Clayton St. John C of E Primary School

Growing together in Godâ€™s love

# Tuesday

Spend 10 minutes on each of these websites:

TT Rockstars: https://ttrockstars.com/

Spelling Shed: https://www.spellingshed.com/

Phonics

Look at the picture below.

To help us spell and use words, we need to know what they mean.

Look up the meaning of each of the words using a dictionary or the internet.  You may want to ask a grown up to help you.

Add your meanings to the blog so we can see what you have found out!

Yesterday, you looked up words that you were unsure of. Some of them might be used in today's work.

Look at the words below and match them to the correct meaning.

Did you look up some of these words yesterday? Are they all new words?

If you are unsure, you may need to look them up.

English

In our video today you are going to learn about 'inference'.

Can you remember what we have already learnt about 'inference'? Can you remember what is means?

we have done some of this before in our Guided Reading. It helps us to understand what is happening and how the characters are feeling in a text.

We will be reading pages 30-33. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

Maths

In today's Maths, we are going to be looking at some 2D and 3D shapes.

Watch the videos below to remind you what they are.

Remember:

• a 2D shape is flat and cannot be picked up.  It only has one face (like a drawing on paper)

• a 3D shape is something that can be picked up and has more than one face.

(like a dice (cube)  or a ball (sphere))

## 3D Shapes

Now that you have reminded yourself what a 2D and 3D shape is.

Take a look at the questions below.

Remember:

A 3D shape has different faces.  These faces can be 2D shapes

e.g. a cube has 6 faces.  Each face on a cube is in the shape of a square.

A 3D shape has edges. These are the lines that are on the edge of the shape.

Where the edges meet (2 or more edges) is called a vertex.  More than one vertex are called vertices

Challenge:

Try this question below.

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