Happy Monday guys, welcome back to 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 our learning today, we are looking at capital letters and full stops. Do you remember where we put the capital letter in a sentence? That right! The capital letter goes at the start the sentence.
Where does the full-stop go in a sentence? That's right! The full-stop goes at the end of the sentence.
For your task, I would like you to correct the sentences by adding a full-stop or capital letter.
Today your learning is about initial sounds. An initial sound is the first sound you hear of a word. If you heard the word 'teddy', the initial sound would be a t. For your activity, there are some pictures; I would like you to circle the initial sound for each of the pictures.
Our learning today will be about comparing objects to 50. Do you remember your numbers to 50 from last week? It’s important you do!
Can you remember the different ways we represented numbers?
We used 10s sticks and 1s cubes, we used 10s and 1s and partitioning.
Do you remember these symbols: <, >, = ? We use them to compare different amounts.
This means is less than < e.g. OOO < OOOOO
This means is greater than > e.g. OOOOOO > OOO
This means is equal to = e.g. OOO = OOO
Watch this video to complete your warm-up and learning: https://vimeo.com/503099894
Now, complete your worksheet and remember to use careful counting!
Now try this game https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/helicopter-rescue
Last week, our learning was counting to 10. Can you remember how to count to 10? Here’s a video to refresh your memory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGL7xYEVeaY
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Today I want you to compare two lots of objects using the word more than/ greater than and less than.
The number of rabbits is more than the number of turtles.
The number of turtles is less than the number of rabbits.
Can you answer the questions on the worksheet and remember to use your careful counting!
Now try this fun game https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/teddy-numbers
Today we are looking at materials. Everything around us is made from materials. From the toys we play with to the pencils we write with; they are all made from materials.
What is a material? What are the windows made of?
How do you know?
Would it be a good idea for a hammer to be made out of glass? Why?
Go through the materials PowerPoint.
Here are some interesting videos:
How glass is made = Here
How plastic is made =Here
Where is metal from = Here
Now, can you match the material and label each object with the material.
Blue group: handle selection of objects and explain what they are made from with support if possible; Adult to take photos & write what you say.