# Thursday 2nd April

Here is a quick video to show you how to upload and share documents/photographs/pdf to j2e and then share it with a teacher.

Here are the usernames you will need to share. We love to see your work, so please make use of this.

Miss Hughes- MissHughes

Mrs Gregory- je38

Mrs Postlethwaite- zap8

English- To create a recipe booklet

These next 2 days are the final steps to creating your recipe to share. If possible, have a go at cooking/baking along with someone responsible and also create a beautiful recipe booklet/page for our class book. In the 'Kingfishers' section of the website, you will see a tab on the right that leads to our recipe page. On my section, you will see my finished recipe booklet and my time-lapse video. I had lots of fun creating both and everyone in my house had even more fun eating up the cake.

English- LO: To practice spellings

Mrs Gregory's spelling group: Mrs Gregory has shared your spellings with you on j2e, you will find the video at the top of the page really helpful to be able to access these. Make sure your surroundings are quiet and calm, this will help you concentrate and able to hear the words being read out to you. You can have more than one go if you like! Remember to ask someone to test you on last week's spellings!

Maths:

Miss Hughes’ group – L.O. To reason and problem solve with tenths

Now that you are experts in counting with tenths, you are going to apply this knowledge to reasoning and problem solving. Discuss your work with your parents/brother/sister etc. where possible as this will help you to explain your thinking. This also helps you to be really clear about what your answers are. Remember, you can watch the video linked below again to help remind you of yesterday's lesson. Week 1 Lesson 4.

I have set Bronze, Silver and Gold tasks for today. Remember you don't have to do all of them. Pick the level you think is best for you and you can always try the next level up to challenge yourself.

Mrs. Gregory & Mrs. Postlethwaite’s group – L.O. To reason and problem solve using dividing by 10

I hope you managed to see the pattern when dividing by 10. Always remember, your place value columns and the decimal point NEVER move, it's always the digits that move. One way I have of reminding myself which way the digits move when dividing by 10 is that there's 'i' in right and 'i' in divide so they go together. (There's no 'i' in left!)

Today I want you to use what you learned yesterday and try and answer some reasoning and problem solving questions and try and explain your thinking to your parents/brother/sister etc.. Remember, you can watch the video linked below again to remind you of yesterday's lesson. Week 1 Lesson 5.

As this is such an important concept to grasp (Miss Harvey will be thrilled if you go up to Merlins being able to do this and understanding how the digits move!) I have attached some more fluency questions should you need them to help really get this into your head. You do not have to do them, they are there if you'd like some more practice.