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Friday 19th June 2020

SPEEDY TIMES TABLES

 

 

WARM UP

 

Have a go at the answers to these wheels.

Don't worry about drawing out the wheels. Just write the answers.

 

FLUENCY

 

Area measures the surface inside a shape. Click on the width and the length to add them to the calculation. Then multiply the width and length to find the area of the shape.

 

 

This time we're looking at the space INSIDE the shape.

This is 7 squares across and 3 squares down.

 

You work out the area by multiplying the height by the width.

 

This means it is 7cm x 3cm = 21cm

 

 

Have a go at these questions into your red book. 

Don't worry about drawing out the shape - just write the answer into your book.

PROBLEM SOLVING

 

 

 

 

WARM UP

 

Have a go at these grammar and punctuation challenges in your writing books:

WALT: Use the 5 senses to add detail

 

 

To help build the scene from the young Viking's point of view, we can also use the 5 senses. This will also help us create show sentences. These types of sentences explain what a character is seeing, hearing, smelling, touching/feeling or tasting without saying the exact word. 

For example,

The young Viking was scared as he stared down at the fjord.

The young Viking trembled as he stared down at the fjord. His palms were damp with sweat and his heart beat a fast pulse. 

 

By using the Vikings senses of touch and feel, we can explain in more detail how the Viking reacted to being scared. 

 

Today, you are going to write a list of items for each of the senses as the young Viking. 

 

See

Hear

Smell

Taste

Touch

Ships

Ravens cawing

Damp wood

The salty sea air

Rough wool cloak

 

 

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