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Good morning, Magnolia Class!


I hope you had a great weekend and enjoyed the sunshine.



Joe Wicks:



Year 3, Willy Wonka needs our help! The Oompa Loompa’s are on holiday but Wonka need to make a new chocolate bar to sell. 


When we create new products, we have to make sure that we are not stealing other people’s idea and that our product tastes good. Before we start designing or making we need to taste test. 


Your job for today is to think about your favourite chocolate bars (or sweet treats) think about what they taste like and what the texture is like in your mouth. (If you have any chocolate or other sweet treat in the house you might like to taste them to remind yourself.) 


Write a description to describe the sweet treat. The rule is that you are not allowed to tell us what you are describing. We should be able to guess. Consider the words that you might use to describe something sweet. 


This must be written using paragraphs.  



Give yourself 20 minutes to take a break.



Today, we’re looking at adding fractions.


Click the link:


Summer Term – Week 2 (w/c 27 April)


Lesson 1 – Add fractions


Watch the video.


Next, open up the task sheet and have a go at answering the questions.


You can either print it out and write your answers on the sheet, or you can open it up and type your answers in the answer boxes.


If any of the questions are too tricky, you can skip them or come back to them later.


It’s lunch time so take an hour to have some lunch and have a break.



Take a look at the spelling page for this week.


On this sheet, I’ve jumbled up the spelling words.


See if you can unscramble the words and work out what they are. Type the correct words in each box.


Take a look at this video:


What things can we do to keep healthy?


Create a presentation that tells people how to keep healthy. It could be a leaflet, a poster, or even a video. Do it in any way you like.




Take a look at this video:


Next, take a look at this:


How do you think people felt during those days? How does it compare to how easily we can get food nowadays?


Well done, everyone.


Have a great evening!


Mr O’Mallan