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Good morning and happy Friday! 


A big well done to you. So many of you have been joining me on the zoom meetings and sending me your work. I am so impressed. I am saving all of your work and looking through all of it. I am very proud of you. 


Now, before you have a lovely weekend- let's do one more day of home learning. You can do it! 



Set a timer for 10 minutes and do as much as you can. Once you have finished, mark your work by clicking on the calculator below and checking the answers. 




Today we are learning about the perimeter of rectilinear shapes. Watch the video below before doing the worksheet. 


Once you have finished, check your answers and mark them. Good luck :)

Perimeter of rectilinear shapes

Zoom Meeting- 10AM


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Here is the next part of the text. I hope you are enjoying the story so far!

Today's English Task: 


I would like you to write a balanced argument about whether the children should stay in the den. Use evidence from the chapter to help you with your pros and cons. 

Structure to follow: 


First Paragraph- Introduce what the argument is going to be about, explain what has happened to the children and the situation they are in. Let the reader know they are about to hear arguments for and against the children staying in the jungle den. 


Second Paragraph- Arguments for the children staying in the jungle den. Remember not to say 'I think' and write in the third person, 'Some people think' or 'Some people believe that'. There are lots of handy phrases like this to use in the document below. 


Third Paragraph- Arguments against the children staying in the jungle den. 


Fourth Paragraph- Conclusion. You could even start this paragraph by writing, 'In conclusion,' This is where you state your opinion and what you believe. You can revisit some of the arguments you have made to help you express your view. 



Good Luck!



Today we are going to practice our inference skills. Complete the questions below which are linked to the text above: 


1. Why’s Fred’s watch broken?

2. What does the existence of the den prove?

3. Why won’t Lila let Max look in the den?

4. Why does Fred touch the gourd ‘gingerly’?

5. Why doesn’t Con want to sleep in the den?

PE Challenge

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Watch the video from the PE teachers and have a go at their challenge!

Zoom Meeting- 2:45 pm


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