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Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

Tuesday 26th January


Spend some time today practising your handwriting, remembering to think about the size, position and joins for each letter. This passage is from the beginning of chapter 4.


L.O. To understand a text

If you haven't managed to get to the end of Chapter 4 yet, do that first. The links to different options are on yesterday's page. 

Today's task is to write a paragraph about Mole wanting to go to his home and Rat's feelings about this. Use the prompt sheet below to help you with some questions to think about and sentence starters to help you with the writing. 


L.O. To solve division problems

Today, you are going to use your division knowledge to solve some problems. These aren't hard problems, but they do need some thinking about We have done these types of problems in school. Remember to show as much working out as you need to and record all the possible answers, if there could be more than one!



To know the story of the Lost Sheep

Jesus told many stories about forgiveness. This is a very famous one called The Lost Sheep. You can watch one of the following versions of the story. You might recognise the second one as we have watched it in Wednesday Word last year. You can then choose one of these activities:

  • Imagine that you are the lost sheep and write a letter of thanks to the shepherd for finding you
  • Design a poster with the caption, 'God is my Shepherd'. Think about how you will illustrate your work.
  • Write a story that has the same message as The Lost Sheep story. Something needs to get lost and then needs to be found by somebody. 

The Lost Sheep

Parable of the Lost Sheep