How did you get on yesterday performing your poem to a grown up?
Today we have another poem about food.
What is your favourite food?
Is there any food you really hate? Tell a grown up.
Yesterday we heard a nursery rhyme told by Michael Rosen. Today Michael Rosen is going to read one of his own poems.
The poem is called I don’t like custard. Click here to watch the video and listen carefully.
Like yesterday, I would like you to practise reading this poem and then perform it to a grown up. Perhaps you could send me a video of this.
There are a few questions to answer like yesterday as well.
Let’s get our brains warmed up by counting in our 5s click here to begin.
Today our learning is all about fact families. We have done these in class before, can you remember?
First I would like you to click here and have your worksheet ready.
First let’s start off with a song to warm our brains up click here to begin.
Now today our learning is about greater and fewer. Today we are going to use words more and less which mean the same as greater and fewer. Click on the worksheet and count each amount carefully.
For your Design and Technology learning today you are going to practise a skill! I would like you to create a moving picture today.
Equipment you will need:
First of all, take a look at the power point below of the story of the gingerbread man! Our moving picture is going to be about this traditional tale.
I hope your memory of the story is refreshed!
For our moving picture, you will create a slider that will be used to show a character from the story chasing the gingerbread man!
You need to cut carefully to allow your slider to move smoothly through the gap. You must also fix the character carefully onto the slider so that it doesn’t fall off.
Take a look at the power point and activity sheet below for instructions on how to make your moving picture!
I am looking forward to seeing which character you chose to chase the ginger bread man! Have fun!
Once you have completed your slider think about these two questions: