Maths: Today we will be looking at word problems that involve multiplying a three digit number by a 1 digit number.
If you still want more of a challenge, can you spot the mistakes in the challenge of the day?
English: Meet me at 10 o'clock for our English lesson. We will be looking at the difference between direct speech and reported speech. It is important to know the difference as both are used in a journalistic writing.
After our lesson, I would like you to have a go at converting some direct speech into reported speech.
Today we are going to be creating an Artist study for a new artist, called Elyse Dodge.
Click on the link below and it will take you to a website called Quizizz, read the information on the different slides and then complete the quiz at the end. When you join it will ask you for your name, please make sure you enter it!
When you have completed the quiz, I'd like you to create your artist study. I have uploaded some photos of examples of artist studies that some of you created for Beth Caverner and some I have found online. Use the information you found out about Elyse Dodge in the quiz to help write information about her, use the artist study prompts uploaded to help you analyse her work and try to recreate one of her pieces of art. It doesn't have to be the whole piece, it could be just a section. Try to explore a range of different mediums if you have them available to you paint, colour pencils, pens etc. Please don't worry if you don't have paint etc, just use what you have available! Think about which medium is best and explain why.