Friday 10th July 2020
Good Morning Children and Your Parents
We hope you are all keeping well. It's Friday again and we come to the end of another school week. We have only one more week left before we finish for the summer holidays. Are you ready for your weekend break? Have you made any plans for the weekend? The weather is supposed to be nice over the weekend. How did you get on with your activities? Which activity have enjoyed the most this week?
We have another indoor activity you can do whilst the weather is wet.
Click on the video to start your day with a Joe Wicks 5 minute workout.
Today’s phonic story is called ‘Fluff’s Animal Centre.’ We are learning to write sentences that contain tion saying /shun/. We are also learning to use commas in a list.
Activity 1: Write sentences to complete a mini book about the story.
Activity 2: Read the story ‘Fluff’s Animal Centre’ and answer the questions.
Let’s do a mindfulness activity. Just click on the video.
Mental and Oral Starter:
First, here's a quick link to the Maths folder where you'll find all of our Olympic Times Tables Awards: Bronze, Silver and Gold.
You can practice any of them, remembering that you're aiming to complete a strip in approximately one minute.
I really can't wait to see how amazing you are with your times tables when we get back to school.
In today’s lesson we are going to be interpreting a pictogram.
Here is today’s Maths Video:
Click on the link when you are ready.
Today’s Maths Activities.
To finish with, here are today's Problems of the Day:
I think it's time for us to get moving with Super Movers. When you are ready click on link to play the video.
You are now going to write the 'General comments' section of your report for your teacher. Use these question prompts to make notes on a piece of paper. Read your sentences back to check that they make sense. Double check that you have used capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Once you have checked your draft copy, write your sentences neatly on your final sheet.
- What is the best thing about your teacher?
- What do you admire about them?
- What do they help you with the most?
- What is their personality like?
Here is Miss Sykes' report for Mrs Stansfield:
Mrs Stansfield is the best teacher ever! I have absolutely loved being in her class. She is always happy to help me and always makes me feel special and valued. She always has a big, welcoming smile on her face. I really admire how passionate she is; she is so enthusiastic when she teaches me new things. Mrs Stansfield is really pushing me with my writing and I know that my writing has improved massively! I also feel much more confident with numbers to 100 now. Mrs Stansfield is so kind, caring, funny and inspiring! She really is the best!
Today’s reading is a poem which links to all of the work we have done on the seasons.
Learning for Life
In today’s lesson we are going to be identifying feelings. We will be able to: identify feelings people might experience when moving to a new class. Share the PowerPoint slide.
Activity 1: In the circles in Resource 1, write down and draw any good feelings River might have, any bad feelings that River might have and any feelings that are a bit of
Activity 2: Using the table in Resource 2, or on a piece of paper, note down any positive things about each change and any questions River might have about each change.
Complete a selfie activity to share with your new teacher.
Let’s finish our day with a story. I hope you enjoy this one.
We hope you all have great weekend and remember to keep safe when having fun.
Thank you for all your hard work today! We hope you have enjoyed this week's activities.
Bye for now and see you all on Monday.
Mrs Stansfield and Mrs Ahmad