The Disgusting Sandwich
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Look at Patterns in Nature to guess where these patterns are found in nature. Discuss the patterns you have seen, is it stripes, shapes or a colour that is repeated to make the pattern? Me reí mucho... y me dio mucho asco, también. La fórmula repetitiva de ir avanzando y repitiendo secuencias sirve mucho para armar ambiente y expectativas, las cuales se cumplen con todo éxito en esta historia. No me esperaba el giro del final, y me reí casi a carcajadas. When a boy brings his mouth-watering sandwich to the park, he’s not the only one who thinks it looks rather appetizing. A series of animals also have their greedy eyes on it, including one very hungry badger.
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Not sure if it's a Midwest thing or not, but everyone in my family is a fan of deer summer sausage with grape jelly on fresh white bread. It's a great sweet and salty combination.Extra Challenge: Proof read your story once you have finished it and edit, not only making corrections but also revising and improving where appropriate. Learning Objective: Find out and describe how plants need water light and a suitable temperature to grow and stay healthy.
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Activity: Create your own dance routine of @ 1 min – 1 min 30 secs connecting at least 5 moves with freestyle monkey moves, you will need at least 3. Learning Objective: Add and subtract any 2 two-digit numbers using an efficient strategy, explaining their method verbally, in pictures or using apparatus. Extension: Try the ‘Diving into Mastery’ challenges. There are three levels of challenge here; try the simplest level and move on only if the level of challenge is appropriate.introduction to capital letters, full stops, question marks and exclamation marks to demarcate sentences Mayo, cheddar, cranberry sauce and smoked oysters. It started when my now-ex asked me to make him a sandwich, in a really awful, entitled, sexist way: he hated smoked oysters. I had to take a bite out of it when he flipped out, but it's actually surprisingly great. Support: If your child has difficulty following the tutorial, please complete Lesson 4 – 2-Digit Add and Subtract Ones (Tutorial under the Summer Term – Week 3) instead. The worksheet is available here.