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Spend 10 minutes on each of the websites below: 

TT Rockstarshttps://ttrockstars.com/

Spelling shedhttps://play.edshed.com/

Mathleticshttps://login.mathletics.com/

English

 

Read the diary entry and answer the questions about the text.                                                                        

Friday 30th November 2012

Dear Diary,

                I had the best day EVER today. I woke up this morning, the sun was shining through the curtains and I could smell breakfast cooking downstairs.  I jumped out of my bed, threw on my school clothes and skipped down to the kitchen.

      A delicious breakfast of pancakes with syrup was waiting for me on the table and I gobbled it down as quick as a flash. I grabbed my school bag, shouted “Bye!” to my mum and dashed out of the door to school.

      When I arrived at school, my teacher handed my homework back to me and a huge grin spread across her face. Guess what? I got 20 out of 20! I couldn’t believe it! We had my best lessons in the morning (Literacy and Geography).

      Before I knew it, it was lunchtime. The menu today was my favourite: Spaghetti Bolognaise followed by Chocolate pudding – yum! The afternoon flew by, and we ended the school day with a really fun game of Dodgeball, and we all cheered when my team won (of course).

After school, I came home and was met with the most amazing surprise; my mum told me that we were going out to the cinema and to Pizza Hut for dinner. We had a fantastic time!

I’m sitting on my bed writing this, remembering all the fun things that happened today. I hope tomorrow is just as good!

 

Ahmed

 

What did Ahmed have for lunch?

Why did he have the best day ever? Give 2 reasons. 

What was his surprise? 

How do you think he was feeling? Use evidence from the text. 

Find and copy a group of words that tell you the afternoon went quickly.

 

 

Times table work

Maths 

Lesson 1 - Recognise tenths and hundredths

Watch the video and then answer questions 1-3 off the activity sheet. Use the link below.

 

 

 

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