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LO: To discuss narrative poetry and record ideas for a narrative (R3,10 and W10).

WISH 1: I can identify features of a narrative poem.

WISH 2: I can identify the structure of a narrative.

WISH 3: I can add details to the poem to plan a story.


Handwriting (10mins)

Rhyming Words 43


See slides.


Watch performance of Chocolate Cake.

Read the paper version.

What is a narrative poem?

Look at features using the slide and identify these in Chocolate Cake.

Discuss the structure of the narrative – beginning, middle and end.

Discuss how details could be added to make it an interesting story, e.g a reason why he got the chocolate cake – birthday etc, his thoughts and feelings when waking up, when finishing it, his parents reactions to it being eaten, his punishment etc.



L.O: To divide by 3, 4, 5 and 8 (M12)

Wish 1: I can recall the 10 times table.

Wish 2: I can divide without a remainder.

Wish 3: I can divide with a remainder.


Go through the Power Point. on the website linked below or see the paper version.

Work through each slide, completing any tasks in your books.

If there is a question, you may want to answer it in your head, answer it aloud or tell an adult who may be working with you. The answer(s) will then always be on the next slide.



Textbook page work: page 90.

This will be emailed to you.

There will be an example on the slides on how to set it out in your books.


LO: To write a story based on a narrative poem that includes conjunctions (W13 and W22).

WISH 1: I can write a story with a clear beginning, middle and end.

WISH 2: I can add details to make my story interesting.

WISH 3: I can include a range of conjunctions.


See slides

Encourage children to think about fronted adverbials of time to help move the story on – share some examples – Before/After school, In the morning, Before/After dinner, Later on, After a while etc


Ch will have this lesson and the first lesson of next week to complete their stories.


Ch independently write their stories. Encourage them to vary how they begin sentences (use time openers) and remind them to use a range of conjunctions.



Music (45 minutes)

N/A We are learning to play the glockenspiel.


Please watch the video about basic notation on Oak National Academy. If you play an instrument at home then you can practise this.


The children will be learning French colours using a programme in school.

Use the YouTube video up to 3:02 to hear the pronunciation of these.