Rise and shine guys, let’s get moving with the dinosaur stomp! Let’s see if you can keep up here…
For today’s learning we have…
One lesson will show at 9.30am each day and be available for 24 hours.
If you are in Mrs Daniel’s RML group you will need to watch set 1. If you are in Ms Ellson’s or Mrs Riley’s RML group you will need to watch the Set 2 Speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. You should watch these every day.
I have attached the link here.
This week we are going to be reading Wolves by Emily Gravett. It is a picture book so you will have to look very carefully at the pictures as they are telling the story.
I have chosen this video because Emily Gravett, the author, is reading the book. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Now answer the questions about the book.
Remember to read the questions carefully. Answer the questions in complete sentences where you can. Your sentence should start with a capital letter and end with a full stop. Read your answer after you written it to check it makes sense.
Blue group: I would like you to choose your favourite picture from the book. I would like you to say what is happening in that picture and then tell me why you like the picture.
Just like yesterday, today your learning will be on counting in 2s. Remember what we learnt yesterday because we are using that learning to answer more questions.
Watch this video to complete your learning.
Now, can you answer the questions on the worksheet; colour in the 2s on your grid first. Some questions may ask you to count back in 2s so use your number grids.
Today we will be learning our number bonds to 5. These are numbers we add together to make 5. Do you know them? They are:
5 + 0 4 + 1 3 + 2 2 + 3 1 + 4 0 + 5
Like yesterday, I would like you to trace the numbers 1 to 5 for your warm-up. I would then like you to complete your worksheet by filling the missing numbers. You can always use your fingers to help you.
Try this fun game and count the Yetis.
Martin Luther King
Today we are going to look at another significant person from History. His name is Martin Luther King and he was born over 90 years ago.
He lived in America around the same time as Rosa Parks.
Can you remember why she was significant?
Watch this video to remind yourself about her.
Martin Luther King was also trying to bring about change by campaigning against racial inequality or unfairness.
First look at the power point.
Watch this video to find out more about Martin Luther King. Don’t forget to try the jigsaw below the video afterwards.
Now you are going to complete a timeline of some of the important events in the life of Martin Luther King and then answer some questions.