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Wednesday 29th April

Reading

Read for 20 minutes – talk to someone about your book if you can. If someone can ask you questions about your book, even better! Don’t forget you can read ‘First News’ too, or listen to some stories using these links:

I have given you this link before – it is for books online, in case you are running out!!

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PE

Choose a PE activity from the PE icon or tune in to ‘P.E. with Joe’!

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English

Grammar activity

 

Parenthesis – we have looked at this a lot at school. It is where extra information is added into the sentence. For example:

 

Peter enjoys playing on his play station. (No parenthesis)

 

Peter, who is ten years old, enjoys playing on his play station. (With parenthesis)

 

The attached worksheet has three pages which get harder – just choose one page to do. Also it says add brackets or dashes – don’t forget you can add commas as well like above.

 

Just write it out on paper, you don’t have to print it.

 

One last thing – the sheet says parentheses – that is just the plural of parenthesis.

 

Maths –  

To find fractions of amounts

 

Remember to find a fraction of an amount, you divide the amount by the denominator (bottom number) and then multiply that answer by the numerator (top number)

 

Eg: 2/3 of 12 =      12÷3 = 4       4x2= 8

 

To find the shaded fraction of a shape you add up all the parts which is your denominator (bottom number), then add the shaded parts which is your numerator (top number)

 

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Parts = 12 shaded = 4      =4/12

 

There is one sheet with three sections – C1, C2 and C3. Just choose one section. I think most of you should be able to do C2 or C3. Just write it out onto paper.

 

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Art:

 

Continue with the art set by Mrs Boyd. If you have already created a Monet style picture, try another one.

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