For our handwriting lesson today, we are going to continue practising our capital letters. You need some lined paper or you can draw some lines out. If there are any you find difficult, keep practising them each day until you feel more confident. Enjoy!
You can find the video here: https://didsbury.primarysite.media/media/handwriting-capital-letters-lesson-2
Welcome back to your second Purple Mash lesson!
You should have now received a document to your gmail accounts with your classes Purple Mash log ins. Look at the log ins and use yours to access purple mash via https://www.purplemash.com/sch/didsbury
Can you remember your log in and password? It's a great skill to have - try and remember your animals!
If you are having problems please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your query.
If you can't find "2Code" when you log into purple mash you can search it in the search bar.
Today we are learning how to apply our knowledge of number bonds to find patterns in sums.
E.g. 6 + 2 = 8
16 + 2 = 18
16 +12 = 28
What happens to the 'ones' in a 2 digit answer? What happens to the '10's in a 2 digit answer?
Sometimes we might have the answer to a sum, but another number may be missing.
E.g. 6 + ___ = 8
6 + ____= 18
Applying our knowedge of number bonds and '10's' and '1's' in a 2 digit number can help us to find the missing number.
Watch the video and complete the worksheet.
Use your child's Gmail account to log in and access the Google Meet with the link your teacher has sent you. Please remember to mute your device.
Welcome back Forest School friends!
Before you leave – Before you go to forest school today make sure you prepare your labels. You need flower labels and tree labels! (You can print the ones below or make your own).
Activity 1: Go and check on your animal home, has anyone moved in? Any minibeasts? Have you thought of any ways you could improve your home?
Activity 2: You have been learning about the parts and functions of flowers and trees in Science with Miss Fisher! Explore your ‘forest school space’ (garden, park, forest) and see what flower/trees you can find. Can you spot their parts? Use your labels to label a tree or flower. You could create some forest school art and make a tree or flower using natural materials and label this.
Some of our wonderful keyworker children made these flowers at forest school in the first lockdown. Can you make something similar and label it?
Don’t forget to take photos to share with Miss James!
Activity 3: If you want to, help the RSPB by taking part in their “Big Garden Bird Watch” from the 29th to 31st of January from the comfort of your own garden! Head to their website to find out more information.
Completely optional but a lovely way to get to know about the wildlife in your back garden!