Welcome back Kangaroos!
I hope you’ve all had a fantastic Easter!
Joke of the day: Why did the banana go to the doctor? Because it was not peeling well!
Spellings: This week your spellings are words that have silent letters.
The spelling rule: Some words have silent letters. The letters k, g and w are always silent when written at the start of a word before a consonant.
gnaw (to bite or nibble something)
gnat (a small fly)
Writing: Write each of them in a sentence in your home learning book.
The brave knight rode his horse through the dense forest.
Challenge: Can you write a story using all of the spellings above?
Can you use the symbols <, > or = between the numbers to compare the numbers?
Remember: < means less than (it looks like a wonky L), > means greater than and = means equal to.
Example: 5 < 7
Can you write the family of four for the calculations below?
Example: 3 x 10= 30
10 x 3 = 30
Remember: When you multiply it will always equal the biggest number and when you divide it will always start with the biggest number.
12 x 5=
2 x 7 =
10 x 6 =
3 x 5 =
10 x 2 =
2 x 6 =
I have also set a times table game on EdShed for you to complete.
Try your best!