Welcome to your home learning for Monday 11th May 2020!
This week, you will only find instructions for your English and maths tasks here. I am hoping that you will be able to complete these independently. Have a go and see how you get on!
This week we are looking at inverted commas (speech marks).
Today, we are learning about reporting clauses.
A reporting clause is where you add detail about who is saying the words and how they are saying it. It can go before or after the speech.
If a reporting clause is before the speech, you need to place a comma before the speech.
e.g. Miss Heffernan suggested, "Put the comma before the words that come out of the person's mouth."
If a reporting clause is after the speech, you either use a full stop, exclamation mark or question mark to show it is the end of a sentence.
e.g. "If it is the end of the speech, use a full stop, exclamation mark or question mark," said Miss Heffernan
This week we are looking at symmetry.
An object is symmetrical when one half is a mirror image of the other half.
This means that the size must stay the same.
Have a go at making these pictures look exactly the same in their mirror reflections.
You should be able to do this independently!