Rabbits – home learning for Thursday 21st May

Good Morning Rabbits

I got the job  of shopping for my family yesterday, and I was so excited to be out – but also to see the huge range of food that I can buy that comes from around the world.  The project today will be thinking about our multi-cultural food.  Please check over your spellings as I will pop a test on the page tomorrow.

Brainteaser:  I have put in a wordsearch for you this morning – I think you all enjoy doing these.  Food Wordsearch

Maths: I have included the maths tasks from white rose below.

Year 2 – Lesson 4 Maths

Year 2 Lesson 4 Answers

Year 3 Lesson 4 Answers

Year 3 Lesson 4 Maths

Additionally, I would like you to do some practical maths – in order to price your food menus, it is useful to add up costs then divide them between the number of people who are eating.  So … I would like you to work out how much you should charge for a portion of cake – please look at the attached task and see how well you can use your knowledge of fractions to solve the puzzles.  Good luck!   Cake Brain Teasers

English:  Please access the BBC Bitesize for today’s lesson.

PSHE: Mrs Viner has posted a lovely note to us all about kindness.  For today, can you read her post and do some things linked to the idea of being kind?

Project: As I said at the start, I was amazed at the different foods available from all around the world – and just in my local supermarket!  There was a whole section of Greek food with amazing sesame breadsticks, stuffed vine leaves and ice-creams.  I saw Mexican Potatas Bravas and Lime and lemon cake, I also found multi-coloured pasta from Italy, Romanian Meat Balls, German Sausage and pickled cabbage and Turkish soft cheese.  So for today – you are going to select a country from the list below and do a poster for me of their most famous food and drink items.  I would love to see pictures that you have drawn and also writing that explains the type of foods they have.

So here are my suggested countries – but if you know others – please do your own choice:  My favourite food from Australia would have to be Fairy Bread – very easy to make – but I am not sure I would want to try Erwtensoep snert – which is from Holland!

Greece,  https://bucketlistjourney.net/traditional-greek-foods-you-must-eat-in-greece/

Turkey,  https://traveltriangle.com/blog/turkish-foods/

Spain,  https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/top-10-foods-try-spain

Mexico,  https://www.delish.com/cooking/g1393/traditional-mexican-food-0710/

Italy, https://www.walksofitaly.com/blog/food-and-wine/the-16-most-iconic-foods-to-eat-in-italy

France, https://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/food-in-france.html

Holland, https://www.amsterdamtourist.info/eating-drinking/famous-dutch-food/

Austrailia, https://nomadsworld.com/australian-food/

Have a happy day!

Mrs Cooke