A quick message from Mr Kaid:
I just want to thank all the parents who I have communicated with over the past few weeks. It's always daunting starting at a new school however, you have all been very welcoming and have helped me to feel right at ease.
Please do keep sending me the fantastic work over the half-term even if you do not finish, as I can send you feedback regardless; I am here to help and I do think it's important that our children make the best progress with their learning.
I will set up a zoom meeting for the first week back; I will email you the details when I'm aware of the slot.
It's half-term next week so please relax, have fun and most importantly stay safe during this difficult time. I hope to see you all soon!
From Mr Kaid
Morning Ahlberg class, it is Friday, what day was it yesterday can you remember? What day will it be tomorrow then? Today it is the Ghostbusters dance, are you ready? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYgIVc5Jvjg
For today’s learning we have…
One lesson will show at 9.30am each day and be available for 24 hours.
If you are in Mrs Daniel’s RML group you will need to watch set 1. If you are in Ms Ellson’s or Mrs Riley’s RML group you will need to watch the Set 2 Speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. You should watch these every day.
I have attached the link here.
Today we are going to be practising spelling some of the common exception words you need to be able to read and spell by the end of the year.
First, I would like you to look at the first word and try and take a “photograph” of it in your mind. Which is the tricky part of the word to remember?
Now rainbow write the word on a piece of paper.
then repeat with the other words. This is a good way of learning your spellings.
When you have finished practising each spelling, I would like you to open the spelling activity, read the sentences and correct the spelling mistakes.
I have attached a copy of all the common exception words so if you want to practise your spellings this way when you have time.
I can’t wait to see how many common exception words you can read and spell when you come back to school. Send me an email of your scores and how you are doing.
Today, for your learning, you will read the words using the sounds that you know.
You will then match the picture to the words.
Today, we will use our counting in 5s knowledge to count to 50. If you are not sure about counting on in 5s, you can use a number grid, which I have attached to your worksheet. Remember that when we count in 5s, we always miss a number so:
5, 10, 15, 20……… Numbers in our 2s always end in either 0 and 5.
Watch this video to complete your warm-up and learning:
In the first task, I would like you to colour in the 5s to 50. Then, I would like you to answer the questions. Remember to count carefully and use the number grid to help you!
Today you will be counting forwards and backwards in 1s. You can use a number line like this to help you:
If we look at the number 4:
2 more than 4 is 6 because we count on forward by 2.
2 less than 4 is 2 because we count backwards by 2.
Have a go at the questions; I know you can do it!
Try this game by trying the more than and less than 2 up to 10 option
In this lesson, we will be learning how to use our body to show pulse in different ways and how to match the rhythm pattern to the pulse.
Click on this link to watch today’s lesson with Ms Glover:
Have a go at the latest Joe Wicks P.E lesson here; I know you can do it!