Today's task is on page 14 of your TalkforWriting booklet by Emma Caulfeild.
Click the magpie above to go to it.
Yesterday, you began the first part of planning a story by creating your main character or characters.
Today. you will begin to plan your setting - remember this is the place that your story happens.
Use the planner below to describe your setting and draw an illustration of the setting you choose.
Today you will be working on adding two-digit numbers.
First, click on the 'White Rose Maths' icon below. Watch the video lesson:
Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11th May)
Lesson 2 - Add 2 digit number
Then, click on the BBC Bitesize icon and complete the first mosaic in your busy book.
(activities on this link are created by BBC in partnership with Twinkl)
If you get stuck, click below, use the BBC Bitsize slideshow to help you.
After all of your research yesterday, can you answer this question?
Do baby animals always look the same as their parents
when they are young?
Why do you think this? Use the word because and answer in your busy book.
Then, use the resources below to find out the answer.
Draw and label the life cycle of a frog and the life cycle of your favourite animal to show some
of the differences in the way that animals change and grow.