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Repeat, Revisit, Remember!

30.11.20 Questions of the week


  • 3 x 2 x 5 = 
  • 20 x 4 = 
  • We know that 8 x 4 = 32; what other three facts do we know?


  • Pretend that you are trying to convince somebody to visit Walsall. What will you say to make them visit? Draw pictures and write powerful sentences to make it sound like a good idea to come here! Use the physical and human geography of the local area to help with your work.

23.11.20 Questions of the week


  • 2 x 5 = ?,    ? x 10 = 60?,    5 x ? = 35,   22 = 2 x ?


  • In the following passage list all of the a) nouns, b) adjectives, c) verbs and d) adverbs:


The kind, handsome teacher stood beautifully at the front of the cold classroom and watched the smelly, loud children as they played frantically. He sipped his coffee cup calmly and turned to table 1, watching them as they smashed their rulers and ripped their exercise books wildly.


  • List 10 rivers that can be found in the United Kingdom; how many of these rivers flow through the West Midlands?

16.11.20 Questions of the week


  • 16 + __ = 28,  81 - __ = 39,  35 + __ = 72,  932 - ___ = 478


  • List the mistakes you can find in this paragraph:


'i luv eeting chocolate, said mary calmly. You nead to share more muttered mr gum. I get so jelos when you have all of that lovely candy and ive got nothing. Mary was a sweet and kind girl so shee grashusly past the grumpy man some chocolate to eet


09.11.20 Questions of the week


  • What are the main features of a non-chronological report? How are these features different from a story? Why?


  • Which of these calculations have the greatest answer?


             141 + 532        1,021 - 389      555 + 117       999 - 432


  • Where in the UK would you like to visit for a holiday? Tell me why and talk about the human and physical geography that helped you make your choice.



02.11.20 Questions of the week


  • What is 45 + 28? What about 145 + 128? What do you notice? Why is this happening?


  • Which four countries make up the United Kingdom? What are their capital cities?


  • What physical geography have you observed in your local area? What about the human geography?

19.10.20 Questions of the week


  • Can you write a short passage describing the dragon's cave from the princess's point of view? Try to include adjectives, similes, onomatopoeia and any other of the writing techniques we have learnt this year.


  • Which of these calculations is the hardest? Why? Try solving all three once you have decided.

    345 - 234 =           372 - 196 =          389 - 297 = 


  • If you could travel in time to Ancient Rome what would you want to see most? Where would you go? What would you do?


12.10.20 Questions of the week:


  • Can you edit the following sentences? Look out for spelling, punctuation and missed opportunities for interesting descriptions.


'get out of my casul! bellowed the king. Soldiers screemed, shouted and wailed as the dragon tore thru there defences. the pretty princess cried when she realised that the battle wos lost


  • If we add two ones to 356 what number will we have? What about two tens? What about two hundreds?
  • What was life like for children in Ancient Rome? How was it different from today?


05.10.20 Questions of the week:


  • How would you improve the sentence 'The dragon was angry and he bit the soldier.'?
  • How many tens are there in 579?
  • Why did the senators want to kill Julius Caesar?

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