I hope you found some ways to entertain yourself over the weekend! I downloaded a free trial of Disney+ and have been watching lots of films!
It was nice on Friday to speak to some of your parents on the phone, and find out how hard you have been working at home. Well done! I have so enjoyed looking through some of the brilliant work that has been sent to our class email address.
A reminder of the email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
It would be lovely grownups if you could email every now and then to let me know how your child is getting on with their learning. Even though we are not at school it is super important that we keep practising the skills we have. If you are having any problems accessing the work, or you are confused by any of the activities please do drop me an email.
Today you will be comparing numbers, building on your learning of place value last week. I have made 2 different worksheets this week for different groups so make sure you check the name of the worksheet so you know which one you should be completing.
I have tried to include some hints around the questions to show what you should be doing. Some of the questions will be asking you which has the most or least. You will have to do careful counting so you can work out what number each picture is showing before you can say which one has the most or least.
Your challenge is on the second page of the worksheets!
Today you will be subtracting from 10. This is a recap, you have done lots of work on this in class. I have included a number line which you can use to help you solve each of the problems. Jump back carefully.
Your challenge is on the second page!
This week we will be looking at a different story. It is called Giraffes can't dance. Watch the video to begin with.
Then you are going to focus on finding the rhyming words. These are words that have the same ending sound.
Some examples of words that rhyme:
cat, bat, rat, gnat, fat, sat...
not, pot, got, lot, dot, cot...
Below will be the YouTube link to the story and the worksheet detailing which words you should find the rhymes for. You might want to watch the video again!
This week we thought it would be nice to do a mini topic all about Spring. Look through the power point below and then draw your favourite part about Spring. You could write some sentences to say which part of Spring you enjoy the most and why!
Keep active! Choose a dance or follow a Joe Wick's P.E lesson online!
Keep reading everyday and talking about the books you are reading.
Log into Times Tables Rockstars, practice your multiplication skills.