Good Morning :)
Should everyone get tips if they have done a good job?
Word of the day: spending
Find out what it means and write the definition in your own words!
What is its word class?
How many syllables does it have (clap each syllable to help you)?
Make a list of synonyms and antonyms
Can you use it in an interesting sentence?
Are you able to use it, appropriately, when you are speaking or in any of your writing opportunities?
Reading : Head over to the reading challenges section and answer questions 15-22. You will need to read the text 'The Star' from the Reading booklet.
Spend another few moments on Hit the Button. Try the Mixed division activity
Today's lesson is called Estimating Money and it is the third lesson that can be found here. It is part of Week 9.
Activities in the documents.
There is also a challenge problem to solve if you have time. It is called Coins.
SPaG :Complete the grammar activity below.
Today we are continuing with your planning but focusing on the next two paragraphs. Before you start today, look through the planning you did yesterday. Familiarize yourself with the story you have created to ensure you keep on the right track!
At the end of your planning, if you are able to, record yourself saying the chapter out loud in full sentences ready for you to come back to on Friday when you are writing! Remember not to save over yesterday’s recording – you will need all of them. It might be worth labelling the recordings, so you know which is which.
What is the problem within the story?
Miss Chapman’s Notes:
Initial Sentence: The island wants the Water Mole from Cliff and was prepared to play dirty.
How is the problem resolved/sorted out?
Miss Chapman’s Notes:
Initial Sentence: Oliver heads over with Iris to the island and suggests swapping something with the other island.
Today we are going to be looking at money! By the end of today (and this week) you all should be able to answer the following questions:
This is an introduction video reminding you what money is. You may choose to write down what you think money is before you watch the video and then compare. Were you right?
Below you will find a PowerPoint presentation, look through this and refresh or learn all about bank accounts and the importance.
There is an activity below which challenges your understanding!
There are some further clips below which you may find useful in supporting your understanding!
This video looks at what a bank is. What their purpose is and why we have them.
Watch the video and read through the information below! There is a game which you can play at the end :)
Is currency the same as money? Write down your initial thoughts before you watch the video!
After you have watched the video and read the information there are two games which will help consolidate your understanding.