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Monday 1st February

This week is Children's Mental Health Week. We'll be talking about this in our Zoom meetings and below you can find a menu of activities which you might like to do instead of some of your learning this week. 
In the next couple of chapters, the narrator and their friends are going to devise a plan to help Ahmet find his family before the gates close. Today, you're going to look at pictures which show the seven steps in their plan and use them to predict what the plan will involve before writing what you think the seven steps of the plan will be. You can print off the Prediction Picture below to write on or just write in your lined exercise book. 
Your challenge today is to predict whether the plan will work or not and explain why you think this.
When we write our newspaper reports, we'll be including quotes. To do this, we need to use direct speech punctuation so today, we'll be practising this. Watch the video here (my microphone appears to have been turned up quite high so turn down your speakers before watching!) to remind yourself what punctuation we need to use to write direct speech and to find out what today's activity is. You can find the video you'll need for your writing here 
You can either write the speech between the two older men in your lined exercise book or you can print off the sheet below and write the speech there. 
Your challenge today is to use synonyms for said and adverbs to show how the men are feeling and speaking.

In maths today, we're going to look at how we form expressions. Watch the video here and then complete the sheet below. As always, you may need to watch the video more than once and you will need to watch the video. Remember, if you're struggling, try and do the first page of the sheet. You can also find the answer sheet below to mark once you're finished. If you'd like to challenge yourself, there's a challenge sheet below. You can print this off to write on or type on it. When you're finished, check your work with the answer sheet below.

Next week, we'll be making models of the Titanic in our art lesson using clay or a material like plasticine which you already have at home. Today, we're going to explore different clay techniques we can use. Below, you'll find a sheet called Clay Techniques. Using your clay (or whatever material you have at home) practise each of the techniques. Once you're finished, put your clay or plasticine away in a bag or tub so it doesn't dry out as you'll need it for next week's lesson.
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