10 minute starter
Click on the link below and play the place value basketball game - numbers up to 19.
Read the information about homes in the 1950s. Use the sheet below to write a sentence for each picture. If you don't have a printer at home you could draw each picture in your red exercise book and write a sentence underneath.
Lesson 4 - Geography
Today we are going to use our geography skills to look at some maps. A map is a two-dimensional drawing of an area. Maps can show the countryside, a town, a country or even the whole world.
Your first job is to have a look at the 1950s map below, this is a map of an area in the 1950s what can you see? We can see a factory, houses, a church, some shops, a train station and a river.
Now, have a look at the present day map below. The map below shows exactly the same place but this time it is in the present day. What can you see? There are lots of things that have changed.
On this map, can you put a circle around the differences you can see compared to the first one. For example, there are more car parks because more people own cars.
Can you have a think what has changed on the map and why? What do you think has caused these changes?
Lesson 5 : SPAG
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Targeted Question Book - 'Joining sentences with and', page 5
You can use the word and to join sentences together. For example We have a pond. It is small. Can be joined together with and to become We have a pond and it is small.