Last week we looked at the robbers in the story Cops and Robbers. This week it is the turn of the cops.
Watch the story again here and pay particular attention to what the cops get up to.
We have learnt about questions. Questions are asking sentences. They need to start with a capital letter and end with a question mark.
What is your name?
How old are you?
Watch this video first to find out about using question marks.
Today you are going to write some of your own questions.
Look at the picture of the station office and Officer Pugh looking at a street map where the crimes are happening.
I wonder what questions they are asking when they looked at the map?
I would like you to write these questions down.
Here are some question words you could start a question with:
Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?
Here is a question I have thought of:
Who is stealing all the toys?
Now it is your turn. I can’t wait to see the questions you come up with.
Blue group – I would like you to look at the cops in this story. Look at this picture. What can you see? What can you see in each room? What are the cops doing? Today I want you to write sentences about what you can see. I have written the first sentence for you.
Today we are looking at 10s and 1s in numbers up to 50.
Ten 1s make 10.
If we look at the number 12, there is One 10 and two 1s.
2-Digit numbers that end in 0 have no 1s, For example 10 has One 10 and no 1s; 30 has three 10s and no 1s.
43 has Four 10s and Three 1s.
Watch this video to complete your warm-up and do the learning.
Answer the questions on your worksheet as you watch the video. It will tell you when to pause so you have time to answer them.
You can play this game once you’ve done your work:
Yesterday, we looked at our numbers to 5. Today, I would like you to count to 8. Which 3 numbers are we looking at today that we didn’t look at yesterday? That’s right! They are 6, 7 and 8.
For your warm-up I would like you to match the numbers with the amount of objects.
Now I would like you to count the number of circles to the number on the side and colour them in. Remember your careful counting!Try this fun game and count the Yetis!
Today we are going to find out about someone famous who lived over 450 years ago. His name is William Shakespeare.
William Shakespeare was an English playwright, poet and actor. Have you heard of him?
A playwright is a person who writes plays. He has written some very famous plays such as Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream that millions of people still go to see today.
I would like you to watch this video to find out about him.
Listen carefully to find out:
Below the video is an activity to try to see if you know about William Shakespeare’s life.
Now I would like you to watch this video showing you about his early life in the place he was born – Stratford-Upon-Avon.
An actor is pretending to be William Shakespeare and he is visiting important places in his life. These are all places people can go and visit in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Life was very different when Shakespeare was alive.
When William Shakespeare died many of his plays had not been printed.
So how do we know about his plays and how do actors today know what to do and what lines to say?
Open the power point to find out about a very important artefact that is treasured. This means that this artefact is highly valued.
You have found out so much about William Shakespeare so now it is time to complete some activities.
First, put the important events of William Shakespeare in order on the timeline.
When you have done that, I would like you to find out a little bit about The Globe Theatre that William Shakespeare helped to build.
Click on this link and you will see a labelled picture of The Globe. Click on the labels to find out about it and write three facts you have found out. Then answer the questions about the First Folio.