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Monday 30th March 2020

 Good Morning Hydra 

 

Today we will learn:

 

Maths:

 

We have been exploring numbers to 100

Today we will:

Learn about the analogue clock, including the minute and hour hands; to be able to tell time to the hour on an analogue clock.

 

 

 

 

When you have finished the guided practice go to your maths no problem work book and do 1 page.

 

Phonics:

Look in your pack.

There is a page with the number 6 on it.

Please answer the questions

Please write the long date in your book: Monday 30th March 2020

Please stick your phonics work in your book under the long date.

 

 

 

English

English Writing Task

Walt:

We have been looking at stories: characters and settings. We have been looking at Georges Marvellous Medicine.

  • I can look at a series of pictures and sequence the story.
  • I can describe what is happening in  pictures from a book.

 

 

Write the long date in your book: Monday 30th March 2020

Write George’s Marvellious Medicine in your book (title)

In your packs you will have two pieces of paper with pictures from the book of Quentin Blake illustrations.

 

Take the one with George giving medicine to the chicken at the top (today you only need this page)

 

This page shows what happened to the animals.

 

Try to remember in what order the things happened in the book

(if you have forgotten you can see the online Jackanory clips with Rik Mayall)

 

Either draw the animals in your book or cut the pictures out and stick them in your book in the same order.

Leave a gap under the pictures so that you can write a sentence about each one.

Write six sentences to show what happened to the animals…..

George gave the _________________to the ______________ and _________

  

 

Reading:

 

In your packs you have a bright yellow party invite

This invite needs you to read and fill in the gaps

 

  • George’s dad was called Mr Killy Kranky
  • George’s dad was really excited by the invention of a medicine that would grow his animals big.
  • Can you imagine George’s dad inviting all his farmer friends to a party to see the giant chicken and celebrate it laying a massive egg?
  • You can choose a time, date and location (probably in the hay barn in the Farm)
  • Fill in the party invite as if you were George’s dad.
  • When you have filled it in, glue it into the book

 

 

Topic:

 

 

Pond life

Walt:

  • I can identify pond creatures
  • I can see that different pond creatures live in different parts of the pond

 

 

We have been exploring habitats – where creatures live.

 

We have identified how  squirrel has adapted to its habitat and we have looked at the lifecycle of a butterfly.

 

Today we will look at pondlife…. just like in our wild woodland area.

There are many pond creatures. Can you match the word/picture with the description?

(an amphibian live in and out of water like a frog)

Can you write five creatures with their descriptions into your book?

If you would like to do more, please add more or finish all the creatures on the table. It will make you amazing nature spotters!

If you get time draw what each creature looks like.

 

 

Description

Name

A beautiful flower that floats on top of the pond

 

A slippery creature with a rounded shell

 

A insect which skates across the surface of the pond

 

A warty amphibian with bumps skin

 

A green small plant that covers the surface of the pond

 

A smooth amphibian which lays spawn

 

Clear jelly with spots in the middle

 

A swimming black beetle

 

A baby frog with  tail

 

A slinky lizard like amphibian

 

A tall plant that grow next to a pond

 

A brightly coloured flying insect

 

Nature Watch

 

 

Walt:

I can continue to look at garden birds and try to identify them

I can identify a life cycle of a pond creature (frog)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Write the title: Frog life cycle

Copy the boxes and arrows into your book, fill in and draw what the frog looks like at each stage]

 

Finished!

Well done you have worked really hard J

 

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