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1. Read ‘The Princess and the Pea’ by Lauren Child
• This is the first part of Lauren Child’s version of the story. How is it
different to Hans Christian Anderson’s version? Which do you prefer?
2. Practise dialogue punctuation
• Choose either Dialogue Practice 1 or Dialogue Practice 2. (Version 2 is
a little more tricky – challenge yourself!) Use the Revision Card and
Dialogue Checklist to help you.
Finished? Wow! Great stuff. Check your answers with a grownup. Discuss
any mistakes you made.
3. Now for some writing
• Write a version of part of the story. Include some dialogue as you do
and practise punctuating it perfectly.
The topic for today is: Fractions of amounts
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Foundation 1 RE: Tomorrow is the start of Ramadan, which is an Islamic event. Learn more following the link below:
Then complete the Ramadan Research activity on Purplemash:
Foundation 2 DT:
Food and water supplies were essential for explorers to keep on exploring. You are going to design and make an ‘Explorer Energy Bar’ that keeps you going and going.
If you are allergic to nuts use desiccated coconut and no peanut butter.
1 heaping cup packed dates (pitted - means take the stones out)
1/4 cup syrup or agave nectar (or honey if not vegan)
1/4 cup peanut butter
1 cup roasted unsalted almonds (loosely chopped // see instructions for roasting nuts)
1 1/2 cups rolled oats (gluten-free for GF eaters)
Chocolate chips, dried fruit, nuts, banana chips, vanilla, etc
And follow the recipe in the video below.
When made, share them with your family and enjoy!