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Tuesday 9th February

Today is Safe Internet Day where we need to explore how to stay safe online.

If you are worried by anything you see online, tell a trusted adult who can help you. 

Remember the three things we discussed in class:

Don't share personal information

Be polite and respectful of others

If the situation doesn't feel right - report it and block it




Walt: divide by 5 and identify links with multiplying by 5. To be able to use division facts for the 5 times table and relate them to multiplication facts.

Can you find answers to the following?

 you may like to use the air bubble to help you divide:



Phonics: oo   u   oul

Subject based vocabulary:

This week the words are all from Pugs of the Frozen North



















What is a compass used for?

 If you were to describe a compass to someone who had never seen one before, what would you say?


So we have been scared by the Kraken at Kraken's Deep - he nearly had Sika and Shen for breakfast but the 66 brave little pugs protected them. Today we will explore further the dangers of the race...



The above shows a danger that Shen and Sika may face while racing to the top of the world to meet the snow father. Can you guess from these two pages what might be happening in the book?

What is a Yeti and why is it part of the story of the race?

How could you describe a yeti? Is it kind? is it mean? Is it furry?

Is it warm? Is it cold? Is it playful? Is it fierce?


We have explored punctuation of sentences…

Full stops at the end of a sentence:

The frog jumped.


Question marks for questions:

Did the frog jump?


Exclamation marks when we feel strongly about something.

The frog was extremely angry!


Put the missing punctuation mark in each sentence:


  1. Where do you come from
  2. What a funny name
  3. The spaceship landed
  4. The door opened slowly
  5. Run for your life


Walt: create a zig zag fact file selecting information about animals of the Antarctic.


Yesterday we explored the Orca Whale and created a fact file. Today we are in the Antarctic exploring the local wildlife.


Select three of the following animals and find out some facts that you think are interesting.


Can you create a fact file about these amazing animals that survive in the coldest environments on earth?


The format is different. Cut a strip of paper and fold so that you create a zigzag booklet which you can stick in your journal.