Today we are going to look at the character of Burglar Bill. I want you to watch the story again but I want you pay special attention to Burglar Bill at the start of the story and Burglar Bill at the end of the story.
What kind of person is he at the start of the story?
What kind of character is he at the end of the story?
Does this character change?
How does he change?
Watch the story and see what you think?
I have some words that describe Burglar Bill at the start and end of the story but they are all jumbled up. Can you sort them out?
Once you have done that, I would like you to use these words to write sentences about Burglar Bill.
Remember that the sentences need to start with a capital letter and end with a full stop. I want you to use evidence from the story to say why you think this.
Burglar Bill is a thief.
Burglar Bill is a thief because he steals other people’s property.
Blue group: I would like you to label the picture of Burglar Bill and then write sentences telling me some facts about him.
Today, you will order numbers to 50. Can you remember how to order numbers?
Can you order the following numbers from the smallest to the greatest then greatest to smallest?
21, 38, 17, 10, 41
This is the answer: 10, 17, 21, 38, 41 and 41, 38, 21, 17, 10
Did you look at the 10s and 1s? 10 has one 10 and zero 1s, whereas 17 has one 10 and seven 1s so it’s a greater number. You could also order these numbers using the symbols: greater than > and less than <
10 < 17 < 21 < 38 < 41 and 41 > 38 > 21 > 17 > 10
Watch this video to complete your warm-up and learning:
Now complete your worksheet; I know you will do fantastic!
Try this ordering game
Today, we are ordering numbers to 10. We know our numbers to 10 but can you order them from smallest to largest and largest to smallest. In your task, I would like you to order the groups of objects from the least to the most and from the most to the least. Remember to count carefully!
Now try this fun game and click on the ordering option
We have been looking at patterns in art. We used different lines and colours to decorate our hands.
This week we are going to look at repeating patterns.
Patterns can be lines, shapes, colours that repeat. We see repeating patterns everywhere. Take another look at the patterns power point to remind yourself of patterns all around us.
I am going to show you how to make repeating patterns with paint and objects. In this example they are using a bottle lid, a piece of dowel and a sponge.
If you do not have these at home don’t worry. You can make repeating patterns with crayons, felt pens, chalk or pasta. You could even make a repeating pattern on the computer if you wanted to. You could get a bottle lid and draw round it using different colours then find another object to draw inside it. Look at my example. I used a glass, a glue stick and some felt pens.
The most important thing to remember whichever way you make your pattern; it needs to repeat the same pattern going across or down the page.
Make sure your pattern goes from one edge of the paper to the other.
Have fun with it and don’t forget to send me your artwork. I would love to see them all!