Can you do a magic trick?
- if your child can write this sentence easily add in some describing words e.g. The plastic handbag...
- Can they write another sentence about the handbag?
I can recognise odd and even numbers
Play this splat game to practise recognising odd and even numbers.
Choose the level to challenge your child.
I can recall the general aspects of an autobiography.
Before listening or reading the story talk with your child about what they remember.
• Why is the title a good title for the book/story? If you had to give it a different title, what would be another good title for it?
• What was Malala's problem? Did it get solved? How did Malala try to solve the problem?
• What happened because of the problem?
• Why do you think the author wrote this?
• What is the most important point that the author is trying to make in his/her writing?
We have previously written simple sentences for speech bubbles.
Today we are writing a simple sentence for a thought bubble.
Explain that the thought bubble shows what the character is 'thinking' and differs from a speech bubble because it looks like a 'cloud'.
I can locate Pakistan on on a world map.
Take this opportunity to have a look at a globe or atlas and help them to first locate England and then Pakistan on the map.
Can your child locate any other countries?