Tuesday 9th February
8:50am- Live Registration:
Remember to tune in to take part in live registration. Mr M will be there to welcome you, take the register and talk you through today’s learning. If you have any questions or do not understand something about today’s learning, please ask. This is a great opportunity for us to share ideas and ask questions.
9:00am- Live Writing Lesson:
Before this session starts, please try to print out the See/Smell/Hear help sheet and the Show/Tell help sheets that are attached to this blog post.
In this session we are going to take Mr M's plan and work together to turn it into a complete piece of diary writing. When the writing is complete, I will add it to the blog so you can use it to help get ideas for your writing.
If you have not made a plan of your own, don’t worry. Mr M had shared his plan on this blog post. You are welcome to use his plan.
Take the understanding gained in today’s live session, your plan and the help sheets and write your own diary entry for the day Pepys went to the frost fair. This is a long piece of writing, so please don’t feel you have to get it all done at once. I will allocate more time later in the week to complete this writing.
Remember to read at home for at least 20 minutes today. Today we would like you to visit the Oxford Owl website:
Log in to the students section using the following details:
Find a book which is the right level for you (please ask for help if you need doing this). Read the book, complete the activities and then let us know what you thought about the book. Did you enjoy it? Would you recommend it to a friend? Please let us know so we can share this information on the blog and point your classmates towards some great reads!
If you haven’t done so already, finish the worksheets from yesterday.
Now see what different coins and notes you can find around your house. You might need to ask your parents for help doing this. If you don’t have any- you can print the ones attached to this post.
Now use your coins to complete these challenges:
1)Can you use some coins from your house to make at least one calculation using the < and > symbol?
2)Can you use some coins from your house to make at least one calculation using the = symbol?
3)Can you use some notes from your house to make at least one calculation using the < and > symbol?
4)Can you use some notes from your house to make at least one calculation using the = symbol?
5)Can you use a mixture of coins and notes from your house to make at least one calculation using the < and > symbol?
6)Can you use a mixture of coins and notes from your house to make at least one calculation using the = symbol?
Please send in some of your calculations so we can see them, give you feedback and add them to the blog. If you need any help with this activity, please let me know.
Watch Mr M’s learning video:
Now try to add the sets of 3 values in the attached worksheet. Think carefully about the order that you add the addends and bridging through 10 to help add with efficiency.
Today we are going to learn about materials. First watch Mr M’s learning video:
Now collect some everyday materials from around the house. Find or make 2 large rings or hoops.
Challenge 1) Use 1 sorting hoop to help sort your materials according to a single criteria. e.g.
Challenge 2) Use 2 sorting hoops to help Sort your materials according to two separate criteria.
Please send a picture in of your sorting hoops so we can give you some feedback!