Dear Year 4
I hope you got on well with your work yesterday.
Today we are working on converting units of capacity, so changing litres to millilitres. If you were fine with Kg to grams then you will be fine with this work, as there are the same number of smaller units (1000) in a bigger unit.
Ext: Ask mummy to find a measuring jug out for you and practise filling some containers and then working out how much they hold. The more you do, the more accurate you will become. So how much would a standard mug hold?
30l 300ml 30ml
For your English today, you will be starting sentences in different ways, using as many of the same words as possible. You may need to add one or two extra words, but no more than that.
The greedy dog charged down Darkes Lane, after stealing a link of sausages from the butcher. (determiner)
Charging down Darkes Lane, was the greedy dog, who had stolen a link of sausages from the butcher. (present participle)
Down Darkes Lane, the greedy dog charged, after stealing a link of sausages from the butcher. (Preposition place)
After stealing a link of sausages from the butcher, the greedy dog charged down Darkes Lane.(Preposition - time)
Madly, after stealing a line of sausages from the butcher, the greedy dog charged down Darkes Lane. (Adverb)
Now you try it. Your starting sentence is:
The young girl licked her lips madly, as the chocolate sauce dribbled down her chin.