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Wednesday

Wednesday 13th May 2020

 

Good morning, I hope you are up early and working hard!

I know some of you have been doing some gardening, such as planting vegetable seeds which is great,  as soon you will be able to leave them outside or plant them in to the soil as the last frosts will have gone. Some gardens are sheltered so those plants are fine.

From today the garden centres are going to be open and it would be a great idea to go and choose some tiny plants and fill your own pots or hanging baskets. (remember to stay safe)

There are so many cool things you can fill, wellies, buckets, old sinks, old pans, the more strange the item the better it will look!

Please make sure you continue to do your daily reading, your times tables and your spellings regularly and also some work off the learning grid.

It has been a long time since we were in school and you really will feel the benefit when you return if you can keep going with some of the work choices.cheeky

 

Have a lovely, sunny day!

Thinking of you!

Mrs Wagner

 

Joke of the day!

Q: Why can’t you give Elsa a balloon?
A: She will Let It Go.

Stay active first!!!!

The Maxarena - Maximo | GoNoodle

Phonics:

English:

 

Watch the KS1 BBC clip about Woodland habitats and complete the activities.

 

Your turn!

 

The next section of your non-fiction report will be all about where your woodland animal lives. Use the video, any books or websites about your animal to research where they live.

 

Can you write a paragraph describing the habitat of your animal?

Does it live underground or in the treetops?

What does the environment look like?

Does your animal live alone or do they live in groups?

 

What title do you want to use for your writing?

Did you find out any more interesting facts whilst researching your animal? 

Handwriting -letter h

Maths:

 

Week 4 Lesson 3- worksheet

 

Science:

Lesson 3- Fish

FISH * Animals For Kids Quality, educational videos for kids.

Did you know that:

Tuna can swim at speeds of up to 70 kph (43 mph).

You can find more facts about fish here:

https://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/fish.html

 

After that you can try the worksheet below- or you can just draw a fish and label parts!

 

or try maths addition/subtraction with fish colouring!wink

Maths -fish colouring

Extra task:

Computing -What is coding?

There are 2 short video clips to watch and 2 games to try out.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmp98xs

 

This activity does not need to be uploaded onto Jit but is a good introduction to some computing activities we will set later in the Summertime.

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