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Monday

Some fantastic learning from last week, keep it up superstars!

Happy Monday guys, welcome back to our learning.

Let’s get our bodies moving with a yeti dance click here to begin!

For today’s learning we have…

RWI

One lesson will show at 9.30am each day and be available for 24 hours.

If you are in Mrs Daniel’s RML group you will need to watch set 1. If you are in Ms Ellson’s or Mrs Riley’s RML group you will need to watch the Set 2 Speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. You should watch these every day.

I have attached the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?mc_cid=71ef745098&mc_eid=c9705b8c67

Literacy

Today we are going to revise nouns. Can you remember what nouns are?

Yes, they are naming words. Naming words tell us the names of things.

GYOR groups:

Today I would like you to look at the picture on the worksheet and see if you can spot all the objects and say the naming word. Put a noun to finish each sentence.

Blue group:

I would like you to say the naming word then pinch the sounds on your fingers. Write the sounds down you hear.

GYOR groups:

Your maths warm up today is being able to count the amounts and circle the right number. Remember if the grid is full that is 10.

Now our main learning is to continue counting forwards and backwards. We are going to be filling in the missing numbers on a number line. Look at what numbers are there first, can you start counting in ones along the number lime to find out the number that is missing?

There is a game on Education city for you to complete called ‘Moo-vin’ on up!’ click here to have some fun:

If you need your log in, email me.

Blue group:

Today I want you to continue counting in ones. First I want you to click here to warm up by counting to 10.

Click on the worksheet, look at the number at the start of each number track, what number comes next? When you have filled in the missing numbers, look back and count the track to make sure you are counting in ones. Now click here to visit Education city for your game where you order numbers to 10.

If you need your log in, email me.

Art

Today is art day!

Today we are going to look at abstract art. Abstract art uses lots of shapes and colours to make a picture. Have a look at the pictures attached of artist Beatriz Milhazes. What shapes can you see? Can you see small shapes? Can you see big shapes? Can you see where the shapes overlap? What colours have been used? Today you are going to make a picture that uses circle shapes. See if you can make some different shaped circles out of coloured paper at home. If you have no coloured paper, perhaps you could draw the shapes and then colour them in. Try placing the circle shapes into a picture you like. You can keep moving the shapes around until you are happy with it. You can even cut some of the circles in half and you can overlap the shapes to make your abstract art more interesting. When you are happy, then glue the shapes down or if you have drawn them, colour the shapes in.

Beatriz Milhazes uses the colour black to outline some of the shapes to make them stand out. Get a black pen or crayon and do the same to your picture. I have attached a sheet to show you how to make your abstract art. Good luck!

When you have finished, take a photograph of it and send it to me. I would love to see your abstract art.

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