Today we are going to write a character profile of the Snow Queen. We have looked at using adjectives in school and I would like you to use them in your work today. Listen to the story below before you start your English work.
Adjectives are used to describe. Look at the photo below- can you describe what the Snow Queen looks like? Can you describe the clothes she is wearing? Can you describe her personality? You may need to listen to the story again to focus on what kind of character she is. There is also an adjective mat below to help you with your sentences.
Using your yellow book I want you to write some sentences to describe what the Snow Queen is like. Can you draw a picture of her too?
Extension- If you can, try using a simile. A simile is when you describe something with another thing that are alike, so, for example- Her eyes were as blue as the ocean.
For our first remote maths lesson we will be consolidating our addition and subtraction knowledge by looking at number bond 100.
Please warm up by counting in 10's to 100.
Next use a piece of paper or use your Extras book to list as many pairs to 100 as you can and know already.
examples could be 10+90=100, 50+50=100.
If your child finds this easy then ask them to choose any 2 digit for example I chose number 35 and find the pair to reach 100. the answer would be 35+65=100
Try to think of at least 5 pairs for our warm up.
Now I would like you to watch the White Rose video, like we do in school. Please click on the link below.
Now you have watched the video you should be able to answer the questions on the White Rose worksheet. Remember to work the answers out carefully. If you have a printer you can print out the sheet and stick it in your book but if you don't have one don't worry, just write the answers in your book or on paper.
Two extension games and activities for number bond 100 are listed on Education City to complete have fun!
Foundation - R.E
Please click on the PowerPoint below and listen to the task set for this area of learning. If you wish to explore the life and work of Dr Barnardo, a perfect example of someone that lived by the Golden Rule, there is a video link at the bottom.
Please note that although this is aimed at KS1 it is quite a hard-hitting story in parts. You do not have to watch it, it is optional.