Last week we read Wolves by Emily Gravett. In the book Rabbit borrows an information book about Wolves from the library.
This week we are going to find out about wolves and then write some information about them.
First, we will look at what rabbit found out from his information book. Remember these are facts so they are true. They have not been made up by the author.
You are going to write some of these facts on a fact sheet.
You might want to keep pausing the story to write the facts down.
When you have done this, I would like you to label a wolf. This is another type of information writing. It tells the reader all about a wolf’s appearance and its features (what they look like)
Blue group: I would like you to label a wolf.
Miss Meakin has made this video to help you with your learning!
Keep your wolf facts safe. You will need them on Thursday.
Today your learning is on comparing heights. What is a height?
A height is a distant from one point on the ground to another point straight up. It is how high or tall something is.
Here are some of the words you will use to compare heights:
Short, Shorter, Shortest
Tall, Taller, Tallest
When we compare the height of two objects, make sure the objects start at the same point.
We can put the key words above in sentences; We use shorter and taller to compare two things:
The man is taller than the boy.
The boy is shorter than the man.
When we are comparing more than two things, we use shortest and tallest:
Comparing a chicken, a man and a giraffe:
The giraffe is the tallest.
The chicken is the shortest.
Watch this video for your learning then answer the questions on your worksheet.
Today I will like you to order to 5. On your worksheet, I would like you to cut out the objects and the numbers. Then, I would like you to count the objects and put them in order from the smallest to the biggest. Remember to use your careful counting. Can you match the numbers to the objects?
For your Geography learning this week and in the weeks to come we are going to learn about capital cities within the UK. This week we will be learning about London which is the capital city of England. It is located in the South-East of England.
Have you ever visited London? If you have what do you remember seeing? The things you can remember are probably famous landmarks! Watch the video on the link below to find out about where London is located, how people travel around London and some of the famous landmarks.
Have a look at the power point below to find out some more information and to learn more about London.
Then complete your worksheet.
I hope you enjoy learning about our capital city!