Today we are learning about sentences.
A sentence starts with a capital letter.
A sentence usually ends with a full stop.
These are telling sentences.
These sentences tell us something. They are statements.
My name is Tom.
Some sentences end with a question mark.
These are asking sentences. They are questions.
What is your name?
Click here to watch this video to find out how to use a question mark.
Now I would like you to practice your learning by completing the worksheet.
Today we are going to look at sentences. Sentences need to make sense. Before you write a sentence you need to think of a sentence then say the sentence out loud. When you have done that you need to hold the sentence in your head so you do not forget it.
When you write a sentence, it needs to start with a capital letter and end with a full stop.
This is my sentence for this picture.
The boy is looking at the clock.
It has a capital T to start.
It has a full stop at the end.
Look at the pictures carefully and tell a grown up a sentence about each picture. Now see if you can write that sentence.
Today our learning is about taking away. We did some taking away last week and you all did such a fantastic job!
Today you are going to be taking away by counting back on a number line. To go through our learning you will need the worksheet attached and watch this video which has a warm up and will guide you through each question. Click here to start.
Today you are going to be taking away by crossing 10. This means you have to count back to the nearest 10 first. To go through our learning you will need the worksheet attached and watch this video which has a warm up and will guide you through each question. Click here to start.
Click here to start off today with a song.
Now today we are going to recap our careful counting skills, we don’t want to lose them. Count the animals carefully and write over the number that shows the right amount. Remember to touch the objects as you count them. After you can colour in the pictures if you’d like to.
Today we are going to be learning about the human body. Click here to Watch the clip first.
With your grown up I want you to play Simon says how many different parts of the human body do you know?
Simon says touch your knees.
Simon says touch your elbow.
Touch your neck…
Blue and Red groups I want you to match cards of body parts to what they’re called.
Orange, Yellow and Green groups I want you to label parts of the body by using the word bank.
I have also attached a word search for the different parts of the body.