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Mon 8 Feb

**Curie Class - Please send your work to Mrs Ellis today**

kellis@bishop-ridley.bexley.sch.uk

MATHS Equivalent fractions (1)

Today, we are going to continue to find equivalent fractions using a fractions wall and I have added a video below that tells you how to find equivalent fractions by using your times tables skills (both work - use the method that you find easiest to understand)! Unfortunately, the Word programme on my computer is not working, so you will need to click on the link and save the image as a PDF on your computer (I am hoping that this will be resolved today and I apologise if this causes any inconvenience). Please consider question 5 as the challenge question and answer questions 1 to 4 if you feel confident to do so. Good luck. Miss Smalley

Equivalent fractions | Maths | Numbers | FuseSchool

Equivalent fractions are not hard to find, all you have to do is multiply the top and the bottom by the same number each time.So come on, remember these step...

English

We have our second lesson on direct speech today, focusing on punctuating direct speech. Please watch and engage in the teaching video, before choosing a worksheet which suits your understanding and confidence levels, but also gives you a challenge. Writing out your answers on a separate piece of paper will really help you practice your handwriting.

Monday 8th February - Punctuating Direct Speech

 

F R E N C H with Mrs. Lee

 

 

 

winkBonjour children. I am so glad that so many of you enjoyed the French baking last week. This week we closing our French theme with a bit of dancing. Because we were busy with the Digestive system I decided it's time to learn how to label your body in French. Underneath I am adding a song links that you can work through in your own time.

For this activity you will not need an adult. Happy singing. surprise

 

Head, shoulders, knees and feet in French "Tête épaules genoux pieds" ...fun French rhyme for Kids - Bing video

 

WALT for today. To learn the French body parts in a song. 

Success criteria 1. I can label the basic body parts in French while singing or completing a drawing. 

 

Activity choices. cool

Option 1. Singing and recording yourself(or not) while pointing to the body parts. 

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Option 2. Draw the outline of a body and label the body parts. (be careful with the spelling:) Bonus marks if you add some more that your can't find in our original song. enlightened

 

I will be in school but feel free to let me know how you got on. 

 

Au revoirmail

 

 

 

 

 

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