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Tuesday 28th April 2020

Maths: fractions knowledge organiser - this might help with the last few lessons on fractions

Good morning Titan class!!!


Start the day with Joe Wicks!



Start with 10 minutes of TTRockstars. Come on Titan, we need to get our numbers up!!!

Now look at Chapter 6, lesson 11 and complete worksheet 11 on pages 176-177




This weeks spellings are:







Can you write these spellings into silly sentences? Can you get them into one silly paragraph?



Look at the same picture as yesterday, talk to a grown-up about what you see.

Sick sentences!

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need your help to get better. Can you help?

Anna sat down. Anna touched the mirror. The glass moved.


Now ... Story starter!

She had found it lying alone, deserted, abandoned in the attic. After making the discovery, Anna had gazed and marvelled at it for some time. Where had it come from? Why had no dust settled upon it, as it had done over everything else that resided in her attic? A layer of the thick dust blanketed the attic floor, and as the sunlight glared through the attic windows, the dust particles yet to settle were illuminated as they hovered in the stuffy air. Yet, the mirror looked flawless, untouched by age, not a finger print in sight.

Anna propped the mirror up against one of the thick, timber beams that jutted from the attic floor. Settling down into a comfortable position, she tentatively placed a finger against the glass…

Finish the story.



Look at this picture of a piece of Aboriginal art:


Look at the picture above and answer these question.

  1. What is the animal in the picture?
  2. Why do you think the artist has shown this animal in the picture? (Why might the animal be important to the artist?)
  3. What is the artist telling us about the animal?
  4. What colours has the artist used ? 
  5. How has the artist painted the picture?
  6. What do you think the pattern is in the background?
  7. What do the shapes in the pattern mean and why are the circles joined together?

Now you've had a good look at the art, can you have a go at recreating it. Can you include a different animal?

Look at the image next to the art as this shows you the different patterns they used and what these patterns meant.


When you have created these masterpieces, please get a grown-up to email them to I look forward to seeing them!