30th November

Home Learning:


Computing with Mr Moore:

Yesterday we enjoyed programming micro bits with Mr Moore. Thank you to Mr Moore for inspiring us as always. We loved it!

SUMDOG:


The Leeds Sumdog Competition starts today and finishes next Thursday. Compete against other schools to be crowned Sumdog champions!

Arithmetic:

 

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Challenge:

  1. Use the word score in a sentence as a noun.
  2. Use the word score in a sentence as a verb.
  3. Use the determiners: ‘a’, ‘an’ and ‘the’ correctly in the sentences below:

I ate ….. apple at break time.

Can you please pass me ….. ball over there?

I am having ….. nap because I’m tired.

Inference: Read like a Detective!

His mother woke him as usual that morning, shaking his shoulder and then kissing him gently as he rolled over. It was pitch black around him, but then he was used to that by now. For months they had slept down in the cellar on the bunks his father had made the last time he was home on leave…

 

  • What do I notice?
  • What does that tell me about…?
  • I wonder if this means…
  • Maybe this could mean…

Thank you for all of your comments last week 🙂

Have a great weekend!

Miss Murphy

14 thoughts on “30th November

  1. Arithmetic
    1.2.2
    2.8.74
    3.279028
    4.679294
    Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Challenge,
    1.The score was 1-0.
    2.He can score a lot of goals.
    3.
    I ate an apple at break time.
    Can you please pass me the ball over there?
    I am having a nap because I’m tired.

    Inference
    ‘His mother woke him’, this makes me think that he would sleep to long if his mother hadn’t woken him up. ‘For months’, this must mean that they have stayed in the cellar for quite a long time. ‘as usual that morning’ this makes me think that waking the boy up has been done more than once. ‘mother’ and ‘him’ suggests that he is a boy who has a mother.

  2. Arithmetic –
    7 – 4.8 = 2.2
    14 – 5.26 = 8.74
    3532 x 79 = 24724
    8822 x 77 = 679294

    Grammar –
    Noun – The current score is 1 – 1.
    Verb – He is about to score a goal.

    I ate an apple at break time.
    Can you please pass me the ball over there.
    I am having a nap because I’m tired.

    Inference –
    It is the morning.
    His father had left home.
    It tells me his father is a person who makes things.
    They were hiding.

  3. 21o)2.2
    21p)8.74
    220 266968
    22p)679294

    Grammar
    Your score on the test was 96/100.
    Did you score a goal in football?
    I ate an apple at break time.
    Can you please pass me the ball over there?
    I’m having a nap because I’m tired.

  4. 1.)I score a goal in my netball match.
    2.)I got 97 out of 110 in my maths in my SATS score.
    3.)
    a.)I ate an apple at break time.
    b.)Can you please pass me the ball over there?
    c.)I am having a nap because I’m tired.

    Inference

    I notice that it says that his mother woke him as usual when she shakes him on his shoulder and kisses him when he rolls over.I think that they are quite poor because somebody who is poor usually finds it hard to sleep so they are woken up in these peculiar ways.I also notice that it says that for the last time he was home on leave.I think that this means for the last time he was home in between the jobs.

  5. This week was really fun! I love doing the coding with Mr Moore!
    Here are my sentances :
    They counted up how many times they needed to score
    You need to score the handle before you add it to the cup
    I ate an apple at break time
    Can please pass me a ball over there
    I’m having a nap because I’m tired.

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