Good Morning Rabbits and I hope you are going to have some fun with this learning today. I have loved seeing the work that you have done already on your maths and making some lovely restaurants and eateries. Well done.
Spelling: Can you check in the spelling page and copy out your spellings as usual – these are all words relating to food and cookery.
Reading: I have found a short story for you to read today – can you also go onto your own Reading Eggs to keep up with your reading tasks and as it is such a lovely day – why not take out some reading at lunch time – a book, comic, cook book etc and enjoy the weather.
English: BBC Bitesize is offering today’s lesson please log on
Maths: I have copied out the maths tasks for today from Whiterose:
Project: continuing with food (one of my favourite topics!) Here is a nice activity to make for the butterflies – it is a bar for butterflies – have a look at the instructions and see if you can find suitable equipment to make the bar. Make a Butterfly Bar alternatively, there is another one to make for birds. apple_bird_feeder_tcm9-405020 if you do not have the necessary equipment.
Please take a few minutes to watch this youtube clip about the history of CHEESE. (some of it can be a bit odd – but it is a fun cartoon)
Cheese has been made for many thousands of years – and this shows how it began almost by accident. So for today’s topic activity I would like you to create a cheesy character – it might be a Strong Cheddar – who is a super-hero and saves onions from being eaten – or a Soft Brie that is hopeless at doing anything as it is runny all the time. Create your cheese character – give them a name – and then I would like a short story about this cheesy being. Imagine the adventure or journey a cheese might have? You can set your story in a kitchen to begin with – but it could go beyond that. Please have some fun and use that wild imagination of yours!