Next week’s learning:
This week, we have been continuing our story The Baker by the Sea. We looked at using descriptive devices such as alliteration and similes to make a village sound appealing. We then looked at how the village in our story is damaged by a great flood. We read a letter by the chair councillor asking the residents to have a meeting. We used the auxiliary verb have to show the present perfect. This was to show what the villagers had done to try and make it a better place.
We have been looking at the 3 times table before moving on to looking at the 6s. We looked at the similarities of them both. We noticed that the 6 times table is double the 3 times table. We then used arrays to create fact families, looking at the inverse and commutativity.