### White rabbits, white rabbits, white rabbits!

Did you say this today when you woke up?  It is British folklore which is believed to bring good luck on the first of the month when said aloud.

‘White rabbits, white rabbits’ was written in the ‘Notes and Queries’ book from 1909. It reads “My two daughters are in the habit of saying ‘Rabbits!’ on the first day of each month. The word must be spoken aloud, and be the first word said in the month. It brings luck for that month. Other children, I find, use the same formula.” (itvnewschannel, 1/5/15).

### English:

L.I. To look at the language of a poem

If you have missed the Google meet today, please use the link below.  It has all the information on for today.

Monday 1st February

### Maths:

We are continuing our unit on fractions for the next few weeks with Oak Academy.  These videos can be played as many times as you wish.

L.I. To recognise fractions as different representations

Please click onto Lesson 1.  All the activities are within this.  The worksheet can be printed off if you wish.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/fractions-0678

If you find this difficult then here is an alternative activity to try. There is a sheet for 1, 2 and 3 star.

colour-and-label-fractions

For the fractions matching cards, you will need to print it out and scissors to cut it up in order to sort.

I suggest putting two pages onto one to use less paper.

fractions-matching-cards

### P.E.

Please choose a form of activity today that you enjoy.  Why not try something  different? Why not some Yoga? Have a look on Youtube, there are lots on there. As always Mr Garvey has his blog available today and there is always Joe Wicks too.  Alternatively you may want to do something to raise your heart rate with your family.  Whatever you choose, have fun.

### Topic

L.I. To locate key areas of higher ground in the UK

Please have a look through this powerpoint.

Lesson Presentation UK Mountains blog

Here are the activities:

Locating UK Mountains

If you want to, here is a practical fun activity using a potato!

Potato contours

Have a lovely day

Love, Mrs G. ???⛰?