Yesterday we looked at this sequence of how to make a ham sandwich but it was not in the right order. You then made your own sandwiches and drew a picture sequence.
Some of you took photographs of each of the stages, others drew the different stages.
I have now put these pictures in the right order.
Today I would like you to use imperative (bossy) verbs and a time word (connectives) to write clear step by step instructions for each of your pictures.
E.G. First get two pieces of white bread.
Here are some imperative verbs to help you but there are many, many more.
Try to give as much detail as you can, imagine you are telling someone who has never made a sandwich before.
Today we are going to recap this weeks learning on tally charts and look how we can represent the same data in different ways. Today you will find out about pictograms. There are some pictures of pictograms below. Pictograms come with a key, in the pictograms below you can see that 1 piece of fruit and 1 blue circle is equal to a count on 1 - the same as one mark of a tally.
Today you will see a pictogram where 1 circle = a count of two. Follow the link below and watch the online lesson. There is also then an additional activity to complete where you will need to show the tally chart data on a pictogram.
Be careful, always look at the key for every pictogram.
Use this key to help you create a pictogram of the tally data.
So far in our R.E journey we have thought about who we would like as our 12 leaders and what we would do if we ruled a country. Remember we thought about out 12 leaders because Jesus had 12 disciples.
Today I would like you watch the story about one of the men that became a disciple. When Jesus made his decision lots of people said " No Jesus, not him!". Why do you think they said this? Why do you think Jesus chose Matthew?