Yesterday’s answers

Here are the answers to Yesterday’s work:

 

EBM:

 

Year 5 maths:

Please note that, for some of these, there is more than one answer and an example is given. If you’re still not sure whether you’ve got it correct, send me an email.

 

Year 6 maths:

Please note that, for some of these, there is more than one answer and an example is given. If you’re not sure whether you’ve got it correct, send me an email.

 

Bar models:

 

Writing:

Please note that you could have some of these coloured in differently – as some could be more than one. Technically speaking, all (apart from Mr. Masood, London, Titanic and Atlantic Ocean) can be classed as common nouns – as all nouns are either common or proper.

However, here’s some other specific examples which you may have different:

– Pride can be an abstract noun (if referring to the feeling of pride); it could also be a collective noun (if referring to a pride of lions).
– Friendship is an abstract noun, but could also be considered a compound noun.