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Wednesday 3rd February



  • understand that grouping is a way of dividing and use the division (÷) and equals (=) signs
  • discover the relationship between division and multiplication



  • understand that grouping is a way of dividing and use the division (÷) and equals (=) signs
  • discover the relationship between division and multiplication

What would a number sentence look like to describe the equal division so that we have the same number of penguins on each iceberg?

How many penguins altogether?

How many groups? (icebergs)

When you have worked out the icebergs see if you can do some maths relating to sizzling sausages!


Now back yo our snowy lands...

Put 20 snowballs on some trays to work out the following three number sentences:


Use 10 trays

Use 5 trays

Use 2 trays

Write the division question





Now you have divided equally, lets get some more practice...

Today we continue with the same sounds but with some new words:

Say the sounds as you write the words.

The best ways to learn is to look, cover, write and check.

Phonics: i  ie  y  i-e  igh

Subject based vocabulary:











food chain










What is a mound?

Is it a type of hole or a lump of something like earth?

Can you write a sentence about it in your journal?


And so the race begins…

The pugs speed away but so do all Sika and Shen’s competitors!!

They are heading for the North Pole - to the place where they hope to meet the Snow father. He is a magical person who lives in a mystical ice palace that can only be seen in True Winter. He only has one wish to grant which goes to the first person to visit him.

If you had only wish what would it be?

What do you think the Snow father looks like?

How could we describe him?



Here are some words that we could we put into some sentences…






Wizard like







This is a little snippet of something exciting to come…


We explored how the seals in our book have experiences that change the tone and mood of the book. The pictures show a whole world of powerful nature. Storms, turbulent seas and predators that affect the two seals.

If we were writing the book we would be exploring what would it be like to be a tiny seal pup in a huge sea.

When we write from the perception of someone or something else we are using empathy.

Empathy is when we put ourselves in the place of someone else and look out at what they see.

We imagine what they are feeling right now.

We guess what they are thinking and we ask ourselves what they are feeling?

The following shows how we can write using questions that give us empathy.To create the sentences you can draw a mind map considering the senses.... which helps us to write from empathy:



Can you write some sentences about how a lonely seal pup bobbing up and down in a huge stormy sea may feel?

 (using the questions?)






Can you write some sentences about how a seal pup snuggling up to it’s mother on a sunny day by the shore, may feel?

 (using the questions)


Can you write some sentences about how Cimru losing her seal may feel?

 (using the questions)

Can you write some sentences about how the seagull flying overhead may feel when it sees the seal pup on the shore on its own?

 (using the questions)


Walt: I can identify key features in a story.

In RE we have explored the miracle of walking on water and the miracle of getting a man who could not stand, to walk:

It can be hard to imagine what it would have been like as it happened such a long time ago. Many of the clothes that were worn, and jobs people had would have been a little bit different to what we have now.

No lighting or TV or computer games. Houses would have looked different to how we may expect and digging through a roof with spades to make a hole is not something we would do now.

Can you print out (or draw using a ruler) the model of the house, colour and fold to show what this house would have looked like with the flat roof:

Can you go though the following words which you will need when we look at our story from the bible next week about feeding many people with little food.


The Bible is a collection of religious stories or scriptures sacred to Christians and people following other religions.


Coming back from the dead


an extraordinary and welcome event that is cannot be explained by Science.

"the miracle of rising from the grave."



Person who has arrived to save everybody/ or one person from danger


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