Today you are going to be a fact finder! I would like you to find out some facts about different animals who live in the desert and tell us 3 of them!
Below are some handy, appropriate websites that I have found to help you with your fact finding!
We have made it to our final maths lesson of the week and our final lesson on weight. Below is a short video where we develop on the skill of balancing and link it more to balancing numbers. However this lesson is also meant to be a consolidation lesson - if you would like to do some baking using scales in a practical way then please do or if your child would like to revisit more weighing from earlier in the week then that is also fine. I have also set a Purple Mash scales 2do if that would be preferable.
As explained above there are a few choices for the activity today -
Circles, triangles and squares – Activity sheet star 1
Rectangles and Pentagons- Activity sheet star 2
Recap on one of the skills learnt earlier the week or maybe even use the skill to bake something!
Log into PurpleMash and complete the weight activity set.
Here is a link to the Joe Wicks PE lesson from Wednesday, we hope you enjoy this one :)
It has been lovely seeing how hard you are all trying with joining your letters up. Warm up those fingers and then have a try at today's handwriting words.
In our PPA session today you would have been asked to watch the attached video and then complete the challenge at home. We have been learning about Jesus and whether it is easy for him to always be a good friend. Yesterday we learnt how his friendship helped changed a mean and unkind man into a caring and helpful man.
Today we watch a video about Jesus and his special group of friends called his disciples. In this video the disciples question whether Jesus is a good friend.
On the sheet you will find a picture based on the story to colour in. If you don't have a printer you could draw your own picture showing how Jesus helped calm his friends down by stopping the storm. Then see if you can answer the 3 questions on the sheet.