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St Pancras

Catholic Primary School

Monday 30th March


Once your stories are complete, this is your chance to take them one step further creatively.

Did you organise your story into paragraphs as you wrote? If so, take your completed story and count how many paragraphs you have. Now you need to make yourself a book, with that many pages, plus an extra front cover page. You can make and organise your book however you like.

Inside this book, in your most wonderful, perfect handwriting, carefully copy out your story into the book, one paragraph on each page. However make sure you leave about half of each page free, as once you have beautifully copied everything out, you will need to illustrate your book – including the front cover (don’t forget to write the authors name - yourself - on the front cover!)



Today, continuing our revision of the four main operations, I would like you to complete some multiplication. I would like you to think about the long multiplication method to work out sums that contain large numbers.

Watch this video to start you off and remind you how to do long multiplication:

Next look through the Powerpoint and complete the challenges within, using the method shown to you in the video, or any other method you are comfortable with.

Finally complete the worksheet problems. If you are doing mild, complete questions 1 - 4, hot complete 1 - 8, and spicy complete 1 - 12.

Once these are complete mark your work using this answer sheet, and check any mistakes you might have made.



Using the below BBC bitesize clip, and the Powerpoint information (or anything else you want to research yourself) write a sentence or a paragraph about how each different method of seed dispersal works, and find an accompanying picture of a plant that uses each of the methods - you can draw these, or copy these images from the internet and do your work on the computer.

BBC bitesize video on seed dispersal

Powerpoint with seed dispersal information