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W.B 18.01.21

Use your interview questions from yesterday to help you write/type up a report about what Paddington did in prison.

22.02.12: Paddington | Cooking With Paddington Brings Out The Best In You

Imagine you are a news reporter living in London. You hear news that a small bear has completely changed and cheered up the prison he is in. He has got the inmates baking and being kind to each strange for a prison! Imagine you take your notepad and pen and go down to the prison to ask some questions to write up your report. Who will you ask and what will you ask them? Will you speak to the prison wardens, the cook, Paddington himself? Imagine and write down your responses.

Have a go at using place value to help you write these numbers in order from smallest to biggest- remember to look at what each digit is worth.

20.01.21: The 3 little pigs and the big bad wolf story- who is to blame?

This is a twist on the original story. In this version we meet the third little pig who has "boiled" the big bad wolf alive. We hear that because he blew down the first two houses, the third pig was taking no chances and killed him. Social media goes crazy and people who work for newspapers (or not) are voicing their opinion. Imagine you work for a big newspaper and its your job to write a report for the paper about this incident. What questions would you ask the third little pig? Write down your interview questions...

The TRUE story of the 3 little pigs by A.Wolf as told to Jon Scieszka.

Listen to this version of the the three little pigs and the big bad it the same story as you remember? Is the wolf the same wolf we remember from other traditional tales like red riding hood?

19.01.21: You might need an adult to help you read this poem about the big bad wolf from little red riding hood- you may be able to read it yourself! Then on the second page have a go at answering the questions about the poem. You could print it off and write the answers or simply discuss your thoughts with an adult.

20.01.21: rounding to the nearest 10.

Have a go at the questions on here.

19.01.21/ 20.01.21: Rounding to 10, 100 and 1000

This is a really helpful video which will help jog your memory on how the round numbers to the nearest 10,100 and 1000. You may want to watch this to help you with the task above.

Newspaper reports often contain facts (truth) and lots of opinions (what someone believes or thinks). Try sort out which of these are fact and which are opinion.

How To Write A Newspaper Article | Report Writing KS2

This week in English our focus is on newspapers, newspaper articles and chronological report writing. Watch this clip to find out some facts and knowledge about newspaper article writing.