Here is today’s learning.
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Year 1: This morning we have a maths warm up to get our brains working, try to complete this independently.
Today we are going to be recapping our learning of o’clock and half past. Watch this clip to remind yourself of the hands and then click on the worksheet, look carefully if you are telling the time using o’clock or half past.
Blue group:Today we are going to be ordering the months of the year. Watch and join in with this song first.
Click on the worksheet and order the months of the year, use the colours to help you. What do you think the colours are for?
Year 2: Today you will be continuing to look at pictograms, but will be interpreting them. To interpret a pictogram means to be able to understand and explain what the pictogram is telling you. So you know how many of each ‘thing’ there is.
Make sure you count the totals first, before you try to answer the questions as it will make it easier for you.
Yesterday we read My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Today we are going to look at the well-known story The Lion and The Mouse. It is an Aesop’s Fable. A fable is a short story that has a moral: a lesson we can learn. Shadow puppets have been used to retell the story.
Did you enjoy the story being told with shadow puppets?
Now watch the story retold again. This time colourful illustrations are used to tell the story.
Which one did you prefer?
Now that you have watched the story, I would like you to write captions retelling the story for each picture.
Remember you can use: capital letters to start a sentence or for names and places, full stop at the end of a sentence, commas for a list, question marks (?) and exclamation marks (!)
Last week we learnt about important words we need to say. This week we are continuing to learn about Islam. Read through the power point. Can you find any important words that Muslim people say to one another during their special festival?
Also, here is a link to some videos you can watch to show you how Muslim people celebrate their special festival:
Your task today is to show how Eid-al-Fitr is celebrated. If you read carefully through the power point it will tell you some ways.
We are going to continue our learning on emotions this week, but looking more closely at the thoughts we have based on how we feel.
Sometimes we say and do things that make people think happy, positive things, but sometimes we say things that can make people feel a bit sad and think bad things.
Take a look at the different scenario cards below. What do you think these people will be thinking?
It is important to think before we speak. How are our words going to make someone else feel?
We have completed some thought cards like these before and you had some super ideas, so I am expecting some super learning today!