For the next few days we are going to use the traditional tale of The Three Little Pigs as inspiration for our writing activities. Can you remember what a traditional tale is?
Today we are going to be writing thought bubbles for some characters. What might each person be thinking in the pictures? Where might they be going? What might they be doing? There are some example pictures and thought bubbles below but you could draw your own from your favourite parts of the book. Don’t forget to use your word mat and sounds to help with your spellings.
Let’s start our lesson with our warm-up to recognise our sounds and tricky words. If you already know all your sounds and tricky words, you can skip this bit.
Today we are learning about another way to pronounce a grapheme.
Word of the day
Today’s word of the day is…
To begin our lesson today we are going to count in 10's to 100 and back from 100 to 0. Can you use your fingers to count in groups of 10 to help you? Below this person has counted to 80, can you finish counting to 100 and then go back to 0?
Today's maths is about ordering numbers up to 50. It builds on the children's knowledge of partitioning numbers and using Dienes (tens and ones equipment). Please note that question 4 revisits previous work on using the mathematical symbol for 'less than' which the children have not revisited this half term. I have put the poster below to help the children. If this question proves too tricky please just leave it out.
Please watch the video and complete the worksheet. Please can you send me your maths work today and let me know how you are getting on with your numbers to 50.
Topic - Ready, Steady, Go!
Each of the three little pigs chose a different material to build their house with. They found out which was the strongest when the wolf came huffing and puffing.
Today, we are going to watch two science lessons testing how strong different materials are in windy weather. On the videos the teacher tests different materials and uses a hairdryer to pretend to be the wind. You could predict what would happen before she tests the different materials but it would be even better if you could have a go at building some walls made from different materials and then testing them yourselves. You could try Lego, paper, plasticine or sticks. Does it make a difference if you stick Lego pieces together or just place them loosely on top of each other? Why don't you try and find out?
It's time to get active! Can you follow the instructions on this song? It's called the stretching song dance. I wonder why?
Well that's another busy week of remote learning finished. I hope you have a great weekend and I will see you on Monday,