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Wednesday 29th April

Remember to keep practising spellings and times tables ready for tests on Friday and keep up to date with your MyMaths and reading journals. Some people have A LOT of MyMaths to catch up on. 

 

The Wednesday Word

This is the link to the Wednesday Word with Mrs Davies. 

English

L.O. To add captions and pictures

Now, hopefully, you have finished the main writing for your non-fiction writing . if you have been reading other non-fiction texts, you may have found other features such as pictures, maps, fact file, timelines, diagrams and captions. Today, I'd like you to find some pictures which are relevant to your writing. Each picture that you find needs to have a 'caption': a sentence which explains what the picture is about. In the examples below about the Stone Age, there are 2 captions. Can you find them? You can use pictures printed off the internet if possible, or you can draw pictures. Remember to add a caption for each one. If you do use pictures from the internet, save them so that you can put them into your final book. 

Picture 1

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L.O. To understand how the disciples  felt at Pentecost

Work your way through the Powerpoint and use the video to find out about Pentecost (the link is in the Presentation and below). There is a sheet below to write your responses. There are 2 sheets to choose from. One has more separate  questions and the other has more lines for independent writing. Choose the one which is most suitable for you! (Don't do both sheets!)

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