It's Wonderful Wednesday!
We've made it to half way through another week of home learning - a big WELL DONE to all of you! Can you tell your grownup one thing that you have learnt so far this week?
As always, let's have a look at some of the fantastic work that you sent us yesterday before we start:
Don't forget to email us pictures of your learning! Our class email is: email@example.com
It's another Joe Wick's PE day! Access his PE lesson at 9am by following this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
Remember, we've got lots of other fun PE ideas on our PE webpage if you would like to try something different. We have chosen to start our day with some Just Dance - this one is all about Gummy Bears!
Don't forget to join in with your phonics lessons today! Access them at this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ
What sounds have you learnt so far this week? Can you think of a word that begins with each of them?
Click on the link to remind yourself about the story of The Frog Prince: https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/
Today I would like you to rewrite the start of the story. Can you remember how the story began? I want you just to write up to where the Princess loses her ball. Use the word mat below to refresh your memories if you need to!
Click on the link to see how I started my story: https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/
You could write something like:
There was a fairy. She turned a Prince into a frog.
Or you could extend your sentence;
There was once an evil fairy. She turned a young prince into a frog.
You can use the worksheet below to guide your writing if you wish:
We are going to have one more look at combining groups today. To do this we are going to use a number track game. Have a look at today’s maths video to find out more: https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/
To play your number track game you need to copy out the number track below. If you would like your game to last a little longer, feel free to extend the track.
You are going to need two dice to play, as well as a small object you can use as a counter. You can play this game on your own or with a grownup. Roll your two dice and then combine the numbers that you roll. Remember, you can use your fingers to help you! Then, move you object to the correct square. How long will it take you to get to the end?
Grownups, to simplify your game tell your child the two numbers they need to combine (e.g. 1 and 1). Model combining them using your fingers and encourage your child to copy.
What is the difference between the two numbers you have rolled? Can you move that many spaces instead?
This afternoon we have two activities the first is a thinking activity and the second is a game.
The thinking activity -
In this lesson we will be talking about all of the different races in the world. We are all different and we need to celebrate our similarities and differences. We will look at how different animals look very similar but a closer look shows they can be different. We will be reading a story called: Not like the others by author Jana Broecker. Click here to see our story today: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/the-human-race-64up6c
The game -
This afternoon we are going to explore prepositions. This means we are going to play a game where you have to put the princess or the pea on top, under, behind, in front of or next to objects. Now either you can print off the documents attached or you can ask your grown up to join in and you can give each other instructions using a toy and a chair. By saying “put the bear under the chair” or “put the doll on top of the chair”. Take it in turns to move the toy. If you use the worksheet attached follow these instructions: