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Remote Learning-Friday 18th February 2022

Please find below some activities that you can do today.  We would love to see what you have been done so you can email pictures or PDFs to Miss Wicks on m.wicks@smfr.co.uk

Maths- Check your Change!

 

Since we have been learning about money and in particular giving change have a go at these challenges! You will need to check the change the shopkeeper has given you. Is it the correct amount or have they made a mistake?

 

Choose the challenge level that you would like to complete and use the column method to help you calculate the change!

 

 

 

English 

 

As we have been reading 'The Boy Who Grew Dragons' this half term, we have the last two chapters to listen to! I have attached the videos for you to be able to enjoy the end of the story at home!

 

Towards the end of the story, Tomas and the gang now have their own dragon which they caught while they were camping in Grandad's garden! I want you to think if you had a dragon, what would it look like?

 

Activity 1: Draw a picture of your chosen dragon in the dragon fruit template! You can label on your dragon the features (e.g. red, glistening scales.)

 

Activity 2: Write a mini paragraph describing what your dragon looks like. Think about:

  • What adjectives can you use to describe? (e.g.magnificent)
  • What expanded noun phrases will make your writing stand out? (pointy, silver claws)
  • What adverbs could you use to describe how your dragon moves (e.g. quickly, beautifully)

The Boy Who Grew Dragons Readalong - Chapter 26

The Boy Who Grew Dragons Readalong - Chapter 27

Cultural Diversity Day:

 

As it was meant to be Cultural Diversity Day at SMFR, you still have the chance to take part in your own Cultural Diversity Day celebrations!

 

You will find some different activities that you could do so that you are able to celebrate the day from the comfort of your own home!

 

How about....

  • Thinking of your own family traditions (e.g. a special meal, a special event)
  • Create a handprint that represents everything about you!
  • Make some bunting which you can decorate your home with that represents Cultural Diversity Day!

 

If you have any photos from the day or activities that you have completed send them to Miss Wicks!smiley

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