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Wednesday 22nd April 2020


Chapter 6 -Fractions

Lesson 7-Simplifying Improper Fractions

Now complete pages 169-170 in you workbook.



Carry on practicing this week's spellings:








Remember to write them at least 3 times.



Tomorrow and Friday we will start writing a story about this picture.  Yesterday you looked at pronouns. Today I would like you to write some expanded noun phrases that you could use in your story. If you need a refresher, have a look at this. We have used it before in class


Remember - an expanded noun phrase just takes the noun (e.g. dog) and adds adjectives to describe it (mammoth, hairy), so you get The mammoth,hairy dog. Then you can add a verb to make it a sentence... such as The mammoth, hairy dog slobbered at the sight of the food bowl.



Here are some adjectives and phrases that you can use to get you started:

fur, hair, whiskers, beard, locks, wooly, furry, soft, silky, long, thick, untidy, wild, huge, massive, enormous, bright, vivid, gleaming, goggling, thick, agile, stiff, wagging


Look closely at the pictures from the start of the book 'Window' by Jeannie Baker. Write a list of what you can see.

Is anything the same in the pictures? What is different? Write 3 similarities and 3 differences.


What do we know about our characters from the second picture? (hint - look on the windowsill). What do you think the next page might have on it? Why do you think this?



Inspired by our reading book, today can you have a go at drawing the view from your window. 


This is Mrs Inman's attempt at drawing the view from her lounge window. Send us your pictures via our class email address


These clips might give you a helping hand and