Read through ‘The Door’ poem again by Miroslav Holub then complete the activity below.
Look at the pictures of the doors below. Which door do you like best? Why? What does it remind you of? Where might you find it? What could be behind it? Write down your thoughts.
Click on the link (below the questions) to hear Miss Cassidy read Chpt 8, pages 89-91. Alternatively, you can read it yourself on the document below. See how many of these questions you can answer.
Ch8 p88 'Is, is he a man?' ... P91 'dangerous still’
1. How does Peter feel about meeting Aslan?
2. What animal is Aslan?
3. How does Susan feel about meeting Aslan?
4. Where have the children got to meet Aslan?
5. What is the witch always on the lookout for?
6. True or false: the witch is human?
Miss Cassidy reading The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
Read it yourself here.
As always, you can tune in at 11am to the link below to hear David Walliams read a story. If you miss any extracts from the week, they will be on the catch up page this coming Saturday, and will be there for a week.
Continue your learning on perfect verbs, go through the PDF PowerPoint below and complete the activity sheet.
Write percentages as fractions and decimals
Click on the link to BBC Bitesize below. Learn how to write a percentage as a decimal and a fraction with a denominator of 100.
- one video
- learning summary
- two worksheets
Scrap for Victory!
During WW2, metal, glass and rubber were needed for the war effort so alternative materials had to be found for everyday uses.
Food was covered with plastic wrap instead of aluminium foil; toys were made from paper or cardboard; glass milk bottles were replaced by cardboard containers; plywood replaced metals for the hulls of boats and aircraft wings.
Open the document below and fill out the table.
Get your bodies moving this morning with Joe Wicks.