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4W: Wonderful 4W!

Wonderful Wednesday

Published Wednesday, November 09, 2011.
Last updated: Wednesday, November 09, 2011

How are you getting on with your learning? Please let me know.

Mathematics Learning

Click here for activities related to the following learning questions:

  • Can I count on and back in steps of 5?
  • Can I recognise numbers in the 5 times-table and explain the patterns I see?
  • Can I use the patterns I see to see if other numbers belong to the 5 times-table sequence?

Click here for an activity to practise the 5 times-table.

Click here for an activity related to the following learning question:

  • Can I write multiplication sentences and explain what my multiplication sentences mean?

Literacy Learning

Whilst still learning your story, carry out one of the activities posted in yesterday’s weblog.

When you can tell your story really, really well, you can start to write your story. This might take a few days. You don’t need to write it all in one go! But – remember to read your story through when you start writing again to make sure that you don’t miss anything out.

Try to include:

  • Capital letters and full stops for each sentence;
  • Capital letters for names;
  • Storytelling language, for example, Once upon a time...;
  • Connectives;
  • Adjectives to describe people, places and things.

Check out your class weblog for other activities.

Letters and Sounds

Earth – Challenge - How many words can you think of that contain the sound ‘ng’? (If you need some help, have a look at the video using the link on the left.)

Jupiter – Challenge - How many words can you think of that contain the sound ‘wh’? (If you need some help, have a look at the video using the link on the left.)

Why not send me a photo of you and your learning?


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