Tuesday 12th May 2020
Good morning children & parents,
I hope you are all having a good day so far at home.
I just added different tasks to Week 11.05-Tuesday.
You can try to do as many as you wish.
If you have any questions or need any support just drop me a message.
I know you are working extremely hard and I am so incredibly proud of you.
Have a look at what your peers have been doing below and send me your pictures so I can include them also. ( could be also uploaded into J2e).
Keep up the hard work and stay safe!
Today's tasks are:
In today's lesson, we will learn how to subtract numbers within 20.
Subtraction means taking away.
It has to be done in a specific order.
Subtracting is the opposite of adding, which is very useful if you have too much of something and need a lower number.
Watch the video from Bitesize Daily to find out about subtracting numbers within 20 with help from CBBC presenter Radzi.
After this lesson try three activities .
Retrieving information from a text.
This activity on BBC Bitesize is very child friendly.
Today please complete Activity2.
This week please practise writing numbers in words.
Today you will learn about birds.
First let`s watch this short clip:
Then got to powerpoint and activities. Hope you will enjoy!
If the weather is good ...you could go for a walk for birds hunt?
Did you know:
Birds have feathers, wings, lay eggs and are warm blooded.
There are around 10000 different species of birds worldwide.
The Ostrich is the largest bird in the world. It also lays the largest eggs and has the fastest maximum running speed (97 kph).
Around 20% of bird species migrate long distances every year.
The Bee Hummingbird is the smallest living bird in the world, with a length of just 5 cm (2 in).
Homing pigeons are bred to find their way home from long distances away and have been used for thousands of years to carry messages.
Extra Science Challenge:
If you will see any birds during this week....maybe you could mark them on the bar chart...to count how many?
Write down how many days you were looking for them