Today we are asking you to submit the Inquiry task.
Here is today’s learning:
How to Catch the Tooth FairyLearning Intention: .We are learning to make valid inferences using information in a text and our own prior knowledge.
Success Criteria: I can use clues to make inferences about what is happening in a text.
Answer these questions in your lined book:
Why would the children want to catch the tooth fairy?Why is the tooth fairy dressed in those clothes?What is the tooth fairy doing with the toothbrush?Why is the tooth fairy working at night?What does the tooth fairy’s house look like and why would it look this way?
Sustained Reading: Log on to Reading Eggs, click ‘Enter’ on “Reading Eggspress” and complete your set Assignment.Writing:Grammar – ArticlesWatch the clip: https://youtu.be/3sckr2JVnkoActivity – Literacy Planet task ‘Articles 1’
Writing – Independent PlanningWatch the clip: https://youtu.be/mpUqDfOyuG0
Activity – Plan own recipe as independently as possible
|Maths:Numeracy – Fractions 18.5.20|
We are learning to recognise and describe one half as one of two equal parts of a whole.
To get two thumbs up from your teacher, you should be able to say I can successfully recognise and describe one half as one of two equal parts of a whole.
Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLxbPQRIyjw and be thinking about all you now know about fractions, and especially a half.
What does a half mean? Have a think. Tell someone else at home what you think half means. Can you think of any examples of a half?
We are learning that a half means one part out of two equal parts of a whole or group. It means one part out of two.Today you are going to find some examples of a half in your house. We are also going to practice writing the number for a half, which is: ½ as well as the word half.Making a half means dividing an object or group into two equal parts, or fractions.
Write the title Fractions and today’s date at the top of your scrap book. Look around your house. How many different examples of a half of an object, or a group of objects, can you find or make?
Be creative! Look for food, toys, whatever you can find. Write or draw your examples of half, as well as the number ½ on a page in your book. Share them with someone at home, as well as your teacher. Good luck!
Log into Mathletics, choose the fractions tab and complete some tasks. How many gold bars can you earn?
What other fractions do you know? Do you know a quarter? Thirds? Eighths? See if you can find them in your house, and make another page in your scrap book to show what you know.
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