Good morning. It is Friday! Where has the week gone?! I hope you have enjoyed this week’s learning. Don’t forget to complete your weather diary again!
I hope you all have a lovely weekend and the weather stays nice for you.
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Reading / RWI. UPDATED INFORMATION
They have updated these daily lessons on youtube to include word time for set 1 speed sounds and spelling for set 2 and 3. There is also “Storytime with Nick” three times a week and some poems that your child can learn and perform.
For information on this please go to the first page on home learning.
Year 1 - Our maths warm up is looking at some shape patterns:
Your learning for today is making equal groups when grouping amounts. I’ve attached a power point that explains grouping and then a worksheet for you to try.
Remember to practise your times tables with Times Tables Rock Stars.
Blue group: Your learning today is 3D shapes. Do you remember the poem? I’ve attached it in the power point that explains each 3D shape you need to know below. There is also a worksheet about naming these 3D shapes, remember to spot them around your house too, you could go on a shape walk and see how many you can see around you, have fun!
Year 2 – Now you have practised your subtraction, you are going to use this to help you work out these word problems. You can use the same methods as you practised yesterday.
Today we are going to find out about the lady who rides a very special bike. Her name is Mr Armitage.
Watch the story of “Mrs Armitage on wheels.” Listen carefully. When you have finished, I would like you to write sentences to show all the ways Mrs Armitage changed the bike and why she added the new objects.
E.g. Mrs Armitage added an umbrella to her bike so that she could stay dry.
This week we are going to be focusing on rhythm. Rhythm is the repeated sound you can hear in a piece of music. Below is a video of Meg to show us about following a rhythm. Have a watch and then do the task in the next sentence.
Can you listen to your radio at home and clap along with the rhythm? Or can you write your own rhythm using crotchets and quavers?
This week we are going to be having our PE session on a Friday. I would like you to choose one of Joe Wick’s PE sessions from this week to complete. This is Monday's lesson but you can decide whcih one you wish to do!
Remember to try your best, I’ll be doing it home as well.