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Hello everyone, Happy St George's Day!

I've found it really interesting to look up more about what this means and will add it into a dragon-related task for you to try later today. But first...

 

English: For today’s grammar lesson you will need to start by reading the non-fiction text called Purple is Best. Then remind yourself about prepositions by watching the slides or looking at the reminder cards in the pack.

Remember that prepositions are words that tell us the when, where and why in a sentence.

This will help you to identify them in the text.

If you manage this quite quickly, you could go around your house and write down as many sentences prepositions in as you can! Can you write more than 10? More than 15?   

 

 

Maths: This week your Maths tasks will look a little different, but I am hoping that the layout will be clearer and easier to understand. The aim is that you can complete 1 online lesson each day. You may find that some of the work is a bit new, but for each lesson there is a powerpoint slideshow to explain the what to do. Once you have watched this, try the tasks it relates to.

 

When you click on the link below, make sure you go to Week 1, Lesson 4

(Count in tenths). 

We are starting at the beginning of this unit of work on fractions. 

Other activities you might consider doing:

 Look at the following slideshow to learn about the St George and the legend around his name.

You could write a fairy-tale style story about how he saved the princess from the dragon- you could put lots of interesting adjectives in and you could draw some amazing pictures to go alongside it. Perhaps you could share it with a family member you live with or by asking your parents to help you video-call a friend or grandparent. I’m sure it would make them smile!

 

St George is often celebrated on coats of arms, so perhaps you might like to design your own on the template below. I’ve also put some dragon templates on here if you would like to colour those in!

I know some of you prefer to do some extra Maths practice so here are some St George themed mental arithmetic colouring sheets. They have different levels to choose from and coloured examples of what each will look like if you complete it correctly!

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