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Tuesday 12th January


Just like last week, practise your handwriting from the sheet below. Pay particular attention to the size, position and joins of your letters. 


L.O. To divide 2 digits by 2 digit

It was lovely to see so many of you on our 'live' lesson yesterday. I hope that you enjoyed it! 

As a follow up, you can continue with the questions from yesterday. See below for the questions.

If you finished those, there is a presentation and questions to work through to help you to practise. There are 3 levels. Don't feel that you have to do all 3. If you are feeling confident, you can do all 3, or just start at the hardest level (deepest). If you need more practise, you can just do the first level (diving). 


L.O. To edit a piece of writing

Yesterday, you wrote a diary from Mole's point of view about the day he first saw the river and met Rat. 

Today, you are going to edit your work. Have a read through what you did. (If you haven't done it yet, look back at yesterday's page!). Have a look at the success criteria sheet below and see if you can find all the features of writing in your own work. If you can find it, you can tick it off the list. If not, you can edit and improve your work to add in those features. 


L.O. Jesus called people to change and reflect on how Jesus calls us to change.

You can follow the link to the 'Loom' video which talks through the powerpoint with you. If you want to work through it at your own pace, or go back to look at it, the link is below. 

I don't think the sound on the actual story video is great, so the YouTube video is below as well. 

You will also find the worksheet below.