Today you will be looking at dividing two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers!
Follow the link below (named ‘BBC Bitesize Daily Lesson’) and watch the three video clips on the webpage.
Once you have done this, have a go at Activities 1 and 2 which are attached as PDFs below and use the answers provided to check your progress so far!
Finally, follow the link below named ‘Activity 3 Interactive MyMaths Lesson’ and attempt this final task!
We hope you enjoy today’s lesson.
Today’s lesson poetry is taught by Mr Mac and the focus is on features of poetry. The link is at the bottom of this overview.
Like yesterday, you will begin with a quiz recapping yesterday’s learning, how will you do?
Then it is time to start the lesson video. Once again there will be a word of the day - why don’t you record these words in you exercise book so that you can look back and use them in your own writing. You could call this your Magpie Page (magpies collect shiny things and you are collecting interesting and unusual words!).
After this, Mr Mac will take you through the features of the WAGOLL (what a good one looks like) which has been written by Miss Cleasby.
Now it is your turn to identify the features of a poem in today’s independent activity. Finally, Mr Phillips will mark your work with you!
Words with the long /ai/ sound spelt 'ey'
hey, they, obey, grey, prey, whey, survey, convey, disobey, purvey
Today we would like you to write a sentence for each of the words above e.g.
Some bakeries and restaurants purvey strawberry cake.
We would be extra pleased if you could write in continuous cursive handwriting (with lead-ins) and don't forget each sentence will need a capital letter and full stop!