Take a look at the new videos our PE teachers have put together to show you how you can join in with some key PE skills at home - https://www.didsburyroad.stockport.sch.uk/pe-lessons/
Today we are going to have a go at writing the story "Little Red Riding Hood"!
Use the sentence starters to start your sentences or think of your own. Don't forget to include all of the below to make your writing perfect!
- captial letters
- Full stops
- finger spaces
- exclamation marks and question marks (if you can!)
- super spelling using our phonics
- character descriptions.
If you find writing a little tricky use the sentence building templates, make the sentences and try and copy them out.
Use the word mat to help you too!
Watch Miss James' video to help you get started! :)
Wednesday - Writing a story using sentence openers.mp4
We are learning a new sound today! "ea" is our new sound and it sounds the same as "ee"
Follow our video and join in. Then use the pictures to spell the "ea" words! You can use them to play snap when you're done!
If you don't want to print them out you can copy them from your screen.
Happy spelling! :)
Wednesday - ea lesson 1.mp4
We are completing questions 1, 2 and 3 of the worksheet. Watch the WR video to help you complete the sheet. Use a numberline and remember to start from the largest number in the sum and so you can 'jump on,' the correct amount to the right answer.
When you have finished perhaps you can challenge yourself to choose a number to 10 and complete more part- whole models.
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.
Keep accessing the Oxford Reading Owl, going over phonics sounds you are unsure of or use the National Oak Library! - https://library.thenational.academy/
If you want to complete an activity below instead you can.
Design and Technology
So far you have made a paper house and stick house for the little pigs. Today in DT we would like you to make a house of... bricks! You could use Lego or any other construction equipment you have at home, or be creative and think about what other objects you could use as bricks. Please see the video for some ideas. This was the strongest house of all the little pigs, so you need to think about how you might join your objects together to make it strong! See if you can huff and puff it down! Remember to plan your house first and evaluate it after. We can't wait to see what you build