It is the the last day of home learning!
WELL DONE to all of you - you're all superstars! You've worked so hard.
We are really looking forward to seeing you all back in school on Monday. You will have all been made aware of the arrangements by now, but as a reminder:
Donaldson will start at 8:45am and end at 2:45pm.
Let's warm up.
Please watch today’s videos on RWI YouTube channel. They will show at 9.30am and will be available for 24 hours.
If you are in Miss Barnett’s group and Mrs Beech’s group you will need to watch the set 2 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos.
If you are in Miss Meakin’s group you will need to watch the set 3 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. When you have completed this lesson, try the reading longer words lesson.
I have attached the link below. Just scroll down to find the videos you need.
Year 2 Reading
Year 1 and Blue group
Today we are going to see how we can measure length using a ruler. This is a ruler. The numbers on the ruler shows us how many centimetres long something is. We write cms for short.
Watch the video to see why we need to use rulers to measure with and how we use a ruler to measure different objects. It asks you to use a ruler to measure some crayons. If you do not have a ruler do not worry. You can move onto the activity sheet that has a ruler to help you measure the different objects.
For your maths learning today you are going to sort 3-D shapes.
Here is a reminder of some 3-D shapes and their names:
Shapes can be sorted in different ways. Sometimes we will be looking for the odd one out. This could be because it is a different shape type compared to other shapes in a group. It could be that some shapes have an even number of vertices or an odd number of vertices. (Hopefully you remember that even numbers always end in 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8 and odd numbers always end in 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9!) Shapes could also be grouped by the types of faces they have such as flat faces or curved faces.
We have to look at the shapes in a group to see what they have in common this means what is the same between different shapes and we can try to work out what is different.
For example if we looked at a cube and a cylinder:
We would be able to say they are different because a cube has 8 vertices and a cylinder has none! Or we could say a cylinder has two round faces and a cube has no round faces!
Now watch the learning video below and join in with the different activities.
You are now ready to complete your learning.
Year 1: Today we are going to look at our spelling families.
Can you say the sound they make?
a-e(make a cake) e-e (Go Pete and Steve!) i-e (nice smile) o-e (phone home) u-e (huge brute)
They all make a long vowel sound.
Today you are going to look at the pictures and use your fred fingers to spell the word next to each picture.
Year 2: Today we are going to look at homophones.
Homophones are groups of words which sound the same when you say them but have different spellings and meanings.
Look at mal and mail. They sound the same but mean something different.
male = a man or a boy mail = letters or parcels sent by post
Watch this video to find out more about homophones. Don’t forget to try the quiz underneath the video.
Now you are going to complete some work on homophones. These homophones have all got the long sound “ay” in them but are spelt differently.
Today we will carry on learning about pulse. Pulse is a steady beat like a ticking clock or your heartbeat.
This week we will be learning how sounds can be shown using symbols or pictures and the relationship between pulse and rhythm.
For this lesson you are going to need a teddy or a toy, a pencil and a piece of paper.
Click on this link to watch today’s lesson with Ms Glover:
Time to get yourself active again! Are you able to keep going until the timer
Here's the link to the playlist, you can do today's workout or a different one! Try to keep going!
We have another surpise story teller today. The story is called Little Rabbit Foo Foo. Click here to listen to the story.