What happened at the start, middle, end of the story?
What are the key features of fairy tales?
Go through the word bank I have attached below.
Now look at the pictures on your worksheet. Think of a sentence using the ‘Who’ (orange) picture first, then a ‘What doing?’ (yellow) picture, then a ‘What?’ (green) picture. Can you say your whole sentence? Remember to add those little words.
The prince sitting horse = The prince is sitting on a horse.
Now I want you to write colourful sentences for first 3 pictures.
Challenge: write 4-part colourful sentence for last picture (where).
First I would like you to complete the maths warm up on the worksheets below for recognising 2D shapes.
Today we are going to be partitioning numbers. Think about this number:
How many tens does it have? How many ones does it have?
14 = has 1 ten
14 = has 4 ones
Today I would like you to click on the worksheet below and partition the numbers.
Blue group:First we will warm up by counting to 10:
Last term we learnt about Queen Elizabeth II, Guy Fawkes and Rosa Parks. What can you remember about them? Today we are going to learn about another significant person today. Significant means they are important and should be remembered.
Today we are learning about someone called Jethro Tull. He is significant because he invented a machine that helped to change agriculture. Agriculture is the name we give to ways of raising crops and livestock, (animals).
Ask your grown up to read through the power point with you to find out about him.
Then click on the worksheet to complete the fact file about Jethro Tull.