Good morning. It was lovely to speak to so many of you yesterday and hear that you are well and keeping safe. How did you get on with your learning yesterday?
Don’t forget your weather diary today!
Remember you can send me pictures of how you are doing to our email address.
Reading / RWI.
Just a reminder that there is a
For our maths warm up let’s try filling in missing numbers:
Read the maths question, remember your number bonds and see if you can press the number that is missing.
Year 1 - Your learning for today is all about arrays, these are the pictures that show repeated addition because they are in lines. I’ve attached a power point that explains arrays and then a worksheet for you to try.
Remember to practise your times tables with Times Tables Rock Stars.
Blue group let’s start off by counting amounts to 10:
Your learning today is all about positional language, this is being able to talk about where an object is. You can do this at home with your toys, are they next to a chair? Are they behind the table? Are they under the TV? I have attached a worksheet for you to draw, someone can read these instructions for you and you can draw. Then there is a bingo game for you to play, remember to take turns with this activity and say where the football is on the picture you turn over.
Year 2 - Today you are going to use what you have been learning to answer word problems.
Today we are going to look a bit more closely at your wheeled toy. Now that you have named and labelled the different parts, I want you to complete this planning grid ready for tomorrow’s learning.
You have to write a prepositional word to describe where each part is on your wheeled toy. Prepositions are linking words in a sentence. We use prepositions to explain where things are in time or space. Prepositions tell us where something is (for example, beside, under, on, against, beneath or over) or when something is happening (for example: until, during, after, before or more specifically 'on Christmas Day', 'at twelve o'clock' or 'in August').
Prepositions you could use: at the front, behind, under, over, at the side, above, below, beneath, left, right, between, next to, around
You also need to think of an adjective to describe the part e.g. colour, size, shape, what it feels like.
This week we are going to be learning about Michelle Reader.
Michelle is an artist that lives in London and creates art using objects from around her house. Today you are going to become an artist like her.
I’ve attached a PowerPoint that tells you more about Michelle and gives you some ideas on what art you could create today using things from around your house. After you’ve made your piece of art, think back to the science we did on Monday and talk with your grown-up or sister or brother about the materials you have used.