We will be continuing our work on time today. First is a quick starter game to continue working on finding one more and one less.
This week we are reviewing all the sounds which make the /ai/ sound:
Today we are going to have a look at the beginning of 'Owl Babies'. We are going to write sentences to describe what is happening in the pictures from the beginning of the story.
Blue & Green Pencils: Write sentences about the beginning, using 'and' or 'because' to extend your sentence or use adjectives to add detail.
Red & Yellow Pencils: Write sentences about the beginning 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 have 2 big bits of learning for geography today - finding out what the world's climates are like and the types of animals that like to live in these climates. There are also 2 challenges to complete - 1 for each big bit of learning. You may wish to pause the video and return to it once you have completed the first part.
Challenge part 1 - if you do not have a printer you could either sketch out a map of the world and colour in the different climate areas or just write a list of different continents / countries and what their climate would be like.
If you look closely on the printed map there are some guidelines to help you know where the different climate areas are.
Challenge 2 - using your map can you cut out and stick on some animals to show which climates they prefer to live in. If you don't have a printer you can write a list of animals and then next to it write the type of climate they live in. If you are not sure you might be able to find the answers in an atlas or with an adult present search on the Internet.
Orange, Yellow and Red pencils - choose at least 9 animals
Green and Blue pencils - choose at least 12 animals
You will need your pattern sheet that we started working on yesterday to add the next 2 patterns on. Then we will continue to write our number digits and words.