Think back to your Literacy activity on Monday, when you drew things that you might find at the beach. Using these drawings, or completely new ideas if you want, think of five things you might find on the beach and write them down.
Next, write as many adjectives as you can to describe each item.
Use your adjectives to write some interesting sentences about the items you have chosen. For example:
Shells – beautiful, colourful, shiny, small, delicate, smooth, bumpy, round, long.
The beautiful, shiny shell was long and smooth and underneath it was bumpy and colourful. (I'm sure yours will be even better than this!)
Remember to use Hi 5 sentences! (capital letters, full stops, finger spaces, clever spelling and your sentence needs to make sense.)
And don't forget, share your work with us on Google Classroom.
Have a look at the task below. There are lots of multiplication questions here. Please choose which part of the task you think you need to work on.
It would be great if you could have a go at answering the questions in parts 1-4
x2, x5 and x10. Remember, you can use objects to help you.
If you find this tricky, try practising counting in 2's, 5's or 10's with a grown up and have a go at parts 1 and 2.
To challenge yourselves try the whole thing!
For a little help you could use objects, or you could draw a number line to help you and draw your 'hops' in 3's or 4's to find the correct answers.
As always, upload your work to Google Classroom so we can have a look.
Have a great day!