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Now that you have started to design your board-game, you need to think of the rules and instructions on how to play. Here is an example from The Game of Life - Mr. Lawson's favourite game when he was a child.

 

 

Now write your own instructions - you can illustrate them if you would like to.

Maths:

 

Mr Grant's group:

This link recaps multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000 and reminds you how to divide decimals by 10, 1000 and 1000

 

 

Divide the following by 10, 100 and 1000

 

9872          98.2           3.75           0.02          8873.213         7.001

 

 

Mrs. Dawson's group:

 

 

1. 124 X 2 =                          5. 632 X 6 =

2. 321 X 3 =                          6. 741 X 5 =                       

3. 216 X 4 =                          7. 845 X 4 =

4. 527 X 3 =                          8. 693 X 7 =

 

 

Afternoon:

Continue making game

 

 

Science:

Classification - Vertebrates are sorted into the following Kingdoms: 

Mammal, Reptile, Amphibian, Fish, Birds.

 

Sort these animals into the correct group (you can decide how to present your work). 

 

Toad, sparrow, shark, human, frog, turtle, salmon, cat, dolphin, clownfish, giraffe, cobra, eagle, chicken, cow, newt, seal. Add other animals that you think of.

 

‘Work Together. Play Together, Succeed Together

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