This week we are practising the days of the week, using our lowercase and uppercase letters.
I have uploaded a fun song video to enjoy along with my handwriting lesson!
I hope you enjoy.
Fun video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXMofxtDPUQ
Happy handwriting - days of the week - lesson 2.mp4
Here is you last coding lesson! We hope you've enjoyed them. Don't forget you can access Purple Mash in the holidays if you want to explore the games some more.
We look forward to teaching word processing in the new half term!
Today is our last full Maths lesson of the term! We are looking at comparing number sentences. We will refresh our knowledge of greater and less than symbols, and use these to compare different number sentences using our addition and subtraction skills. There are some ideas for working practically at the end of the video if you'd like to work that way, you just need some small items and the symbols written on paper. There is an alternative sheet working mainly with numbers to 10, please choose what you feel suits you. Try the Mastery sheets for an extra challenge. Have a great final lesson!
Maths - Lesson 4 - Comparing Number Sentences
Live Check-In @ 11:30am
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It’s our last Forest School session before half term and today’s focus is trees! I have 3 lovely activities for you to try!
Activity 1: Meet a tree game! I play this with children at forest school and they love it! A great way to start recognising trees by how they look not just their leaves.
Activity 2: Following on from Miss Fisher’s science lesson. How many trees can you find? Go on a walk and find as many trees on the list as possible. Are they deciduous or are they evergreen? How do you know?
Activity 3: Collect some leaves and print them home. Can you create some symmetry artwork?
Watch my video to find out more!
Have a lovely Forest School session and I look forward to doing more with you after half term!