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Good morning, Cherry Class!


I hope you’re all enjoying the sunshine. I’ve been really impressed by what I’ve seen this week.


Here are today’s jobs:



Joe Wicks:



Take a look at this website: 


Can you create a simple sentence and the use a conjunction to extend it? 


Can you create a second sentence using a comma to expand and add extra information? 



Yesterday, you followed at set of instructions to create a treat. Would this have worked if you didn’t follow the steps in order? Why? 


Things to think about: 

  • Why is it important to ensure your steps are in chronological order? 
  • Why is it important to ensure each step is clear and concise? 


Today’s task is to write a set of instructions to instruct Miss Hodder and Mr O’Mallan on how to make the treat you created yesterday. 

You can’t just use the recipe that you followed.  


Your recipe/instructions should include: 

  • A title; 
  • Equipment list; 
  • Ingredients; 
  • Method;
  • Imperative verbs (bossy words); 
  • Time conjunctions;
  • Clear and concise commands; 
  • A clear layout;
  • A picture of the desired treat; 
  • Timings for cooking.


Give yourself 20 minutes to take a break.



Today, we’re looking at comparing fractions.


Click the link:


Summer Term – Week 1 (w/c 20 April)


Lesson 3 – Comparing 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.



Read the story and have a go at answering the questions.


Today, we’re looking at weather and climate.


Go to this website and watch the video:


Next, try the game at the bottom of the page.


After that you can draw, write or design a poster about climate. Maybe you can:

  • Tell your reader what climate means;
  • How climate changes;
  • How the climate in the UK has changed.


It’s completely up to you!



Here are some words for our Scrumdiddlyumptious topic:


chocolate     delicious      scrumptious           succulent     smooth         silky

creamy         Willy Wonka          crunchy


Have a go at writing them. See if you can spell them correctly without looking at them.


After that, try finding them in this word search.

Well done today, Cherry Class.


See you all back here tomorrow!


Miss Hodder