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# Friday 27th November

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Updated Friday 27th November

Happy "Wonka Day" Year 3.

As we discovered yesterday, Mr Wonka asked Charlie to run his chocolate factory.

The problem is he is struggling to think of some ideas for a NEW sweet.

Therefore every lesson today is all about helping Charlie, this will include; coming up with ideas for a new sweet, designing a wrapper for it, and using our Maths skills to work out the ingredients needed.

See you all at 9.00am for more details!

Today’s “Wonka Day” time table

 9-00-10.00 10.00 - 10.15 10.15-11.15 11.15-12.15 12.15 - 1.00 1:00 – 1:20 1:20- 2:20 2:20- 2:45 English BREAK DT Maths LUNCH Reading Art Mr Gilbey reads…

We have received the below letter from Charlie Bucket...

As we have discovered, Mr Wonka has asked Charlie to run his chocolate factory.

The problem is he is struggling to think of some ideas for a NEW sweet.

Therefore every lesson today is all about helping Charlie, this will include; coming up with ideas for a new sweet, designing a wrapper for it, and using our Maths skills to work out the ingredients needed.

09.00 – 10.00

English

New sweet ideas

Zoom call at 09.00am for the first 15 minutes.

It's time to help Charlie with some ideas for a new sweet.

Below are some of Mr Wonka’s original ideas we have read about in the book...

Luminous Lollies - for eating in bed at night.

Stickjaw – for talkative parents.

Magic hand-fudge – when you hold it in your hand, you taste it in your mouth.

Invisible chocolate bars – for eating in class.

What sweet would you like to make?

Why not consider…

• What happens when it is eaten?
• What could the name of it be? Think about maybe using alliteration – Gilbey’s Gobstopper, Potts Popping Popcorn are two examples.
• What ingredients would you use?

Answer these questions in your English book and keep it safe for later in the day.

10.15 – 11.15

DT

Now you have an idea about the type of sweet you would like to make, let’s design the wrapper.

Often people make a decision to buy something just by what the packaging looks like, so this is really important.

Think about what would make you pick up a sweet from the shelf… Would you be more likely to choose a sweet if it had lots of bright colours? Would you want to see the name of the sweet clearly? Could you include a slogan like “for talkative parents” or “for eating in class”?

Attached are three blank wrappers for you to use dependent on if you are going to make a bar, an individual sweet or a chewy stick.

Choose the one that best fits your idea and have a go.

11.15 – 12.15

Maths

Zoom call at 11.15am for the first 15 minutes.

I have designed my own chocolate bar and after trying lots of different ingredients, I have a bar that is fantastic, so I want to make more.

The problem is I only know what I need to make one bar. Can you help me to calculate how much of each ingredient I would need to make some more bars? To do this, what operation do you think you would need? Add? Subtract? Divide? Multiply?

That’s right, we will need to do some multiplication.

A quick example to remind you how to use arrays from earlier in the week.

1 bar            2 bars          5 bars

INGREDIENT

Raisins                   3                 ?                  ?

If I need 3 raisins to make one bar, how many would I need to make 2 bars?

To solve this we would do 3 x 2 so we would draw an array of three across and two down…

Then we would just count the total, which is 6.

Equally, if I want to make 5 bars my array would be 3 across and five down…

Then we would just count the total, which is 15.

Have a go at the attached ingredient list and calculate how much of each ingredient I would need.

1.00pm – 1.20pm

For the last time this week get your cushions and blankets out, snuggle down somewhere comfortable and do some independent reading.

If you have an opportunity why not visit the Oxford Owl site I sent out on Class Dojo yesterday and read a book from their collection?

1.20pm – 2.20pm

Art

I thought it would be nice to end this week with one final Art lesson.

What better way to finish our Wonka Day, than trying to draw the man himself, Mr Willy Wonka.

Then who better to show us how to do it, than the man trusted to illustrate most of Roald Dahl's books... Quentin Blake!

## How to draw Willy Wonka with Quentin Blake

Couple of top tips…

• Do not be afraid to pause the video at certain points for you to complete the step.
• You may need to change your drawing so please do not press too hard on your pencil to begin with. You can always go over the lines again at the end once you are happy.

2.20pm – 2.40pm