I hope you enjoyed your learning yesterday and were able to complete all of your learning activities. Remember if you need any help or would like to share any of your learning with me, I would love to hear from you via the class email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As I said yesterday, it is super important to continue practising your reading. Let me know about any books you have read that you have really enjoyed as I am always looking for new stories to add to the class collection!
Today I want you to practice adding amounts together.
Red & Orange: For your first set of questions you should be able to count on in your head. For the second set of questions you need to add multiples of 10. You could draw these questions out with tens and ones to help you.
Yellow & Green: For your first set of questions you will add two 2digit numbers together, not crossing tens. So you should try drawing tens and ones like the example shows you to make sure you count carefully. Your challenge does cross tens and I have explained on your worksheet how to add these together using tens and ones as it is slightly different.
Try your best!
Today you are going to build on your learning from yesterday. You are going to be counting in 2s to answer some multiplication questions using repeated addition.
If your questions said there were 4 children with 2 legs each. How many legs were there altogether? You would multiply 4x2 by writing 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 as it is 4 lots of 2 added together. Then you would count in 2s four times to reach the answer... 2, 4, 6, 8!
Watch the counting by twos video again to help jog your memory then have a go at your worksheet.
Be careful as there may be a counting by 5 or 10 question to trick you!!
For the next two weeks we are going to be reading a story about a lady who rides a very special bike!
Today I would like you to find one of your wheeled toys. It could be a bike, a scooter, a skateboard, roller skates, a flicker scooter, a pram, a remote-controlled car, a toy car or anything else you can find.
I would like you to look closely at your wheeled toy and draw it, making sure you include all the details.
After you have drawn it, you will need to label all the different parts.
Things to look for:
How does it move?
How many wheels does it have?
Does it have brakes?
What are the wheels like? Are the tyres narrow or wide? Do they have a pattern on the tyres?
What colour is your wheeled toy?
Does it have any words or pictures on your wheeled toy?
Does your wheeled toy need safety gear? What safety gear have you got for it? Draw your safety gear as well.
Don’t forget to send me a picture of your labelled wheeled toy.
I wonder which wheeled toy will be the most popular?
Your Geography learning should keep you very busy this week!
Firstly, you will need to look through the power point presentation below and answer the questions in red along the way. You could tell a grownup the answers or you could write them down - you choose!
At the end of the power point you will find your main activity which is something you will need to do a little bit of each day! I want you to keep a diary of the weather for 1 week. You could write a sentence to say what the weather was like, you could take a picture/video to show it, or you could draw it! It is your choice.
To make your diary even better you could add extra detail such as temperature (ask your grownup to find this out for you) , what clothes you needed to wear (if it was cold – a jumper, if it was hot shorts etc.) and maybe even an interesting fact.