Wk beginning 14/01/19
A brilliant week of learning in Otter Class!
.In English we have investigated the tricky skill of apostrophe use. We learnt that there are two types: possessive and contraction. We learnt that a possessive apostrophe shows that something belongs to someone, for example - Zog's shiny medal. We also learnt that a contraction apostrophe is used when two words are pushed together to represent the missing letters, such as - I can't believe it!
We then used this skill in a character description of Zog. The Otter's work didn't disappoint me!
In maths we have become mega multiplicators! We have investigated many different multiplication methods, including arrays, repeated addition and mental recall.I recommend the following video to aid in your Otters 3 times tables learning -
It is brilliant!
Have a lovely week!
Love from Otter Class. xxx