Hi Carle class. Hope you had a lovely weekend. This week we are going under the sea! Today is marvellous Monday, enjoy the learning and have a good day!
Today we are going to read a story called somebody swallowed Stanley. You can find it here…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uf4b4no8ric
Who is Stanley? What happens to him? Why? What should we do with plastic? What does recycling mean?
Can you draw a story map to show the animals that Stanley met? Don’t forget to label your pictures. Don’t forget to make sure the letters you write are clear. Have you remembered your finger spaces between each word? Our aim is that everyone can read our fabulous writing so make sure it’s readable.
Number line and counting objects needed. Cut up numbers to 20 but will use all week.
Lets start off our maths with finding one more and one less of a number on their number lines. This week the children are learning about odd and even following on from sharing last week. Explain to the children that a number is even if it can be shared equally by 2 and it is odd if it can NOT be shared equally by 2. Get the children’s number line in front of them and get them to choose a number to 10. Can they share that number by 2? Is it odd or even? Today will be a lot of investigating and getting the children to use the language odd and even and shared equally.
Lets finish off our maths with ordering and reading all numbers to 20 but this time mixed up. For example, 4,9,14. Can the children read the three numbers and can they put the numbers in order?
Can you tell me about/explain what pollution/rubbish/ waste is?
Why you think the creatures might be in danger?
What do you think might happen to the sea creatures?
Can you explain why you think this?
What could we do to look after our oceans?
What could we do to take care of the sea creatures?
Talk to the children about pollution being a problem in our real world. Ask the children if they have any ideas about how this problem could be solved. Talk about how important it is not to drop litter on beaches and to take rubbish home and put it in the correct type of recycling bins, so we can keep our oceans clean and creatures safe.
Use the attachments to create a happy and sad ocean picture. Fold a large piece of paper in half. Using the Sea Creature Cut-Outs and the Litter Picture Cut-Outs, children can stick pictures on one half on the paper to show what a happy ocean would look like and on the second half, what a sad ocean would look like. Children could add their own drawings onto the picture if they choose to.
Enjoy and listen to 'The Bravest Fish'