This week we are going to be looking at the story 'The Zoo Vet'. Our writing activities will all be based around this. The book is attached below as a PDF PowerPoint. Please read it before starting any of this week's activities.
This week, we are going to continue learning about Place Value to 50! For each day there is a worksheet which has 3 different levels - Easy (Page 2), Medium (Page 3) and Hard (Page 4). Please use the sheet which you feel best suits your child. In the Challenge box, there is an additional sheet for each day which is more about problems solving and explaining your thinking. Feel free to use this if and when you like]
This week we are continuing to look at exclamation marks. We need to use our problem solving skills to decide whether a sentence should end in a full stop or an exclamation mark. You have a worksheet to complete with 5 sentences. You need to decide which punctuation mark each one should end in and write this at the end of the sentence. After this you need to write your own sentences and use the correct punctuation to end them. Below you will find:
3. Helpful display poster
This week in Science we will be looking at the weather, so if you made your weather station during half term, now is the time to put it outside and start using it!
This week in RE we are thinking about religious leaders and what qualities we think a religious leader should have.
We would like you to label the image on the worksheet with qualities that you think a religious leader should have. There are some words you can use at the bottom of the worksheet but be careful not all of these words are suitable.
Last week, we started to look at Victorian working children. This week we are going to focus on a Victorian street seller, and what it was like to be a street seller during the Victorian era. You are then going to write a diary entry as if you were a Victorian street seller. If you click on the rainbow below you will find the PowerPoint, senses grid (for you to note down some ideas of how you would feel to help you before you start writing), a word mat, time connectives list and a diary template)
You can either write your diary on a piece of lined paper, or there is a diary template for you to print out. There are 2 options of diary template for you to choose from. The one labelled 'strawberries' is a template for those of you who need sentence openers to help them write, and the sheet labelled 'apples' is for those of you who are able to write independently without prompting.
This week we are going to be designing our own bunting. Using your ideas from last week, design a flag to help Nursery learn their numbers!
PSHE - Feeling good
In this lesson, you will be talking about feelings and how people respond to them. You will meet Bobby and friends who will talk to you about how they feel, and what they do when they feel different emotions. At the end of the lesson you will write a letter to one of Bobby's friends to help her feel better. This can be done on a piece of lined paper. Click on the link below to view the lesson.
On the sub-pages below you will find coding lessons. We would love to see what you are doing in coding, so please share it with us via email.
It's important to try and stay fit and healthy, especially when the weather isn't very nice and we can't go outside!
Mrs Gordon thought it would be lovely if you could practise a song while you were at home with your family. You could even teach it to the rest of them - some of you are amazing at dancing too and you could make up a routine to go with it. Our song is in the link below.
I know how much some of you like singing and dancing so you could always record yourself singing and dancing to your favourite song and send it to us - we'd really like to see them!