Dragonflies Home Learning 18.05.2020
SPAG: Add a suitable adverb (word that ends in the suffix ly) to the start of each sentence.
1) _________ the boy sneaked into his brother’s room.
2) _________ the dog chased the stick.
3) _________ Sammy ripped off the wrapper of his new toy.
4) _________ Charlotte had come first in the competition.
5) _________ Jo walked into her new school for the first time.
Main: Watch ‘Orange Juice’ by Michael Rosen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5H1juWi0a0
Imagine someone was stealing your Orange Juice. Come up with a plan that will trap the thief. You will need to consider:
· What equipment will you need?
· Where are you going to set your trap?
· How will it trap the thief?
· Who is the thief going to be?
· What are you going to do with them now they’re trapped?
Near doubles are almost doubles, but are 1 more or one less. So for example 6+7 is the same as 6+6+1 or Double 6+1 because we partition (split) the 7 into 6 and 1. Can you solve these near double sums by doubling and adding 1? E.g.
Using the adverb at the start, finish each sentence.
1) Quietly, ________________________________________.
2) Carefully, ______________________________________.
3) Kindly, _________________________________________.
4) Unfortunately, _________________________________.
5) Excitedly, ______________________________________.
Your pet (if you don’t have a pet, choose an animal you like) needs a new home of their own. Can you design it? You will need to think about:
· Which rooms will it have?
· Which materials will you use and why? (Think about the properties)
· What are you going to call it?
Draw and label a plan of your pet’s perfect place