Hello everyone, are we ready for another day's learning? then let's begin!
Yesterday we watched a story about Handa who lives in a village in Kenya. Why don’t you watch it again and remind yourself about what happened in the story.
A villager has witnessed what happened to the fruit basket and told Handa. She now wants to make posters to warn other villagers about the pesky animals that live nearby. Can you help?
Think about your adjective work from yesterday. Could you use some adjectives to describe the animals as well as the fruit? Maybe you might need to warn people about what the animals like to steal? Are they dangerous? Where were they last seen? I would love to see some of your completed posters today 😊
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 another way to pronounce a grapheme.
Word of the day
Today’s word of the day is …
Remember you can practise using it in your sentences when you are writing or put it on a piece of paper and display it around the house to practise reading or even challenge your family to see who can spell it from memory the fastest!
Today we are going to start our lesson by counting in 5’s. This can be a bit tricky at first so you might find it easier to follow the pattern on a 100 square at the same time.
Today we are going to be learning about 2D shapes and their properties. Miss Charlton will tell you all about it below. There is also a link for the shape song she refers to.
Just for fun, why don’t you make your own shape picture using the shapes below or count how many shapes you can see in this picture.
Wellbeing Wednesday afternoon
Choose something that interests you to do this afternoon. There are some suggestions below if you would like some extra ideas.
Don’t forget it’s our class zoom tomorrow. I look forward to seeing you all.
P.S. There is a little preparation needed for part of tomorrow’s science activity please. I have put it below as a sneak preview. Please don’t tell the children what you are making. Thank you for your help.