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Thursday 4th June

Good morning


Well the weather has certainly changed, it's made me a bit grumpy. I have loved all the sunshine and I not very happy about the rain (you all know how I hate it making my hair frizzy). So hopefully my work today will cheer you all up. I've tried to make it fun.




More revision of Fractions in Maths today. Don't forget BBC Bitesize has further resources.

Summer Term - Week 6 (w/c 1st June) - Lesson 4 - Fractions as operators.

The worksheets are below and there is a bit of a different challenge today I think you will like it. Why not play this game? Play the simplifying fractions version first but then have a go at the others. Maths Frame has lots of games so have a look!

Mrs Walker's group A

Click on the file below.  Write two multiplication sentences for each array.  The first one has been done for you.

Mrs Walker's group B

Click here to watch a video about rounding to the nearest 10.  Then complete the worksheet below.

Guided Reading

Another poem today, this one is called 'Jabberwocky' and is written by the author of 'Alice in Wonderland'. It is a poem I learnt at school and I have always loved. Lots of fun this one!

Mrs Walker's A and B groups

Read the Owl and the Pussy-Cat poem and then answer the questions.  You can check your work when you have finished.



We are going to have a go at writing a nonense poem next. Here is a powerpoint to get you started. You can have lots of fun with this, as you can make up your own words like CS Lewis or Roald Dahl.

Mrs Walker's A and B groups

Use the poetry writing template below to write a poem comparing yourself to different animals.  Think about the qualities that different animals have.  For example, I am like a tiger, I am strong and graceful.


I have found some great BBC videos that will help you with pronunciation and some easy conversation. They are all quite short clips so have a look which ones you would like to learn or maybe watch them all!



Finally, we have a fun lesson on collage -

Have a got either with paper from home (see what you have at home - ask your parents before cutting things up) or on a computer. There are lots of collage makers online for free. You do not need all the technical equipment he uses, a pair of scissors and glue is fine. I would love to see some of your creations.


Have fun and take care.


Mrs Garside