I hope you are ready for another fantastic day of learning! I am very proud of all the effort you are putting into your learning. Keep up the super work and don't forget to send your learning to the class email!
Watch the video below to join in with your reading learning. Pause the video when it asks you to and try to join in with the questions you are asked to answer.
Today you are going to learn how to count the vertices on a 2-D shape.
Hopefully you are getting familiar with the different 2-D shape names by now, but I shall put them below again in case you need a reminder.
Vertices are the points where edges meet on a shape.
See this example:
So on a square there are 4 vertices.
Watch the video below to find out more about how to count vertices on a 2-D shape. Make sure you join in with the activities and pause the video when you are asked to.
Now you are ready to complete your learning.
Today we are going to learn to count in 5s.
Like counting in 2s, it is a quick way to work out totals. There are lots of things around us that count in 5s.
Watch the video to find out about how you can practise counting in 5s.
I would like you to count in 5s on the 50 chart. Colour the 5s number you land on each time. Then try the challenge.
I hope you enjoyed Wolves yesterday. Did you notice it is a picture book? The whole story is told through the fantastic pictures Emily Gravett has drawn. The words are from the book that rabbit is reading about wolves.
I have attached it again for you to watch if you need to watch it again.
Red, Orange, Yellow and Green groups: Today we are going to tell the story that happened to rabbit the day he went to the library. When we write the sentences, we are going to concentrate on making sure we are using:
You can choose which ending you want to use for your writing.
Click here to watch the video to see how Miss Meakin started her story.
The rest of the pictures are on the video so you will only need a pencil and paper to write your story.
If you want to write the sentences next to the pictures, I have also added the worksheet so you can do this.
Don’t forget to read through and check your work when you have finished. Have you included some of the things on the check list?
Blue group. I would like you to write colourful sentences next to each picture. I have included a colourful sentence word mat to help you on the activity sheet.
I look forward to seeing your writing.
For this DT lesson you will be using the Oak Academy learning video and activity to learn about and investigate the suitability of a material.
Last time we learnt that a material is what something is made from. We also found out that materials have different properties. Take a look at this material word mat to remind yourselves of some of the key vocabulary we learnt.
Did you know some of these materials and key words from last time?
In this lesson, we will be investigating the suitability of a material. We will be recording all of the different materials and testing to see whether they can bend and stand up by itself.
You only need some paper, some card and a pencil to complete this learning!
We are taking part in lesson 4 as we are carrying on from lesson 3 which we completed last time!
Click this link https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-a-range-of-materials-to-help-make-design-decisions-64v30d?step=1&activity=video to watch the learning video and join in with the different activities as you go along.
I have attached the worksheet below too so that you can have it before you start the lesson.
I hope you enjoyed Chapter 1 of Mantu the Elephant. Today Miss Meakin will read chapter 2 for you!
Let me know what you thought of the story.
Click here to watch the video.