Hello Otters! I hope you enjoyed the story yesterday and are ready for some more home learning today! Don’t forget to send your work in to our class email address. I want loads to put onto the website and the Facebook page again!
Otters@knowle-plymouth.co.uk Make sure you get a grown-up to help you with that bit!
Listen to the story again and follow with your story map. Then tell the story to someone else – using your story map to guide you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scgJTboPS7w
This week, you’re going to write a story about another adventure that Pete goes on. Pete has lots of other pairs of pants to choose from! So, which pair of pants will it be?
He picked up a massive pair of bright orange pants, with multi-coloured blobs, in purple, green, yellow, red and blue. They were extremely baggy and gathered around the legs, with a ruffle of pure, white lace.
Now design three more pairs of pants and describe them.
Tomorrow you will need to choose your pair of pants and start thinking about your adventure story. Where will your pants take you?
Today you are going to practise adding numbers in your head (you can use the column method if you need to – but try using mental maths first). You are going to practise using number bonds to 10, which is a good strategy to help add numbers together quickly. It relies on knowing what numbers add up to make 10
Like this: 1 + 9 = 10, 2 + 8 = 10, 3 + 7 = 10, 4 + 6 = 10, 5 + 5 = 10 etc.
Use the link: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button number bonds (green button) - up to 10 - to have a practise.
Now solve the problems at the bottom of this page.
Create a dinosaur fact sheet or draw and label a dinosaur.
Use the website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/curations/dinosaur-facts
There are 5 short films about dinosaurs – watch all of them or choose a few of your favourites. Then create a fact sheet about your chosen dinosaur. Remember to include: the name in big bold writing at the top, a detailed picture. a description of what your dinosaur looks like, what features make it special, what food it eats, what type of dinosaur it is, when it lived and any other facts you can find out.
Use the pictures and information about dinosaurs to create your own dinosaur, with all the features you think are the best. Draw, paint or use collage to create your dinosaur and give it a fantastic dinosaur name.
Please do your daily reading and record it in your reading record.
Joe Wicks is still doing daily workouts!