Tuesday 7th July 2020
Good Morning Children and Your Parents
How are you all this morning? We hope you are all keeping well.
How did you get on with yesterday’s activities? How many of you got 10 out of 10 for your spellings? How did you get on with your English work? You must be very excited about writing your own school report for your teacher rather than them writing one for you! We would love to read them when you have finished. It’s a shame about the weather and it's very windy, so make sure you keep safe outdoors as we don’t want you blowing away!!!
Click on the video to start your day with a Joe Wicks 5 minute workout.
Use the muddled letters to spell the missing word in the sentences below.
Challenge Can you unscramble these letters to make a word to match the pictures?
Let’s do a mindfulness activity. Just click on the video.
Mental and Oral starter Activity:
Click on the addition train carriage, then select adding two digit numbers. You will need some paper to work out the calculations. Remember to use the column addition method to work out your answers, before clicking on the answer. You should by now be familiar with the mathematical vocabulary that means addition: total, add together, increase, plus, find the sum of, all, more than.
Here's your Flashback page to help you remember things that we've learned last week and even before that. Press play quickly when you open up the PowerPoint so that you don't see the answers until you're ready!
Today in Maths we are going to be drawing pictograms.
Here are today’s video:
Click on the link when you are ready:
Click on the link when you are ready for video 2:
Here is your task for today:
Problems of the day:
I think it's time for us to get moving with Super Movers. When you are ready click on the link to play the video. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-jonny-and-yasmin-l2/zhwb6v4
Today you are going to be writing the 'English' section of the school 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 your teacher really good at? Are they good at creating interesting sentences? Are they good at modelling spellings? Are they good at thinking of adjectives?
Are they good at reading stories? Which story did you enjoy listening to the most? Some of the stories we have read include: The Healthy Wolf, The Lonely Beast, The Snow Queen and The Boy Who Cried Wolf.
What do they enjoy doing?
How does your teacher make English fun and interesting?
Is there anything they could do to improve?
Here is Miss Sykes' report for Mrs Stansfield:
Mrs Stansfield is a fantastic English teacher. She is really good at thinking of interesting sentences that include lots of adjectives and similes. I loved it when she read 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf' with so much expression. Mrs Stansfield loves to model spellings on the board for me to learn and use in my own writing. She always gives me lots of time to share my ideas with a partner.
Next Step: To keep sharing new vocabulary with me to use in my own writing.
You must all be ready for lunch by now.
Here are five games that children in different countries like to play:
Here is your task for today:
Today we are going to find out what seaside holidays were like 100 years ago.
Go through the information on the PowerPoint about why seaside holidays started becoming popular in Victorian times. Look at the pictures on the PowerPoint of seaside holidays between 1900 and 1920.
What can you see in these pictures?
Go through the information on the slides about what seaside holidays at this time were like, e.g. bathing suits, Punch and Judy shows, carousels, donkey rides, etc.
How many of these things would we still do on a beach holiday?
Look at the Postcard Sheet showing two different postcards that Victorian children wrote about their seaside holiday. Read the postcards and then complete the table to show what you have found out about seaside holidays from the postcards.
Use the seaside holiday pictures from the past. Write down all the things that people did on a beach holiday.
Extension Task: Draw or paint a picture to show what a seaside holiday would have been like 100 years ago.
Are you ready to finish your day with a story? Make sure you are sitting nice and comfortably. Click on the video when you’re ready.
We hope you have enjoyed the activities today and had a good day.
Thank you for all your hard work.
Bye for now and see you all tomorrow
Mrs Stansfield and Mrs Ahmad