# Making a Cartouche

A cartouche is a name plate. It’s usually oval with your name written in the middle of it. A cartouche is attached to your coffin.

The ancient Egyptians wanted to make sure that their two souls – the Ba and the Ka – could find their way back to their tomb at night, after they died. No one wanted their Ba or Ka to get lost. A cartouche made it very easy for a Ba and Ka to find their way home.

A cartouche was meant to protect against evil spirits both in this life and the afterlife.

http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/cartouche/cartouche.html

# Fraction Games

Definition of a Fraction: A fraction is part of a whole. For example: One piece of pizza is part of the whole pizza. If the pizza is cut into four equal pieces, each piece is 1/4 of the pizza. (One of four pieces). Two pieces would be 2/4 (2 pieces). And three pieces of pizza would be 3/4 (3 pieces out of 4 pieces.)

Here are some games you can play to improve your fractions knowledge.
http://www.transum.org/Software/sw/Starter_of_the_day/Students/Fraction_line/sort.asp

This one is a little harder.

http://mrnussbaum.com/fractions-video-1/

# Week 8 Homework

This week your homework task is to find two recipes that your family uses to make healthy meals.
It could be two main meals, snacks or desserts.
We will be making your recipes into a class book. Everyone will be able to get a copy of the book.

# Persuasive texts

Persuasion texts are written for the purpose of presenting a point of view in favour or against a specific topic. The ultimate aim is to try to convince the reader to agree with your opinion, or take a certain course of action, by giving reasons and examples to support your ideas.

Structure:
Introduction
– include a statement to give the author’s opinion

Body
• are emotive
• are biased
• sound authoritative
– include a series of paragraphs
– give a new idea or argument with reasons and examples to support it in each paragraph
– use persuasive language
– use quoted or reported speech
– use cohesive language to link ideas between paragraphs

Conclusion
– restate the position of the writer
– sum up the main arguments
– include request action to be taken by the reader (optional)
– do NOT give any new information

# Number patterns

Complete the number sequences…
​What is the rule for each sequence??

Example:

3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24. Rule: Add 3

8, 12, 16, _, _, _​ Rule:
2. 19, 28, 37, _, _, _ ​Rule:
3. 33, 27, 21, _, _, _ ​Rule:
4. 13, 25, 37, _, _, _​ Rule:
5. 100, 96, 92, _, _, Rule:
6. 43, 38, 33, _, _, _ ​Rule:
7. 74, 82, 90, _, _, _​Rule:
8. 62, 65, 68, _, _, _​Rule:
9. 2, 20, 38, _, _, _​ Rule:
10. 66, 60, 54, _, _, _​Rule:
11. _, _, 44, 33, 22, _​Rule:
12. _, 40, 60, 80, _, _​Rule:
13. _, _, _, 49, 42, 35​ Rule:
14. _, _, 90, 81, 72, _​ Rule:
15. _, _, -5, 0, 5, _​ Rule:
16. _, -8, -4, 0, _ _​ Rule:
17. 85, _, 77, 73, _, _​Rule:

Extension: Make up three number sequences for someone else to solve. One easy, one medium and one hard.

Can you crack this code?

http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/maths/powerpoint/code_crackers.ppt