It's day 2 of World Book Day themed English sessions!
Today you will introduced to authors Humza Arshad and Henry White who have written a series of books called 'Little Badman'.
First, open the extract below and enjoy having a read! Then answer the questions below:
1. How does Humza feel about ‘world-saving’? How do you know? (page 1)
2. What sort of relationship does Humza have with Umer? How can you tell? (pages 2–8)
3. How does the ending of the chapter make you want to read on? (page 8)
Humza talks about how you can miss out in life if you judge things or people before you’ve given them a chance. Imagine if Little Badman hadn’t gone to the meteor shower – he would’ve missed a great adventure!
• In the story, Humza doesn’t want to go to the meteor shower because he thinks it sounds like boring science stuff. Actually, it turns out to be a big adventure for him. Can you think of a similar experience of your own, where you didn’t want to do something, but it turned out to be amazing? Write a paragraph telling us about it.
• In the story, Humza judges the kids in the neighbouring town – but in the end they turn out to be nice people who help him. Write a persuasive speech about why it is important not to judge others too soon.
Today the focus of back onto multiplication, using all the methods we looked at last week.
The methods we will be recapping are:
- The Grid Method
- The Short Method
- The Expanded Method
- The Compact Method
Open the document below to work through the challenges.
Following on from the work on the Water Cycle, today we will be looking at rivers and how they are formed. Open the PowerPoint below!