Hi everyone, hope you are all ok. Well I can’t believe it is Friday already!! Here is your learning for today.
I have enjoyed looking at all your learning this week. Please keep sending it to me!
I hope you have a good weekend and I will see you next week.
I hope you have enjoyed this week’s story Meerkat Mail. Now that you know the story really well, I would like you to retell the story in your own words. You could always draw an “S plan” first to help you remember the key events.
Remember to use:
Capital letter to start a sentence
Full stop at the end of a sentence
Conjunctions to write longer sentences Y1 – use and, but
Y2 you could also use because, when, or, if
Adjectives to add detail to your story
CHALLENGE: Can you include a question? Can you use an exclamation mark in your story?
Here is the link to the story again if you need it.
Year 1 – Today I would like you to count in 5s. Can you count in 6s to your grown up? Try counting forwards and back in 5s to and from 100. Click on the word document below.
Here is a game to practise counting in 5s. Remember to click on counting in 5s today!
Year 2 – Can you complete this place value activity and then try the challenge.
Try this different shark place value game.
Blue group - can you play I spy? Find the different super heroes, count them and write how many there are on the checklist.
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
Year 1 and 2 – can you complete the 6 activities on your activity mat?
How can you stay healthy?
Click the link below to watch a video which has lots of ways to stay healthy.
What I want you to do today for your Science learning is create a poster that will tell people how they can stay healthy! Make sure it looks interesting as it needs to catch the eyes of the people who look at it! Include pictures and important information!
Now for the challenge. You all enjoyed sketching a penguin last week, with such fantastic results that I thought I would set this tricky challenge!!!
Can you draw a meerkat?
Here are a few links, pick which one you would like to try.
Please send me pictures of your finished sketches. I would love to see them. Remember the email address is email@example.com