This week saw us tie up some loose ends. We completed our narrative poems focus in English by incorporating the different poetic devices we've learned about into some narrative poems! What are the poetic devices we've learned about again? What topic did you write your poem about? Share in the comments section.
In maths we continued to look at 3-D shapes and in particular the nets of 3-D shapes. The children decorated the net of a cube with various Easter-themed pictures and words and then folded them into a cube to hold a special treat for someone at home. I hope they are enjoyed!
This week also saw the class battle it out for the title of 'Top Speller'. We covered ten words a week for the past nine weeks and the ten most difficult words were chosen. Coming out as the lone winner was Lucas, who scored 9/10. Congratulations Lucas!
The English deals with using the past tense of words and recognising words with ie and ei spellings. I expect some creative sentences that are written neatly with correct spelling and punctuation, as always! For some extra fun with the past tense, try this game.
The maths includes one of our mental maths tests and some fun number puzzles on the back. Use scrap paper to work out some of the answers if needed.
I hope everyone has a great Easter break. Rest up, eat well and have some fun!