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Tuesday 24th March

*There are a couple of children’s Home Learning books/resources that weren't sent out due to absences last week. These are at the school office*


David Walliams is reading a daily audiobook (Today's is Spoiled Brad)


Question of the day...



Lesson Objective: I can answer reasoning questions.

Have a look at the booklet of maths questions that you took home last week.  Have a go at as many as you can. Questions 3-5 are questions that are read out loud (written below). If you need it, ask an adult to help you with reading any of the other questions. 


(Parents: Depending on your child, you might want to break the booklet down into chunks and do some of it on different days. This is not a problem and is how we would operate in school as every child has a different concentration span.)


Questions to read out:

Q3- Look at the circle. Part of the circle is shaded. Tick the fraction below that shows the shaded part of the circle.

Q4- There are thirteen marbles in a jar. The jar can hold twenty marbles. How many more marbles can fit in the jar?

Q5- Write the same number in both boxes to make the multiplication correct.


Lesson Objective: I can create a character description for an ogre.

In traditional stories the characters often look different in each version you read.


Task 1: Spend some time now drawing your own ogre/giant who lives at the top of the beanstalk. This can be done in your English book. 


Think about these things when you are creating your ogre:

  • What clothes does your ogre wear?
  • Are they a friendly or fierce ogre? 
  • What do they like to do/not like to do?
  • What do they eat?
  • What unusual features do they have? (crooked nose? broken teeth? 3 eyes?!)
  • How tall are they? Taller than Mr Rogalski? surprise


Here are some ideas to get you thinking:


Task 2: Write some sentences about your ogre below your drawing. Use the example and word mat to help you.