Today we are going to be moving on to learning how to read the time on a clock. For the starter, below is a link to a clock. See what you notice and have a little time exploring the different ways the clock hands can move by using the add and minus buttons.
Today you will be creating a clock that you are going to use and refer to during tomorrow and next week in maths. If possible, stick down the hands with blue tack so the hands can be moved. It would probably be useful to create on cardboard (if that is available).
Circles, Triangles and Squares
Cut out and stick the numbers around the clock. Attach the hands.
Rectangles and Pentagons
Fill in the numbers around the clock and attach the hands.
Extension - I have added an extension sheet called reflection which you can use to question your child when creating the clock to consolidate their understanding.
Today we are going to have a look at the end of 'Owl Babies'. We are going to write sentences to describe what is happening in the pictures from the end of the story.
Blue & Green Pencils: Write sentences about the end, using 'and' or 'because' to extend your sentence or use adjectives to add detail.
Red & Yellow Pencils: Write sentences about the end of the story.
Challenge: Use 'and' or 'because' to extend your sentence or use adjectives to add detail.
Orange: Cut up the words and stick them down in the correct order. Ask your child to write the missing words in the spaces.
We are continuing to recap the alternative spelling of ai, ay and a_e.
Please play the flashcards game as your starter activity today.
Today in art we are going to be evaluating your amazing collages that you produced last week. You will need to complete the evaluation sheet attached below. If you are unable to print out the sheet you can record your answers in your purple book.
We have finished our unit on animal classification for this term - we will be finding out about humans in a later topic. Your challenges today are to consolidate your learning - your chance to impress us with what you can have learnt and can remember about animals.
There are 2 challenges to complete - first challenge is to choose an animal and to label the different features that you can see. If you are unable to print the sheets you can open one to copy into your purple book. You could draw your own animal (maybe your favourite) and label the different parts and features of that animal.
The second challenge is to complete a mini quiz. We would really like you to try and answer the questions as independently as possible. If you need an adult to read the questions and to write down your answers that is fine. If you can't print out the quiz you could just answer the questions in your purple book.
Get your fingers warmed up with a ‘weight lifting’ and ‘sit-up’ activity, then add the next 2 patterns to your pattern board.