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# Week beginning 4th January 2021

Wednesday

English

Create a story map of the Iron Man. You can draw what happens in each paragraph and the write your version of the story.

Here is an example video for you to look at first.

who, what, where, why, when.

click on the link to access the test and questions;

Maths

Practise worded problems for addition and subtraction. Follow the link below to see examples and then have a go.

Thursday

English

Think about the Iron Man book what conversation do you think Hogarth may have with the Iron Man. Write the conversation with inverted commas. Here is a recap on inverted commas for you to practise before.

WALT: use inverted commas in your writing

S2S: To start a new line each time someone else speaks.

To insert inverted commas around the words which are spoken

Maths

WALT: solve worded problems for addition and subtraction

S2S:

• Read the problem carefully together.
• Use RUCSAC (Read Understand Calculate Solve Answer and Check) to make sure you understand.

History

Create a mind map of what you have learnt about the Stone Age. Here is a power point and example for you to have a look at. Click here to access.

WALT: create a mind map

S2S: Key areas to work on: living, food, tools,

Friday

English

Starter:

Re-cap on inverted commas. Read each slide carefully to remind you of what punctuation is needed and where.

Main activity:

Think about our class novel the Iron Man. Did you like the ending? How would you like to end the story?

WALT: write an alternative story ending

S2S: include some…

• Noun phrases
• Inverted commas

Maths

Starter:

Main activity:

WALT: solve worded problems by using formal written methods

S2S:

• Read the problem carefully together.
• Use RUCSAC (Read Understand Calculate Solve Answer and Check) to make sure you understand.

Challenge activity:

Work through each slide. Set out your work in your maths book like we would in class. You do not have to complete all of this.

Science

Skeletons

WALT: sort animals based on their skeletons.