# Monday

SPEEDY TABLES

Look at these bar models. Write the multiplication and division facts for each bar model.

Look at these arrays. Which of the calculations match the array?

FLUENCY

WALT: recognise and describe quadrilaterals

KEY FACTS

A quadrilateral is a four-sided, 2D shape.

All of the sides of quadrilateral shapes are straight and the opposite sides of the shape are parallel to each other.

Quadrilateral shapes have four interior angles that add up to 360 degrees.

Can you think of any quadrilaterals?

Square

square is the only regular quadrilateral

all angles are equal

all sides are of equal length

opposite sides are parallel

Rhombus

all sides are of equal length

opposite sides are parallel

diagonally opposite angles are equal

Rectangle

with a rectangle, all angles are equal

opposite sides are of equal length

opposite sides are parallel

Parallelogram

with a parallelogram, diagonally opposite angles are equal

opposite sides are of equal length

opposite sides are parallel

Trapezium

with a trapezium, one pair of opposite sides is parallel

Kite

with a kite, two pairs of sides are of equal length

one pair of diagonally opposite angles is equal

Can you label and describe different quadrilaterals?

WARM UP

Using direct speech

It is important to punctuate direct speech correctly otherwise whoever is reading your work won't know when characters are speaking or what they are saying.

A good way of remembering how to correct speech is to use SCAPS - Speech mark, capital letter, actual words spoken, punctuation and speech mark.

For example: "Have you seen Mr Wilkinson's hair?" laughed Leo.

Have a go at correcting these sentences in your writing books.

Creative Writing Challenge

This week, you are going to be set a series of writing challenges. You will be given a scenario and it is up to you write the narrative. Your first challenge will be to write as a pet...

Things to include in your writing:

- fronted adverbials for when and where

- subordinate clauses for extra information

- expanded noun phrases for detail description

- direct speech (use SCAPS to help!)

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