Good morning everyone. We enjoy todays learning tasks. We look forward to seeing pictures of your amazing work – keep sending them to us using our class emails 😊
How to draw with children’s author and illustrator, Ed Vere
Ed Vere- How to draw a money having a tantrum
Phonics lessons are on YouTube for children to watch at home from 9:30am and will be available for 24 hours. All films will be in separate categories on the YouTube channel;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCBzNnSSxds (turn off the sound so your child can say what they see).
Note; Keep asking your child to tell you the set 2 and 3 sounds in their home learning packs so that you know which sounds to practise.
Today we are going to imagine that we can also jump into a painting, just like Katie. You might like to use this painting or you can choose one of your own.
Imagine that you are visiting an art gallery and suddenly you realise that you can jump into one of the paintings on the wall.
Plan your adventure story in ten steps (you might like to use the example below). Add some key words to your plan that will help you to write your adventure story tomorrow. Once you have planned it, tell your story to an adult and make any changes to your plan that might improve it.
Today we are going to revisit finding one quarter of an amount. The strategy you use will be the same as when you found half of an amount, but remember you are sharing the amount into 4 equal parts to identify one part.
Let's look at sharing;
Let's look at grouping;
Here are today's challenges; start with even numbers between 2-10 if your child finds the mild challenge tricky.
Choose a challenge below;
We would like you to practise your weekly spellings in our fancy handwriting style. Please have a look at the document attached to show you the joins.
Reading: Log in to your myON account here; https://www.myon.co.uk/login/index.html
You can choose from a variety of texts and most will have a quiz to go with them. We can log in and see how you are getting on so I would love to see your quiz scores, 100% of course.
Please practise your spellings daily. This week’s spellings are below. On Friday, get someone at home to do your spelling test with you!