Hello there, today we are going to practise writing the numbers 16- 20 as words. You may also want to complete the numeral worksheet to assist with this.
There is a short teaching video to help.
Handwriting sixteen to twenty.mp4
It's 'World Book Day,' gang and we thought it would be fun for you to have a go at some themed maths.
Your task is to calculate the additions using 2 digit and 1 digit numbers up to 30 to crack the World Book Day code.
You might find it useful to 'count on' using a number line or hundred square to help with this.
When you have calculated the answer, find the matching number and letter on the grid to spell out a 'World Book Day,' question sentence.
You might like to create your own World Book Day sentence using additions and subtractions to crack a code.
There are also some Roald Dahl maths cards to challenge yourself and family with!
Today you are going to put your typing skills to the test to practise writing a sentence in WORD and changing the colour, font and size.
Don't worry if you don't have a device or the WORD programme just try your best with what you have at home. Even if this means using a phone to practise typing.
There are different levels of challenge in the video depending on how confident you are. You might need a bit of grown up help today!
If you can't complete this lesson when please don't worry. Next week we will be back at school using our new chrome books and will have lots of practise there!
Typing - Lesson 2.mp4
Welcome back to our last phonics learning at home! I am so proud of you, you have worked so so hard!
We are going to recap the "ph" sound again today and then play another activity linked to this sound.
Have a great lesson!
ph - lesson 2.mp4
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.
WORLD BOOK DAY
It's World Book Day! Watch the videos below for a story quiz and to hear about some exciting activities you can do today. There is an Author Masterclass from author Tom Fletcher, who tells us how he writes interactive characters for his story books. He has set us a creative challenge to design our own interactive characters! What will yours do?
There are lots of other activities you can do too - take part in the Design a Book Token competition, complete the Reading Star Checklist Challenge, do a Book Scavenger Hunt or draw your favourite person to read with!
If you'd like to enter the competition, there is a form to fill out and send off attached to the template below. Entries must be received by 2nd April. Good luck!
Take some time today to share a story and think about why books are so brilliant! There are some lovely stories read aloud on the Share a Story Corner on the World Book Day website: https://www.worldbookday.com/share-a-story-corner/
Have a look on the World Book Day website for more information and things to do: https://www.worldbookday.com/
We hope you have a fantastic time reading and listening to stories today