Riddle – Yesterday’s answer – Heroine
What English word has three consecutive double letters?
Answer tomorrow . . .
Spelling – Hidden words
Using this weeks spelling rule/words create an A4 drawing, then hide your words in the drawing. What you draw could be related to your words or it can be completely random and a drawing of your choice.
See if you can hide all the words in your chosen list. Bonus points if you can hide a word that is not in your list but still uses the same rule.
If you create a different word using the ei or ie rule then message the word on Teams.
Remember the rhyme – ‘ i ‘ before ‘ e ‘ except after ‘ c ‘. Does this rule work for all your spelling words?
Have a go at this Proof reading task. How many mistakes can you spot?
If you find this tricky. Try just finding the missing capital letters and full stops. Remember to read the passage out loud OR aloud in your own head to spot where the missing full stops are. Then the capital letters should be easier to spot after that.
Answers to follow tomorrow . . .
Number – times tables
This week we are practising the 7 and 8 times tables. Can you write out all the 7 and 8 times tables and then the corresponding division facts. Here is an example below . . .
7 x 1 = 7 7 ÷ 1 = 7
7 x 2 = 14 14 ÷ 2 = 7
Make all your multiplication sums one colour and your division sums a different colour!
Adding and subtracting using RUCSAC answers below –
Times Table practise using column method
We are going to practise our times tables using the column method now. We have all done this before so this is just more revision for you. Have a look at the following document to remind yourselves of the steps to take. There is also a helpful video explaining to steps also.
NOW choose one of the following tasks to have a go at. They are organised from easiest to most challenging. The answers are included in each of the documents. Just scroll right down!
I will save all the resources in Teams so if any file does not open have a look for it on Microsoft Teams.
As always any questions . . . just ask!