9:00 9:15 9:35 11:00 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 Spelling Phonics
Maths Reading Geography Mental Health Week PE
Hello children. Wow, it's Monday already, week 5 of home learning and a new month! I am really pleased with the effort you are all putting into your work. Please try to remember about going on Spelling Shed! We need to climb that leader board.
My spelling shed stars from last week were:
1st place Ryan
2nd place Alfie
3rd place McKenzie
Last week, I emailed all your parents to explain about our new platform MARVELLOUS ME. On here you will see messages from myself as well as points awarded for all your amazing work. Please give me a Hi5 to show you have read your messages and accessed the platform.
This week is Mental Health week, we will be completing daily activities throughout the week and then on Friday we will be having a technology free day and celebrating rainbow day. Please check Marvellous Me to find out more information about this.
Group 1 (prefix mis- dis-)
disinterested, disadvantaged, disappeared, discontinue, disqualify, disobedient, disappointed, disjointed, dissatisfied, disagree, misbehave, misunderstood, misadventure, mislead, misplace,
Group 2 (ie/y sounds like igh)
tried, trying, replied, crying, cried, supplying, supplied, drying, dried, eye
Group 3 (g sounds like j)
cage, sage, wage, huge, collage, plunge, stage, village, voyage
Lets continue to revise Phase 5 sounds.
This week we are going to take our work out of stories written by 'Eric Carle'
Today's story is:
How fantastic is this book! It's bright and colourful and features many different animals from the rainforests of South America.
Watch the following video to find out what I would like you to do for English today.
Task: Create dialogue between the animals
Choose which picture you would like to use.
Create your dialogue between the animals. If you can't print and cut out like I have, just write the animal name or draw the animal before you write in the speech bubbles.
|Maths - Shape, Space and Measure|
Today we are looking at 'symmetry'
What do you know about symmetry?
Watch today's video for guidance on the lesson.
TRUE or FALSE?
Answer, Prove and Explain your thoughts.
Maths zoom link meeting for you to pop into if you are struggling with today's learning in maths.
Meeting ID: 815 9173 0737
National Storytelling Week 2021
Today's story is 'VOICES in the Park' by Anthony Browne
Listen to the story.
Group 1, answer all questions
Group 2 and 3, answer as many as you can (at least one from each box)
Extreme Earth: Tsunami's
What do you know about Tsunami's?
Watch the following video:
Look at the following photographs. and answer the questions:
2. What does the word Tsunami mean?
3. What Causes a Tsunami?
4. What Damage Does a Tsunami Cause?
Afternoon zoom meeting for you to come along to if you are struggling with any part of the lesson this afternoon.
Meeting ID: 856 8839 6853
Mental Health Week 2021
Please check into Marvellous Me for today's activity.
Today I would like you to create a circuit of 4 different exercises.
Think about the different parts of your body that your exercises are focussing on.
Give each of your exercises a name and instructions on how to do it
This shows an example. I only want you to think of 4 exercises!
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