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Friday 26th February

Happy Friday!

 

Well done for working so hard again, it has been lovely seeing your work.  If you have not yet sent your work for this week, can you please send it today.

 

Remember to email me on Purple Mash if you need help.

 

Have a lovely weekend :)

NEXT Steps: test yourself or get a adult to test you on the spelling words for this week.  For any that you get wrong, use your No Nonsense Spelling techniques to practice them.  Good luck!
In this lesson, we will recap the tone and themes of John Lyons' poems 'Carnival Jumbie' and 'Carnival Dance Lesson'. We will then create senses word maps to describe what we might see and hear at a carnival to use in our own poems. Teaching sequence and video clips of John Lyons reading poems from CLPE (https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline/resources/teaching-sequences/dancing-rain)
In this lesson, you will explore a series of shapes which grow in size. You will be spotting the patterns and exploring them so that you can make a general statement about the rules of this pattern. Using the general rules you have discovered, you will be able to find out the number of shapes needed for any term in the sequence. You will also learn how to investigate the patterns logically.

LO: To retrieve information

 

Choose your level and answer the questions.  Use the exact words if you can.  If you are giving your own opinion, remember to link it to the text. Don't forget to mark your work and self assess. 

SCIENCE

Open the document for the task this week and complete the task and quiz.  The Knowledge Organiser may help you.

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