Tuesday 10th November
Phonics 9am - 9.30am
Use the PowerPoint to recap the /ew/ phoneme from yesterday's spellings. Use the activities from the PowerPoint to practise using this phoneme in words and sentences.
English 9.30am - 10.30am
Use the PowerPoint below to learn about Cosgrove Hall Animation Studio. Mrs Hodgson talks through each slide asking questions and guiding you through watching various video clips and what your writing task is at the end of the PowerPoint. After watching and listening to Mrs Hodgson complete your writing task of writing anything that you can remember about Cosgrove Hall to embed your learning. We might be asking questions on what you can remember about Cosgrove Hall on our Live check in on Google Classroom.
Live check in on Google Classroom - 10.30am
Maths 11am - 12pm
Maths starter - Use slide 1 of the Fastest Finger to 100 PowerPoint to practise finding given numbers and recap the layout of a hundred square. Thinking about ones and tens columns and rows. Use the 100 square document at the bottom of this page if you do not have access to a hundred square or click here to use the Splat hundred square.
Use the teaching PowerPoint with Miss Balfe explaining and discussing each question to work through today's maths activities. The worksheet is also attached to today's resources at the bottom of this page in case you would like to write directly on to the worksheet. If not or you do not have access to a printer, you can do this on a plain piece of paper.
Guided Reading 1pm - 1.30pm
PSHE 1.30pm - 2.30pm
Watch the following clip to introduce the emotion ‘worry’
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUPGUmEzpQE Can you discuss or think about what Ruby’s worry could be?
Can we really see our emotions? Just because we can’t see them does that mean they aren’t there?
Then watch the clip of the Disney film Inside Out where the emotions are introduced. Have you seen it? What’s it about? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaOEQJGig9c
Think about why Sadness is blue. Read through the ‘profile sheet’ of each of the emotions underlining the adjectives used to describe each emotion and discuss with an adult what they mean. Is it ok to have each of these feelings/emotions? Why do you think they are the colours they are?
Open the 'emotions worksheet' and write down a time when you have felt each of those emotions and draw a picture to go with each one. For example, Mrs Hodgson felt fear when a spider jumped out on her and ran towards her.
Listen to your class teacher read the next few chapters of your class read. This will be found on the video centre page of the website.