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Monday

Good morning.

I hope you have all had a lovely week and managed to enjoy the lovely sunshine safely. I have been for walks and have been doing lots of reading.

I hope you are all ready for your learning this week! I enjoy seeing all your learning and finding out what you have been up to so don’t forget our class email.

donaldson@greenfield.walsall.sch.uk

 

Reading

Miss Fawkes has found a story about some animals that hadn't had rain in a long time, a bit like us! Have a read of this story about Ginger the giraffe.

 

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2081/8163/files/002-GINGER-THE-GIRAFFE-Free-Childrens-Book-By-Monkey-Pen.pdf?v=1589846892

 

Did you enjoy this story?

 

 

Maths 

Year 1: This morning we have a maths warm up to get our brains working, try to complete this independently.

 

Today we are going to be learning about capacity. Watch this video to understand what capacity is.

Year 1 Lesson: Comparing Capacities

Now see if you can match the amounts of water to the right cup on the worksheet.

 

Blue group:   Your learning today is to name and order the days of the week. Watch this clip first about the days of the week and play the game below then try the worksheet I’ve attached below.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/ztjg39q

Year 2 - This week we are continuing our measure learning. We will be learning about money.

Take a look at the coin reveal power point to familiarise yourself with the different coin values.
If you cannot open power points then please watch this video instead:
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UK Coins Explained for Kids - Maths Money Learning Video

Today you are going to do some super counting of coins. You might need to count in multiples. Here’s a reminder of how to count in multiples:
2s – 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20

5s – 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50

10s – 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100

If they are 2p coins you’d count in 2s, 5p coins – 5s, 10p coins – 10s… If they are 20p coins and you find it tricky to count in 20s, remember 20 is the same as 2 tens!
When answering the true or false questions, remember true means you agree with what the person is saying because they are right, false means you disagree with them because they are wrong.

Year 1 Grammar – plurals (more than one)

This week we are going to be looking at plurals. We add s to naming words (nouns) when we mean more than one.

one hat       two hats

If a naming word ends in ch   sh   or   x   we add es.

one fox       six foxes

Watch the video to help you then click on the document to practise your learning.

Nessy Spelling Strategy | Plurals -s -es | Learn to Spell

Here is a game to practise identifying plurals with s on the end. See how you do.

https://www.roythezebra.com/reading-games/singular-or-plural-1.html

Year 2 Grammar – Possessive Nouns

Possessive nouns tell you who owns something. They have an apostrophe and an s at the end.

Ruth’s bicycle.

Ruth is the owner.

Ruth’s bicycle means the same as the bicycle belonging to Ruth.

Tom’s book

Tom is the owner.

Look at the power point to help you then click on the document to practise your learning.

Science      

Before half term we found out lots about materials. Today we are going to complete an experiment to find out which materials are waterproof.

Tell a grown up what waterproof means.

I want you to watch the video. There is an experiment to test 3 materials: paper, kitchen foil and felt. Stop the video at 1.26 and make a prediction as to which one will be the most waterproof? Write down your prediction to see if you were right later. Remember a prediction is a sensible guess so it does not matter if your guess is wrong!

When you have made your prediction watch the rest of the video.

Easy waterproofing experiment

I would like you to try a waterproof experiment at home. You will need a grown up to help you.

You do not need a spider! You can use jars and place the different materials over the top of the jars and put an elastic band around the top to keep them still.

You are going to see which material would be a good umbrella for the gingerbread man. You will need these materials: cling film, foil, a plastic bag, a tissue and kitchen roll.

Don’t worry if you do not have all of these. Just use what you have to hand.

Try and pour the same amount of water on the top of each material to keep the test fair and see if the water goes into the jar.

I have attached a sheet for you to record your results.  You could always take some photographs and send them to me.

If you cannot complete an experiment watch this video that shows you more about waterproof materials.  

Now see if you can identify the waterproof clothes for the Gingerbread Man!

What materials are waterproof? | BBC Teach

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