Today you’ll need to watch and listen to the next 3 chapters of George’s Marvellous Medicine:
Chapter 3 – George Begins to Make the Medicine, read by Mrs Downings
Chapter 4 – Animal Pills, read by Miss Kime
Chapter 5 – The Cook-up, read by Miss Hartshorn
You can listen to them all in one go, or you can start your activity after either Chapter 3 or 4. In these chapters George goes round his house looking for ingredients to put in his medicine. He chooses Goldengloss Hair Shampoo from the bathroom, Lipstick from the bedroom, Waxwell floor polish from the laundry room, a tin of curry powder from the kitchen, animal pills from the shed, engine oil from the garage and lots more.
Your job is to write your own marvellous recipe using things you can find around your house. There is a sheet called 'George's Marvellous Recipe' for you to list your ingredients with 3 options – choose the one you think will suit you best. Remember, we are only pretending, we don’t want you to actually make your marvellous medicine!
What can you remember about inverse operations? Take the quiz to find out.
This lesson will use our knowledge of multiplication and division 'fact families' in order to find the missing number in a range of questions.
In the resources below, you will find the worksheet to complete whilst you are listening to Miss Brinkworth and a missing numbers worksheet to complete after the lesson.
Today we will be moving on from last week’s lesson on the parts of the plant, to looking at the parts and functions of the flower, specifically the male and female parts. Click the link below to follow the online lesson. You will need some paper, a pencil or pen, a ruler and some colouring pencils or felt tips.