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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Dear Kingfishers,

I hope you are all well. 

What brilliant work you have produced this week on challenge 3, I hope you are enjoying this challenge as much as I am. Keeping emailing me your fantastic work every day and some excellent pieces will be uploaded on your celebration page. I really love how different every piece of art work has been so far. 

I have seen you show a great understanding of equivalent fractions too. Good explanations and diagrams. 

Please find the timetable for today below and the resources on the tabs on the left. 

Please email me on:

Wishing you all the best of best wishes,

Miss Stuart 




Exercise-Please do the live online Joe Wicks workout (on you-tube) or an exercise of your choice.


Challenge 3-

L.O: I can select appropriate vocabulary choices (show: applying)

Success criteria:

1.      I can use expanded noun phrases

2.      I can use imagery

3.      I understand how such choices can change or enhance meaning


Task: creating your poem

Look at the expanded noun phrases and figurative language/imagery you created on Tuesday to show the view from your window. Put each idea on a post-it note or separate bits of paper and move them around. Feel free to add to your ideas. Read out the sentences in the order you have out them. Is this the best order? Rearrange them again. Which order sounds best? Keep playing around with the order until you think it is the best it can be. Could you repeat one of your lines or verses more than once?

When you are happy with the order of your ideas, write them down to form your poem. Remember poems are written in verses not paragraphs and they do not have to rhyme.


Please look at my video example on the website to help you.


Break time/snack time

11:00- 11:30


L.O: To recognise fractions which are equivalent and those that aren’t (analysing).

SC1 – I can find fractions which are equivalent.

SC2 – I can find fractions which are not equivalent.

SC3 – I can justify my answer.


Look at the list of fractions on the class page. Find fractions which are equivalent and write them in your journal. Justify why these fractions are equivalent; you could draw a pictorial representation to help you prove it. This means draw the fraction of a whole and next to/underneath draw a second fraction of the same size whole – this will prove whether or not the fractions are an equal size.

Find fractions which are not equivalent and justify why they aren’t. Again, see example on the website for how to do this.


You should also justify whether they are equivalent or not based on your knowledge of whether or not the numerator and denominator have increased or decreased at the same rate (been multiplied/divided by the same number).


Well-being: Please do an activity of your choice- for example: playing games, going for a walk/going outside (if allowed), reading, craft, watching TV etc.

12- 1:15


1:15- 2:45

Mind map for challenge 3

Task: Please create your next mind map including these sections:

How many ideas can I think of?

Which ideas do I like best? Why?

Things to consider


Please look at my example of my mind map to help you on the website


Remember to keep your presentation the best it can be (Article 6)

If you get time and you’d like to please do another piece of art work based on your view

L.O: I understand how to record my observations using different media

(know: understanding)

Success criteria:

1)      I can draw a basic outline and then add more detail with my selected media

2)      I can experiment with my media

3)      I can evaluate how I found my art work


Task-To do the next draft art work using the media of your choice


Closely observe the view from your window. Select the media you wish.

Now do step one- the basic outline of your view, make sure it fills your whole page

Then do step two -adding detail to your art work.

Next do step three-adding more refined detail to your art work

Extension: If you have time follow step 4


Evaluation: Look back over your art work you have created so far this week, which piece has been your favourite? Why?






Story time

Listen to and enjoy ‘The Great Mouse Plot’ by Roald Dahl read by Miss Stuart


The story is also available on the tab on the left.



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