Wednesday 6th January 2021
Good Morning Class 1-2A
I hope you are all keeping well and save, it does feel strange not seeing you all. I am really missing your all!. How did you get on with your first day of learning? I have planned lots of new activities for you today and please remind the adults to email me your completed work to share. I would love to see some of your work! That would really cheer me up!!!
Can you register your child on the following website to access free eBook library. All eBooks are tablet-friendly. Click on the following website:
Lets start the day with Joe Wicks. Click on the video when you are ready.
Please click the correct folder:
Here's part 1 of our story for you to read yourself today. Click the PowerPoint.
Mental and Oral Starter Activity:
Click on multiplication and choose either 2, 5 or 10 times tables to practise.
Here is today's flashback:
In today's Maths lesson you are going to be counting equal groups. Click on the video link when you are ready.
Here is today's tasks:
Task 1 is practical activity .You need to cut out the pictures and match them to the groups shown.
Task 2 is to recognise equal groups. There are different levels of work so please complete two sheets of the appropriate level.
Here is your Now Try This challenge to finish with.
L.I. To know the countries and capitals of the United Kingdom.
What can you remember?
What do you already know?
Click on the link to watch the video:
This is our last activity for today and I think you'll be very interested in what this is leading to.
Click on the video and pause it as and when you need to.
Have a look around at home to see what toys you have with wheels. Have a close look at them.
Now have a look at the images on this presentation and make sure that you can identify a wheel, an axle and the chassis on each one. (You don't need to print them out.)
Lets finish our day with a story, make sure you are sitting comfortably. Click on the video when you are ready.
I hope you have a lovely day and enjoy today's activities.
Bye for now and see you all tomorrow.