Revise Sequencing by watching the clips and reading through the poster:


Open up the TCS book for your level (see CARS levels tab if you are not sure).

You will need to read both stories and answer the questions in your Reading Tab for Week 6 Tuesday.

You can just read through the ‘Learning About the Skill’ page, but you must answer all of the questions on  ‘Practice Page’ and ‘On Your Own’.

<<Book C.pdf>>

*if you are level B complete C

<<Book D.pdf>>

<<Book E.pdf>>

<<Book F.pdf>>

<<Book G.pdf>>

*if you are level H complete G


Yesterday you learnt about procedural texts and why we use and write them.

Today we are focusing on what procedural texts look like and how they are organised.

What are the structural features of a procedural text?

Title The title introduces what you will make or do, beginning with “How to”.
Goal/Aim The goal is a clear statement about the purpose of the procedure.
Materials/Equipment/ Ingredients The materials are a list of items that you will need to complete the task.
Method The method is a series of steps explaining how to complete the task.
  Conclusion Is a short paragraph that states the outcome and whether you achieved your goal


Copy and paste the procedural text below into your own OneNote, into Remote Learning-Writing-Week 2-Tuesday.

You are going to practise identifying the structural features of a procedural writing piece.


Read the following procedural text about how to make Pancakes. Highlight the different sections in the colours stated.

Orange – Title

Blue – Goal

Red – Materials/Equipment/Ingredients

Green – Method containing steps in order

Purple – Conclusion

Here is a simple and delicious pancake recipe to cook and enjoy by yourself, or to share with others.

1 cup milk

1 egg

2 tsp vanilla extract

2 cups self-raising flour

1/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda

1/3 cup caster sugar

25g melted butter

  1. Whisk milk, egg and vanilla together in a jug
  2. Sift flour and bicarbonate of soda into a batter
  3. Stir in sugar
  4. Make a well in centre, add milk mixture. Whisk until just combined.
  5. Heat a large frying pan. Brush pan with butter. Pour 1/4 cup mixture into the pan
  6. Cook pancake for 3 to 4 minutes or until bubbles appear on the surface, flip and cook for 3 minutes or until cooked through. Transfer to a plate
  7. Repeat with remaining mixture, brushing the pan with butter between batches.
  8. Serve with your favourite toppings

Now you have a healthy, hearty, home-made breakfast. Enjoy!


Below is a jumbled procedural text on ‘How to make a Banana Shake’.
Using the table above, re-order this into the correct structure.

Now you have a yummy, smooth banana shake to enjoy with your favourite meal or snack!


1.First, pour the milk into 1 bowl.

2.Next, peel the banana and mash it with the fork in the other bowl.

3.Then, add the banana to the milk.

4.Add the ice cream.

5.Next, beat the mixture with spoon until it is smooth.

6.Finally, pour mixture into glass.

7.Clean up dishes.

1 banana
2 bowls

1 cup milk
1 fork & 1 spoon

1 scoop vanilla ice cream1 glass

Here’s a quick and easy recipe to make a smooth, creamy and delicious treat –a banana shake!

Banana Shake

Early finishers activity:

Interactive game where you select a procedural text and have to choose the correct information – in the correct sequence.


Learning Intention

To solve equivalent number sentences involving addition and subtraction.

Success Criteria

I know that both sides of a balanced equation need to be the same.

I can find out what the equation needs to equal.

I can use the inverse operation to find a missing number.

Task 1:

Watch the link:

Balancing Equations-Addition and Subtraction

Task 2:

Complete the tasks below.