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Tuesday 9th June 2020

 

Good Morning Children and Your Parents laugh

 

How are you all this morning? I hope you are all keeping well.

How did you get on with yesterday’s activities? How many of you got full marks for your spellings? Remember you can continue to email us your work and pictures. We always look forward to receiving them - they really brighten up my day!

Today’s activities:

This is the link if you would like to start your day with Joe Wicks PE: 

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

 

Phonics:

Today Tom and Martha are going to help you to practise this week's spelling rule:  Silent 'k'. Click on the PowerPoint when you are ready.

 

Phonics Activities:

 

Activity 1:  Circle the correct spelling and then complete the sentences with the correct spelling word. Remember to check the sentence makes sense.

 

 

Activity 2: Help Martha correct her spellings in her story.

Challenge: Can you write your own knight’s adventure story using some of the kn words that you have learnt today?

 

 

 

Break Time:

Let’s do a mindfulness activity. Just click on the video.

Sleeping Dragon | Guided Meditation for Kids | Peace Out

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Y2: Mental and oral starter Activity:

 

Today we would like you to practise addition number bonds to 100.

Click on the carriage which has the two numbers that make 100.

Write the calculations on paper to check your answers as a column addition. The answer below does not make 100, does it? Your correct answers will make exactly 100.

Click on the link when you are ready. 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train

 

 

Here's your Flashback page to help you remember things that we've already done:

 

 

Maths: Today in Maths we are going to be focusing on 3D shape properties.

3D shapes have faces (sides), edges and vertices (corners).

Faces

A face is a flat or curved surface on a 3D shape. For example, a cube has six faces, a cylinder has three and a sphere has just one.

Edges

An edge is where two faces meet. For example, a cube has 12 edges, a cylinder has two and a sphere has none.

Vertices

A vertex is a corner where edges meet. The plural is vertices. For example, a cube has eight vertices, a cone has one vertex and a sphere has none.

 

There are three videos that we would like you to watch and then complete the quiz at the end to test your knowledge.

Click on the link when you are ready.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zgqpk2p

 

Here are today’s activities:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today's Maths problem of the day.

 

Break Time

I think it's time for us to get moving with Supermovers. Let’s try level 2 today.

When you are ready, click on the link to play the video. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-fruitys-alien-arcade-l2/z79f7nb

 

 

English:

Today we’re going to be learning about adjectives and similes.

Click on the PDF document when you are ready.

 

Write out your similes for the sunflowers.

Here are a few hints if you’re struggling:

 

It’s stalk was as green as ____________________.

They were standing tall and smartly like ________________.

They covered the field like __________________________.

Millions of seeds were squashed in the centre like _____________________________________.

The flowers had petals as ________________________________________.

The sunflowers were as tall as ________________.

The sunflower opened towards the sun like ___________________________________.

 

These are my completed sentences with similes about sunflowers.

Are yours just as good or even better?

It’s stalk was as green as an emerald.

They were standing tall and smartly like soldiers.

They covered the field like a huge yellow blanket.

Millions of seeds were squashed in the centre like wasps in a hive.

The flowers had petals as bright as the sun itself.

The sunflowers were as tall as giants.

The sunflower opened towards the sun like a smiling face.

 

There are some extra similes tasks here if you would like to do them:

 

Lunchtime: I'm sure that you must be ready for your lunch. See you soon.

 

 

Guided Reading:

We are now going to listen to the first part of the story. Let’s see if your predictions were correct. Please click this link and stop listening at 1.43.

Stick Man (by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler)

Reading Stick Man out loud

We will listen to more parts of the story each day this week. Remember, you can pause the story at any time to answer the questions. There is a fun maze puzzle for you to complete at the end! Here is your task:

 

 

Topic:

Today in our topic work we are going to describe how daily weather patterns change over time and how weather may be different in inland/coastal areas.

The word inland means a part of a country that is away from the sea.

The word coastal means a place that is on the coast, by the sea.

Click on the PowerPoint when you are ready.

 

Here are some pointers to help you as you work through the PowerPoint slides.

 

On the pictogram slides, ask questions about how many days there was rain, cloud, etc. during March and then July. Ask similar questions when discussing the inland and coastal pictograms.

Where do we live? Are we in a place which is inland or coastal? Can you find your local area using Google Maps?

What types of weather would you put on a pictogram for Huddersfield in June?

How would this be different for January?

Would the weather be different in Blackpool, which is coastal?

 

 

 

Weather Task 1:

Plot the given set of data on to your own pictogram. Then select the words which describe inland and coastal weather differences.

 

 

 

Extension Task:

Draw a picture showing the weather today in your local area.

Use the internet to look at the weather in Blackpool today.

Draw another picture showing this, writing sentences to describe each weather. 

 

 

Story Time:

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.

 

The Hula-Hoopin' Queen read by Oprah Winfrey

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We hope you have enjoyed your activities today and hope you all had a good day.

 

Bye for now and see you all tomorrow.

Take care and look after yourself.

 

Love from

Mrs Ahmad and Mrs Stansfield laugh

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