I hope you had a good weekend and managed to find some things to do to keep you entertained! I did some baking and went for some walks along the canal. Now it is time to get stuck into another week of online learning.
Keep sending me pictures of your learning on our class email:
I am really enjoying seeing your learning and your smiley faces.
Remember, reading is super important!
Here is a link to a page that has some videos of different stories. You could take a look on here and choose a story to watch and read along with.
Today you will be practising multiplication using equal groups, you need to write a multiplication number sentence for each group of monsters. You can use repeated addition or a multiplication number sentence using the X symbol.
Example: If you have this sentence ‘5 monsters with 2 eyes’ you could write this out using repeated addition: 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2
or like this 5 X 2
When you have written your multiplication sentence, draw it out and solve the problem.
(Choose just one way) 5 X 2 or 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 =
When I have drawn my monsters, I can count in 2s from 0 as I point at each monster.
(monster) (monster) (monster) (monster) (monster)
2 4 6 8 10
So I now know 5 X 2 or 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 is 10.
Your learning for this week is finding and making number bonds. There are lots of different ways we use number bonds and they help us to work out Maths questions quickly. Let’s see if you can complete the tasks I’ve attached.
Here is an activity to put your learning to the test:
(Click the green button - number bonds, then make 20)
For your main learning you need to complete the different questions to show the number bonds. For the first set of questions you need to look at the tens frames and write what 2 numbers each colour is showing.
Today we are going to be looking at nouns and proper nouns.
Nouns (common nouns) are naming words. A noun tells us the name of animals, places and objects
for example hen, bicycle, table.
Proper nouns are special naming words and have capital letters.
Names of people are proper nouns. Mrs Hill
Days of the week are proper nouns. Monday
Months of the year are proper nouns. January
The name of places are proper nouns. Walsall
Red, Orange, Yellow and Green groups - Using this information, I would like you to look at the nouns on the sheet and tick the words that should have a capital letter. (proper nouns)
When you have done that, can you sort the words into groups? – nouns (common nouns) and proper nouns.
Blue group – Days of the week are special naming words so they need capital letters. Today I would like you to write the days of the week using a capital letter. When you have done that, I would like you to answer the questions. Don’t forget your capital letters!
Finally, take this quiz to see how much you have learnt about materials and properties.