This week we are continue our learning about money. We are going to solve some word problems and estimate different amounts.
If you do not have your workbook then the sheets are attached or you can write the answers on paper. I expect most of you to complete the workbook but if you are finding it tricky then there is a different worksheet for you to try on each lesson.
Lesson 4 - Money review
Have a go at the money review (Review) on pages 59 - 64.
If you get stuck at a question then have a look back at your work or watch the videos again.
The answers will be up next week.
This week we are going to be learning about how to write instructions. I have put some videos on the website to help you. If you are unable to access the videos, the task and resources are under each video.
Goal: To explore a text
What do you need at the start of a sentence?
What do you need at the end of a sentence?
What can we do to make sure our sentence makes sense?
Read the model text (How to get to Starshine City)
Draw and fill in the grid about the text.
(What do you like about the text?)
(What do you dislike about the text?)
(What questions do you have about the text?)
(What other texts does it remind you of?)
Goal: To make a toolkit for instructions
When do we use instructions?
Read the model text again (How to get to Starshine City)
Use the video on the website to help you to find the features of the text.
If you do not have access to the video, look at the toolkit on the word document and find an example of the feature in the text and write it down.
Goal: To use imperative verbs
What was in the instructions toolkit?
Imperative verbs are verbs which tell you what to do. They are often at the beginning of a sentence.
Eat your fruit. Write the date.
Write a sentence with these imperative verbs in
For example: Make a paper aeroplane
Goal: To use imperative verbs.
What is an imperative verb? Can you give an example of an imperative verb.
Task 1: Which of these words are imperative verbs. Make a note of them in your home learning books or on a piece of paper
Task 2: Can you change these sentences into imperative sentences? Write the imperative sentences in your home learning book.
Please could you go and brush your teeth- Go and brush your teeth.
Could you put your shirts back into your wardrobe?
Would you mind peeling an orange for your baby sister?
Perhaps you could go outside and play football.
Do you think you could finish your maths homework?
Task 3: Now change these sentences so that they are not imperative sentences.
Go and stand in the corner.
Put that pencil back in the pot.
Swim to the other side of the pool.
Listen to the video or get an adult to read these sentences to you. You should write them down without looking at the answers. You must remember to use the correct punctuation, neat handwriting and try to spell all of the words correctly.
I like to eat fruit.
Are you keeping busy?
You must complete your work.
I caught a big fish.
It is important to learn your spellings.
Is she famous?
You must remember to use a capital letter.
Pasta is a popular food.
I promise to finish my work.
We had a surprise party.
This week we are going to be looking at an extract called 'Practising the piano'. Have a go at finding word class, answering questions and continuing the story.
Lesson 1 - Reading for pleasure
Spend some time today reading a book of your choice. You can choose to read to a family member or your pet if you wish.
There are lots of book on the Epic Reading website and lots of comics too if you like those. I will have a look on the teacher account on what kind of books you have been looking at.
Lesson 2 - Reading aloud.
Have a go at reading the extract 'Practising the piano'. Read it inside your head first and check any tricky words with an adult or using a dictionary.
Now try reading it aloud. Think about how Megan is feeling. Can you show these feelings in your voice?
Lesson 3 - Answering questions
Re-read the text to remind you what happens then have a go at answering these questions about the text.
Don't forget to answer your questions in full sentences.
Lesson 4 - Predict the story
Re-read the text again.
What do you think is going to happen next?
Continue the story of what happens to Megan. Use the questions below to help you.
Is Megan ever going to practice the piano?
Is Megan going to keep finding other stuff to do all day?
What happens if she doesn't practice the piano?
Is Megan going to get into trouble?
Lesson 5 - To make connections with the text.
Have you ever put something off like Megan?
What did you do instead of doing as you were told?
Write about a time where you put something off. You may use your imagination to write about a time if you have not experienced this.