Hello everybody, I hope you have all had a great weekend! It’s time to focus on our learning.
Let’s get our bodies moving with a penguin dance! Here
For today’s learning we have…
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 here.
For today’s grammar you will doing Special naming words: Days of the week. Watch this video and sing along here to the days of the week if you like!
Because days of the week are special naming words, they must begin with a Capital letter:
Have a go at the worksheet:
Firstly, add the capital letters to the days of the week.
Next, un-jumble the letters to make the days of the week.
Finally I would like you to write what you did on each day of the week.
Today your learning will be on counting in 10s to 50. Can you remember how to count in 10s? Yes? That’s right 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
Did you notice it was like counting to 10 in 1s but with a 0 on the end of each number?
Watch this video to complete your warm-up and your learning.
Now, Can you answer the questions on the worksheet; remember to count all the 10s and then count on in 1s.
Today, we will be counting to 5 in 1s. Can you remember how to count to 5? Yes that’s right! 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
For your warm up, I would like you to fill in the blanks to 5.
Once you have done this, I would like you to match the objects to the number of objects there are.
Now try this game and help Ben find the treasure.
Last week we learnt about Herbivores, Carnivores and Omnivores. Today, your learning will be about food chains. What does a fox eat? What does that eat?
Food gives animals energy keeps them going. Watch this video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z96r82p
All living things need energy; they get this energy from food, a food chain shows how energy is passed between plants and animals all food chains include a producer. This is something that can make its own food, usually a plant.
Go through the PowerPoint to learn about food chains.
Now, I would like you to complete your food chain worksheet.
For your challenge, could you write your own food chain?