I hope you are all ready for another day of learning!
Don’t forget you can send me your learning on the class email or write just to say hello!
Have you enjoyed the books you have read this week?
Today Miss Fawkes has found a story about an INVISIBLE TIGER!!
I wonder how many of you are like Baba when you're walking down the street?
Poor Lexa! You'll have to read carefully to find out why I've said that!
This morning we have a maths warm up to get our brains working, try to complete this independently.
Today we are going to be learning about coins. We have a game to play first. Can you find the coins in the pictures and drag them in to the boxes?
After this I have attached a worksheet.
Q1 You have to match the coin to the amount.
Q2 Have a look at how many of each type of coin there are, write how many you can see in the correct box.
Q3 You need to look carefully at the 2 coins and decide which one is the largest and the smallest and put the greater than > or less than < symbol between the 2 coins.
Q4 For your challenge today you need to work out which coin Mo has in his hand, read the clue carefully to help you.
Blue group: Your learning today is putting the months of the year in order and matching pictures to the months. Listen to this song first.
Year 2: Today you will be using coins to make an amount. You will need to try different combinations and see if they make the amount. If you have any coins at home it may help you to use these as you complete your learning today.
This week we are going to read and watch another story about Anansi. These stories come from Africa. Look on the map to see if you can find Africa quickly.
Remember the stories about Anansi are folktales. They were not written down but were told to people. This was how the stories were spread and became well known. These stories were told by people to pass on important information and lessons that could be learnt by children and anyone else listening to them.
Before half term you watched the story of Why Anansi has Eight, Long Legs. Today I would like you to watch the story of Anansi and the Melon.
When you have watched Anansi and the Melon, I would like you to design a book front cover for your favourite story. The front cover needs to be bright and colourful with the title on. It needs to be eye catching so people will want to pick up the book and read it.
When you have done this, I would like you to write a few sentences telling me why it was your favourite Anansi story.
I have attached both stories for you to watch first.
Today we are going to be learning about vehicles. Look at the power point first to learn about the different parts of a vehicle, what they are called and what they do.
Then design your own vehicle using the worksheet and then use the instructions to build one. I can’t wait to see your vehicle!