Wednesday 8th 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 your English work yesterday? We hope you are enjoying the topic work and finding it interesting to learn about seaside holidays from the past. Well, today you will be very excited as we are going to be making some puppets for the theatre that you made last week.
. Click on Text 1 and read it then click on all the compound words to splat them.
Here is today’s phonics PowerPoint and the activities linked to the PowerPoint.
Activity 1: Write compound words by splitting them up into shorter words.
Activity 2: Use the compound words to write your own sentences. Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Let’s do a mindfulness activity. Just click on the video.
Mental and Oral Starter:
Today we are going to use Karate Cat Maths for our starter activity.
Click on multiplication/division facts and then work your way up through the levels. Start with the Bronze, Silver and then Gold.
Click on the link when you are ready.
Here's your Flashback page to help you remember things that we've already done: 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 finding a quarter.
Here is today’s video:
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-jamelia-l1/zdbt8xs
You are now going to write the 'Maths' section of the 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 addition/subtraction? Are they good at naming shapes? Are they good at measuring the weight of objects? Are they good at reciting their times tables? Are they good at telling the time? Are they good at modelling how to solve problems? Are they good at counting? Can you think of anything else?
- What do they enjoy doing?
- How does your teacher make Maths fun and interesting? Do they provide lots of practical resources?
- Is there anything they could do to improve?
Here is Miss Sykes' report for Mrs Stansfield:
Mrs Stansfield is a super mathematician! She is so enthusiastic when teaching Maths; she really does love it! She is amazing at reciting her times tables and can work them out so quickly. When I am stuck on any Maths problems, Mrs Stansfield always explains how to work them out and shows me exactly what to do. She always makes Maths fun by providing lots of resources to use; I love using multilink and playing games.
Next Step: To keep testing me on my timetables and pushing me to get my badges.
You must all be ready for lunch by now.
Here is a video link to the story. You can pause the story as and when you need to.
Here is your task today and you will need to read pages 7, 8 and 9 again to answer the questions:
Once you have completed the crossword you can check your answers with the answer sheet.
Today in art we are going to make a wooden spoon puppet for our theatre. Here are some instructions of how to make a wooden spoon puppet.
Here are some ideas to get your started:
Click on the video when you are ready.
We hope you've had a great day. Please share your wonderful art work with us by sending us some pictures of your puppets. We would love to see them.
See you tomorrow
Miss Sykes and Mrs Ahmad