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Friday 12th



L/O: Fractions S/C: Add 3 or more fractions / converting fractions / ordering fractions

Explain the task to the class. (Order Order) Choose four different fractions with the same or different denominators. Ask your child to convert the fractions so that they have the same denominator and then to order them from smallest to largest. For example: ¼, 2/8, 1/8 and 7/16…. ¼ converts to 4/16… 2/8 converts to 4/16…. 1/8 converts to 2/16…. So the final order can now be calculated from smallest to largest. Try this a few different times to practise converting and ordering skills.


There are sheets below to cut out and practise ordering fractions:

Complete the worksheet below, refreshing previous topic areas, showing all your working out.

Maths of the Day



Success Criteria: I can write the final version of my emotive poem.

Edit your poem to ensure you are happy with it and that it reflects your best writing. Then write up your final version of your poem, ensure you use your neatest cursive handwriting and include all the non-negotiables. As we do in school add a background to your poem if you would like.

Final edit & Writing up in best

Guided Reading


Free choice reading. Enjoy reading a good book for at least 20 minutes.

Geography - Around the world: Project.

Today, spend time to complete your project on your chosen country. Remember the key questions for your project:

  1. What is the name of your country?
  2. What is the country’s flag?
  3. Where is your country? i.e. which continent, can you find an image on a map?
  4. What are the lines of longitude and latitude for your country?

Facts about your country. Does it have any mountain ranges? Does it have any particular landmarks? What is its capital city? What is the farming like in your country? Who is the Prime Minister/ President of your country?

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