I hope you have all had a lovely weekend. Are you ready to start another week of learning? Let’s go!
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Today I have attached a non-fiction book about whales and the songs they sing.
I have also attached a fiction book about an adventure story some children end up having while playing hide-and-seek.
Which one are you going to read first?
Year 1: This morning we have a maths warm up to get our brains working, try to complete this independently.
Now click on the worksheet to put this learning to the test.
Year 2: This week we are continuing our geometry learning. For the next 2 days we will continue looking at 2D and 3D shapes.
For you learning today you will be recognising and identifying 2D shapes on the surfaces of 3D shapes.
Here is a reminder of 2D shapes:
When you are finding 2D shapes on the surfaces of 3D shapes, you need to look at the faces. What shapes can you see?
Take a look at this example:
What 2D shape is the arrow pointing at?
Work through your worksheets and see if you can identify 2D shapes on the surfaces of 3D shapes.
Year 1 Grammar – Doing words (verbs)
We are going to revise what we know about past tense verbs.
Verbs are doing words. They tell us what people, animals and things do.
chew play jump
Verbs can tell us what people, animals and things did.
chewed played jumped
We add ed to the verb family name.
Watch the video to find out about verbs.
Now try the activity. You have to read the verbs (doing words) and sort them into past tense (things that have happened) and present tense (things that are happening now) You can either cut out the verbs and stick them under the correct heading or write the verbs under the correct heading.
Year 2 Grammar – superlative adjectives
We already know that an adjective is a describing word. They tell us more about people, animals, places and things.
Adjectives can describe the difference between two things.
an old car an older car
Adjectives can describe the difference between three or more things.
an old car an older car the oldest car
Words like oldest are superlative adjectives.
Try the worksheet. Write the superlative adjective to finish each sentence.
When you have done that see if you can sort the words into adjectives, comparative adjectives (end in er) and superlative adjectives. (end in est)
For example; The hill is the ______ of them all.
The hill is the highest of them all.
At the start of our topic “Fire and Ice” we looked at lots of animals. We found out that there were different groups of animals.
Today we are going to revise our knowledge on this.
I would like you to watch some short films about each of the different animal groups. Watch the films about mammals, amphibians, birds, fish and reptiles.
I have also attached a power point about the different animal groups for you to look at too.