Today we are asking you to submit the Writing task.
Here is today’s learning:
|Reading:How to Catch the Tooth Fairy|
Learning Intention: We are learning to summarise a text.
Success Criteria: I can summarise what happened in a text.
We are learning the Smell the Rose Rule – the two sounds of ‘s’
-I will be able to apply the Smell the Rose rule when reading words containing the letters ‘s’, working out which words will make the /s/ or /z/ sounds.
– I will explain the Smell the Rose rule.
Join in with the sound pack demonstration.
Revise the Gentle Cindy Sound Pack
Watch the Smell the Rose slide
Write the title Smell the Rose rule and today’s date in red pencil.
Write the numbers 1 to 10 down the left -hand side of your page.
Listen while Ms Wilson reads some words that have the letter ‘s’ in them.
Write a ‘s’ or a ‘z’ depending on whether you hear a /s/ or a /z/ sound.
Check your answers with those on the answer slide.
Writing: (To be submitted)Grammar – Articles
Watch the clip: https://youtu.be/N9gRRImEsok
Activity – Literacy Planet task ‘Articles 2’
Writing – Independent Drafting
Watch the clip: https://youtu.be/nNfD3VrKKPw
Activity – Draft own recipe as independently as possible
|Maths:Numeracy – Fractions 19.5.20|
We are learning to recognise and interpret common uses of halves, quarters and eighths of shapes, and to record these fractions as a number.
To get two thumbs up from your teacher, you will be able to say I can recognise and interpret common uses of halves, quarters and eighths of shapes.
Yesterday we learnt about the fraction half. We learnt that it means one part out of two equal parts of a whole thing or group of things. We also learnt how to write the number ½. You may have found half an orange, or half a group of pencils. You may even have found half a dollar!
Today we are going to learn about some more fractions – quarters and eighths.
To start off, watch and listen to this clip:
Fractions Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnFrOetuUKg
What do you think you know now about quarters and eighths?
A quarter is one part out of four equal parts. Like in the clip, when you cut, divide and share a pizza into four equal parts, or cut your sandwich into four quarters.The number quarter is written like this: ¼. You can write the word ¼ as either a quarter or one quarter, because it is one part out of four equal parts of a whole. It is a smaller fraction than ½, because it has been shared into more pieces.
An eighth is one part out of eight equal parts. When you share an object like a chocolate block into eight equal parts, each share is one eighth.
In your scrap book, write the title Fractions and today’s date at the top of the page. You’re now going to draw some circles, squares and rectangles in your book, and practice dividing them into quarters and eighths by drawing lines. Remember to make them into equal parts.
You can also write and draw any quarters fractions you find in your house. Bonus points if you can find or make any eighths in your house.
Visit IXL maths website:
Please note again that we get free access to 10 questions each day, so you may wish to go back and play some more another day.
Draw and write what 2, 3 and 4 quarters would look like. Also what 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 eighths would look like.
Also have a go at doing the questions on Attachment 1. These have some other fractions for you to practice!
|Indonesian:Please see this week’s Learning Task.|