In English Miss Smith has introduced Apostrophes, there are 2 types–Possessive and Contracted.
Today we are looking at Contracted….If we put two words together and miss out some letters, we need to add an apostrophe where the missing letters are.
e.g: ‘do not’ would change to ‘don’t’
That’s it, you’ve got it…. Now write these sentences again but add an apostrophe in the correct place….
1.Winnie said, It is too quiet on the streets below.
2. I wish we were not stuck in the house all the time, said Winnie.
3. Wilbur did not like his special collar.
4. The scientist on the TV said you must not touch your face.
5. We are going to paint a rainbow to thank the NHS.
For Maths today we are going to combine what we learnt on Tuesday and Wednesday.
You will need to read the instructions carefully and follow the directions to help Pirate Pete find all of his things….
1. Forward 1 square, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 2 squares. What have you found?
2. 1/4 turn clockwise, forward 2, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 3 _______.
3. Forward 2, 1/4 turn clockwise, forward 1, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 2_______.
4. Forward 3, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise, forward 1, 1/4 turn clockwise and then back 2_______.
5.1/4 turn clockwise, forward 3, 3/4 turn anti-clockwise, back 1, 1/4 turn clockwise and then forward 2. What did you find?
6. What directions would you give to Pirate Pete to help him get to his bottle?
7. Forward 2, 3/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 3. Did you find any treasure?
8. 3/4 turn anti-clockwise, back 1, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise, forward 4, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 1_______.
9. Can you give Pirate Pete directions to find Percy Parrot?
Great work, Shipmates! Now Pirate Pete has gathered his things, he is ready to set sail.
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