work to do.  Hopefully, the weather will stay like this and it will feel like we have really gone on holiday.  Make sure that you do lots of fun things over half term, but before we need to do some work.  So, here are your tasks for today:


Click here to go to the BBC Bitesize lesson for today.  It is the Friday quiz.  Have a go at all the questions and then  check how many you got correct.  Next, click on the file below and answer the two-step division problems.  Check your answers when you have finished.


Read the extract about Pippi Longstocking and then answer the questions.  This links to the writing task that you will do next.


You are going to create a new sweet or chocolate bar and then plan an advert for it.  First you will need to draw your product (the sweet or chocolate) and explain all of the features (what is it made of?, how big is it?, what colour is the packaging?, what is it called?).  Once you have done that you are ready to start planning your advert.  Read through the what good adverts need file below and then use the advert plan file to plan your advert.   You need to include a lot of detail in your plan.

Mrs Walker's group A


Click on the file below.  Add the coins in each row to find the total.

Mrs Walker's group B


Click on the file below.  Let's see how how good you are at your times tables now.  Fill in each square on the grid by completing the multiplication.

Mrs Walker's A and B groups


Click on the baking bread questions file and answer the questions.  When you have finished check your work using the baking bread answers file.


Open the file below and complete all of the tasks.

Whole class

Afternoon work

This afternoon I would like you to go out outside into your garden and use the first file (garden flowers identification) below to help you identify any flowers that you see.  Then click on the second file (my garden design) and design your own garden.