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4W: Wonderful 4W!

Published Thursday, November 10, 2011.
Last updated: Thursday, November 10, 2011

Hello, 2W. I hope you are well, wherever you are. I’m looking forward to seeing you soon. Here are some more things you can be learning at home:

Mathematics Learning

• Can I count on and back in steps of 2, 5 and 10?
• Can I recognise numbers in the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables?
• Can I follow the patterns I see to continue a times-table sequence?

Choose one of the websites from Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday to practise your 2, 5 or 10 times-tables.

• Can I solve a multiplication word problem and explain how I did it step-by-step?

Literacy Learning

If you are still learning your story, carry out one of the activities posted in Tuesday’s weblog.

If you have started to write your story, please continue. If you haven’t yet started and 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.

How are you getting on with your story? You can comment on our blog or you can email me, if you like. Ask mum or dad to help you.

Letters and Sounds

Write a sentence containing one of the words that you thought of yesterday. Do this with other words until you have written five sentences. (Look back at yesterday’s blog post if you need to.)