Teacher: Mrs Bradshaw
Teaching Assistant: Miss Roose
Fortune is a North American eating apple with a spicy flavour. It fruits biannually and cannot pollinate itself, making it quite difficult to grow and tricky to find in the shops. They are crunchy and sweet and make a good dessert apple.
Thank you Fortune and Liberty Class for working hard yesterday.
We hope you are enjoying the snow building snowmen and sledging.
Please will you let your friends know there is something for them to do
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Snow Day 3 Work
Can you investigate 3D shapes in your house?
Draw a picture of them and label how many flat faces and curved surfaces. Example: a tin of soup has 2 circular faces and 1 curved face.
A box of tissues has 6 rectangular faces.
It is also WORLD BOOK DAY.
Enjoy reading lots of books. You could write about your favourite book or do a book review.
Well done everybody!
Mrs Bradshaw and Mrs Poulter
Snow Day 2 Work
Can you write about your snow day, what you did and how you felt?
Use past tense and 'I' when writing.
Can you include some adjectives, ? marks and ! marks?
Write a poem about the snow using a list of adjectives.
You also need to practise doubling and halving of numbers to 20 (or above).
Have fun in the snow!
Mrs Bradshaw and Mrs Poulter.