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Monday

MATHS WARM UP

 

1. 

What are the next numbers in this sequence?

8, 16, 24, ___, ____, ____

What is the pattern? 

 

2.

Two factor pairs of 16 add up to 10.

What are they?

MATHS

WALT:  add numbers including regrouping

 

Remember every Monday we will work on our fluency of calculation.

Watch the video to help you and then have a go at the questions into your book.

 

Adding numbers incl regrouping

Still image for this video

Have a go at these questions into your red book.

Remember: one digit in each square.

Be careful with your place value.

 

564 + 456

372 + 79

478 + 933

486 + 895

352 + 4563

5307 + 4892

2843 + 4873

MONDAY MATHS CHALLENGE

Have a go at these questions into your red book.

ENGLISH WARM UP

ENGLISH

WALT: Create a poem

 

Like song lyrics, poetry can be an amazing outlet for expressing feelings and emotions through words. 

 

During this time, when we have to remain at home, we can draw on our surroundings as inspiration for creativity that can keep us feeling connected. We can look at the family we have supporting us, the activities we have been doing and the outside world where spring is moving into summer.

 

Below is the poem 'Wild Geese' by Mary Oliver. It is a poem about loneliness but also about carrying on as nature always does. Have a read and a listen. How does the poem connect with you?

 

TASK:

Have a go at creating your own poem. Use your experiences and emotions of the last few weeks to help you. 

 


 

 

 

"Wild Geese" by Mary Oliver (read by Tom Hiddleston)

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