For our lesson today we are going to start looking at how to write capital letters. You just need some lined paper or can draw some lines. Correct letter formation of capital letters is important as we use them to start our sentences and for names! Any you find difficult, keep repeating each day until you feel confident. Enjoy
The video was a little large for this page so you can find it here: https://didsbury.primarysite.media/media/handwriting-capital-letters-lesson-1
I Hope you enjoyed the Little Red Riding Hood story yesterday!
Today we want you to compare the characters in the story and then compared the Little Red Riding hood with the Three Little Pigs.
Watch Miss James' video and complete the activities!
Tuesday - Comparing the characters and the stories.mp4
Today we are recapping the "ie" sound we learned yesterday. Join in with the video and then complete the real and nonsense worksheet.
Can you write the real words in a sentence?
Tuesday - ie lesson 2.mp4
We are continuing to learn how to add by, 'counting on.' Tip: Always count on from the largest number in a sum.
Watch the White Rose Video and complete the worksheet. You can use your 1-30 number lines from yesterday to help.
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. The link will be the same as previous days.
Why not check out the New Oak Academy Virtual Library today!
Or you can read the Little Red Riding Hood comprehension. There are 3 levels inside the file so chose one that is most appropriate for your child or choose a reading activity from the "SEND and Extra Support" page.
Today in Geography we are looking at aerial views. Please see the video and resources below. Can you spot and human and physical features on the worksheet below? Label them with HF for human and PF for physical. If you like instead you can use Google Earth to spot features near your house!
Your activity for today is to create an aerial plan of a room in your house. You can draw it out or make a messy map using objects in your house! There are some ideas of how to do this given at the end of the video. Be creative! Think about what shape things are in your room. Can you make a key for your plan? We can't wait to see what you come up with!
Geography - Lesson 3 - Aerial view
Listen to this alternative version of Little Red Riding Hood called "Little Red Reading Hood"
Snuggle up with a snack and enjoy the story!