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Wednesday 3rd June

Wednesday Word

This morning's Wednesday Word will be 'live' via zoom! Please check my blog for the login details.  If all the technology  works well, it will be available to view on the  St Paul's Videos area of  the website later in the day. 

English

L.O. To understand a text

Reread the diary entry from yesterday. (You can listen along: just use the link from yesterday) Then you can answer the questions from the sheet. If you don't have a printer, just write the answers in your yellow book. Don't forget to write in full sentences and use correct punctuation!

Maths

L.O. To draw shapes using a set of rules

Work through the powerpoint below to remind yourselves about different properties of shapes (what makes them special?)

Then, see if you can draw shapes following these rules?

 

  1. Draw 2 shapes with 1 set of parallel sides
  2. Draw 2 shapes with 2 sets of parallel sides
  3. Draw 1 shape with 1 set of perpendicular sides
  4. Draw 1 shape with 1 set of parallel and 1 set of perpendicular sides

 (Not just regular polygons)

Name them

Challenge: Make some of your own rules up and ask someone else to draw the shape!

R.E.

L.O. To understand the Church's Liturgical Calendar

Watch the following video to find all about the church's year. You will find out all about the different seasons of the church's year. As you watch, listen very carefully and look at their circular calendar to find out about the colours that are used at different times of the year. You can either make your own diagram to show the different seasons and the colours that are used, or you can print out the sheet below and colour in the different areas. 

The Liturgical Year

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