Thursday 11th June 2020
Good Morning Children and Your Parents
How are you all this morning? We hope you are all keeping well. The weather is supposed to get warmer so hopefully we can enjoy the sunshine by the weekend. How did you get on with your art work yesterday? Which famous Huddersfield landmark did you choose? Which season did you base your creation on? We would love you to share some of your amazing art work with us via email.
This is the link if you would like to start your day with Joe Wicks PE:
Today's phonics story is about ' Knights Quest'. You are going to write sentences that contain kn saying /n/. You will also be learning to put words in alphabetical order when the first or second letters are the same.
Activity 1 – Can you put the words in alphabetical order?
Write a sentence about one of the items – why might a knight need to take it?
Activity 2 – Challenge: Write your own instructions to tell the knights how to rescue the prince. Try to include this week’s focus words.
Let’s do a mindfulness activity. Just click on the video.
Mental and Oral Starter:
Today we would like you to practice your 2, 5, and 10 times tables. Click on the link when you are ready. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples
Here's the link to today's Flashback:
Today in Maths we are going to be making 2D and 3D shape patterns.
Click on today's video link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zthsb9q
Here is game for you to play. Look at the patterns carefully and identify the missing shape in each pattern. See if you can work through all the levels. Click on the link when you are ready. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns
Here are today's Maths Activities:
Here is your Problem of the Day:
I think it's time for us to get moving with Supermovers. Let’s try level 2 today.
When you are ready click on link to play the video.
Tomorrow we are going to be learning to write summer haiku poems. Haikus are a traditional Japanese art form.
To be able to write a haiku, you need to understand what syllables are and be able to count how many syllables there are in a word.
Here’s a short clip giving you fun ways to count syllables:
This clip is a syllable song:
In this video Chris the Word Whiz teaches you tips for reading words by spotting how many syllables they have. He will remind you about vowels and consonants too.
Here’s a PowerPoint Quiz:
Please complete this worksheet.
We know how some of you love a game. This one is great, especially because of the flip-flop cards! When you’ve used up all of the cards, count up who has won by adding up all of the syllables on your cards.
Lunch time: You must all be ready for some lunch!
Here is the next part of the story. Let’s see if your predictions were correct. Please click this link and stop listening at 3.53.
Remember, you can pause the story at any time to answer the questions. There is a word-search for you to complete at the end! Here are your tasks:
We are going to continue with our weather topic work. Today we are going to identify ways in which we learn about the weather, then learn about how weather forecasts are helpful.
Can you remember some differences between weather in coastal areas and inland areas from your work on Tuesday?
Here are some questions to help you work through the PowerPoint slides.
Depending on where you are in the United Kingdom, you might need to dress differently, or do different things because of the weather that day!
How do we know what to wear, or what sorts of jobs and activities we can do each day? How do we know in advance what the weather will probably be like in our local area?
How do you think weather forecasters are able to predict what the weather will be like?
We can forecast the weather, too!
Can you predict what the weather might be like tomorrow? What's the weather at this time of year? What's the weather like today?
Your task is to follow instructions to draw weather symbols on a map of the United Kingdom, according to the given weather report. You should know the countries of the UK and use the compass to help you with North, South, East and West.
Can you write the countries of the UK, spelling them correctly and starting each one with a capital letter?
Can you locate them on this blank map of the UK?
Create your own weather forecast for tomorrow’s weather. Use the weather symbols to show the weather on the map. Then write your own weather forecast using the writing template. Maybe you could even video yourself being a weather forecaster.
Are you ready for another exciting story? Make sure that you are sitting nice and comfortably.
Click on the video when you are ready.
We hope you've had a great day.
Please try to share your wonderful art work with us.
See you tomorrow
Mrs Stansfield and Mrs Ahmad