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It's Fluency Friday - choose a book to read out loud for twenty minutes - remember to use expression!


We are going to write the rest of our instructions today. You should aim for about ten instructions on how to build your slug. 
Remember, they should be detailed and try to include the following things: 

- High level vocabulary, for example can you include any of these words? Animation, plasticine, modelling clay, stop motion, malleable, flexible, supple, mould, sculpt, manipulate. 


- Fronted adverbials of time - firstly, then, after that, finally, next


- Imperative (bossy) verbs - put, place, sculpt, prepare, place, construct. 


Here is an example of the first few instructions to help you:


  1. Firstly, prepare your modelling clay by manipulating it with your hands. Your plasticine needs to be malleable in order to shape it. You can then roll it into an oblong with one end thicker than the other.

  2. Once your modelling clay is rolled smoothly into the cylindrical shape, start to curve this in the middle to create the shape of the slug’s body. Carefully, use the tools to deepen the creases in the side to make the slug more lifelike and realistic.  


We are continuing with fractions - watch the video and join in where you can, then have a go at the worksheet. 



Spr4.8.3 - Calculate fractions of a quantity

This is "Spr4.8.3 - Calculate fractions of a quantity" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

If you are feeling well enough to do PE you can do something active - make up and exercise routine or dance and practise or follow along with the video below.

PE With Joe 2021 | Monday 11th Jan - YouTube