I hope you are having a good week so far! Are you ready for another day of learning? I hope so!
Please choose a story to read to your grown up and ask them to ask you some questions about the story.
Some example questions:
* Who was the main character?
* What was your favourite part?
* What would you rate this story out of 5 stars and why?
* Who would you recommend this story to?
Today you will show that multiplication can be completed in any order.
Below each multiplication fact, write another which gives you the same answer. The first one has been done for you.
Your learning for today is to fill in the missing part.
We are going to cover part-whole models, pictures and number sentences. You are going to have to count the overall amount first and then subtract the amount you have been given to find that missing amount.
Mr Gumpy decided to go for a ride in his motor car. It was a nice day and the sun was shining. But he only got as far as the lane before the children, the rabbit, the cat, the dog, the pig, the sheep, the chickens, the calf and the goat asked if they could go as well. But when it rained and the car
got stuck nobody would volunteer to help push the car out of the mud. They had lots of excuses!
Can you match the excuses to the correct animal?
Imagine there were some different animals in the car with Mr Gumpy. What would their excuse be for not helping Mr Gumpy push the car out of the mud? Write some speech bubbles telling me what they would say?
This week we are continuing our learning about sculptures.
We will be learning about Andy Goldsworthy. He is a British artist famous for his sculptures created from nature.
Today you are going to create your own land art.
Watch the power point I’ve attached and then go on a hunt for your natural objects. You can create your art inside or outside.
Take a photo and send it to me with a few sentences about the materials you used, the shapes you used in your sculpture and the colours you used.
Have fun and I look forward to seeing how creative you get with your land art.
( I have attached a PDF version of the presentation in case you cannot open the power point)