Morning lovely Griffins! What amazing weather we have had this weekend! I have been really enjoying all the beautiful spring blossoms on our walks. We have lots to be grateful for!
Did you see the challenge from Mrs. H? I am looking forward to seeing your portraits of Mr.Langley, Mrs. Barden and I .
Thank you for sending us your amazing work. Look at our gallery to see any updates.
Miss you heaps!
Mrs L x
As the music is playing, think of what courage is? Have you seen people be courageous? Is courage displayed in 'big' ways or can it be more subtle and more difficult to spot?
Remember you do not have to copy out all of the questions, especially if they use complicated diagrams. Your answers and any workings out are enough.
Complete Week 2, Lesson 1 Rounding decimals. REMEMBER, DO NOT DO SUMMER TERM WEEK 2
It has a video, worksheet and then a sheet with the answers on.
The sheet can also be found in the resources at the bottom of this page.
Remember to read for 20-30 mins a day. Write down any words you can not read or any that you do not understand from your book.
- Recall and think about (discuss with someone if you can) the character of Blunt – What do you know about him so far? What do you think of him as a character? Listen to or reread the sections of the previous two chapters (pgs 14-28) in which we are introduced to Blunt and we see him acting and speaking.
- Fill in a roll on the wall for Blunt in your notebooks/paper, with comments about both his physical appearance and his character, backed up by evidence from the text.
Role on the Wall - Role on the wall is a technique that uses a displayed outline of the character to record feelings (inside the outline) and outward appearances (outside the outline) at various stopping points across the story. See an example below:
Audio book links for Chapter 3 here:
Audio book links for Chapter 4 here:
Art and Design
Open the PDF in the resources section below.