Weekly News 13.3.20
We are back to reading Charlotte's Web this week! In honour of Charlotte, we have been writing non-chronological reports about spiders. We gathered information and wrote reports using this information. We included various sentence types in our reports and added wrote captions for the pictures we stuck in.
In maths this week, we have been using multiplication and division to solve money problems. We are able to use the column method to multiply amounts of money and the bus stop method to divide sums of money.
We have started our new topic: May The Force Be With You! So far we have learnt some facts about a force called gravity. We know that Sir Isaac Newton discovered gravity when and apple feel on his head and he wondered what made it fall. We have also learnt that gravity is a force that pulls, not pushes.
Write 5 sentences that have a possessive apostrophe in them.
For example: Mr Mason's dogs loved to dig up the garden.
Come up with 6 different money number problems that are either multiplication or division.
For example: Mrs Cousins buys 5 books from the book shop and they cost £30 all together and are of equal value. How much did one book cost?
Don't forget to give the answer in you book too.
Mr Mason's group: Exploration, plantation, preparation, sensation, separation, reign.
Mrs Cousins group: Sadness, silliness, happiness, goodness, quietness, kindness