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Thursday

Thursday 14th May 2020

 

Good Morning Class 1,

It's Thursday!

Well done on all your lovely learning so far.

It's so nice to see how well you are all doing. Make sure you're looking at the class learning photos to see if you can spot yourself and your work!

Perhaps you will find some inspiration and comfort from seeing what your classmates' are doing too!

Stay safe,

Mrs Wagner

 

Joke of the day!

Q: Why is Peter Pan always flying?
A: Because he never lands.

 

English

This week we are going to have a go at writing a non-fiction report about your favourite woodland animal - you can use one from this song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbSSm_p782c

 

We are going to start by describing what your animal looks like.

 

Option 1 

Draw a detailed picture of your animal and write labels to describe it.

Try to use an adjective in each label.

 

Option 2 

Write a descriptive paragraph to describe your animal.

Think about the different body parts of your animal, think about how they move, think about what adjectives you would use to describe them.

Challenge - try to write descriptive sentences using two adjectives and a noun - for example 'The owl has soft, fluffy feathers.'

 

 

Phonics:

Maths:

Today - Compare number sentences!

 

More than and less than

The symbol means more than.

  • 10 > 3 means 10 is more than 3
  • 20 > 10 means 20 is more than 10

This symbol means equal to.

  • 10 = 10 means 10 is equal to 10
  • 23 = 2 tens and 3 ones means 23 is equal to 2 tens and 3 ones

This symbol means less than.

  • 3 < 10 means 3 is less than 10
  • 10 < 20 means 10 is less than 20
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Watch lesson:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmf6hbk

and you can try 3 activities after that!

 

You can also try White Rose Maths week 4 lesson 4!

(I added worksheet below)

Science:

Lesson 4-  amphibians

 

Interesting Facts About Amphibians

  • There are more than 4000 types of amphibians.
  • The word 'amphibian' means two lives. Amphibians typically start out as larvae living in water and breathing through their gills. The young ones undergo metamorphosis to become adults that live on land, breathing with their lungs.
  • Amphibians have smooth, moist and permeable skin, allowing them to breathe through their skin.

Amphibians - Educational Video for Kids

Frog Life Cycle PowerPoint

Challenge writing: Life cycle of a frog.

Spellings: Please remember to write in words numbers from 0-20!

Try at least one activity from the list DAILY - 30 day life skills challenge!

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