Our English lesson today is based on identifying features of a text.
Follow the instructions from the video- remembering to pause and complete the activities when asked to. Use the 'next activity' or green dots at the bottom of the page to navigate through.
Remember to add to your magpie page as you watch the video.
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Today you will be revising square and cube numbers. Can you remember the difference between them? Do cube numbers link to the volume of 3D shapes in any way?
1. Read through the Learning Reminders to revise what square and cube numbers are.
2. Choose between the Mild and Hotter tasks. It would be helpful to learn square numbers off by heart so that you can recall them easily. Otherwise, go through your times tables to remember what the square numbers are. Complete as many cube number equations as possible. For the Hotter task, find out which questions are correct and then show the correct workings.
Complete the A Bit Stuck section if you find it a little tricky. This is a recap on factor bugs. Factors are all the numbers that you times together to make another number. We only write square numbers once on a factor bug.
3. Have a go at the investigation and then the Check Your Understanding questions.
Today you will be finding out about the alphabet used by the Anglo-Saxons. Follow on with the Powerpoint and then have a go at the writing activities listed.