Thursday 19th & Friday 20th March
This week, we have been thinking about our favourite places in Cumbria. Upon choosing our place, the children have thought about different aspects of it and have written descriptions of these.
They have also considered personification, similes and alliteration.
We have started writing our poems and so it is important that the children finishn these. Children have uploaded what they have done so far onto SeeSaw.
It would be helpful if children could continue to learn and practise their times tables along with relatable facts. For example, if your child knows the 3 x 9 = 27, then what is 3 x 90? or 30 x 9? or 3 x 900? or 0.3 x 9? Knowing these facts are really important for other areas of maths too.
Children should login to their Doodle Maths accounts everyday and complete their daily tasks.
Any work your child completes at home can be uploaded to their SeeSaw account.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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