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Tuesday 23rd February 2021

Good morning Metis class!

 

Don't forget to sign in at the register.

 

Don't forget to send photos/videos/messages to the class email so I can see how you are getting on with work and help in any way I can. Metis@studleygreen.wilts.sch.uk

 

Soundswrite:

As with every lesson, let's start by recapping all the sounds we have learned - please say the sounds along with the video as you normally would at school.

Sound cards

For remote learning -Say the sounds with me like we do every morning in class.

Watch the video below for today's soundswrite lesson:

Tuesday 23rd Feb

Spellings:

In your packs you will find a sheet with lots of spellings on. Please can you read as many spellings out loud as you can. 

Practice these spellings below:

 

what   you   are     they

Handwriting:

Follow the link below to our handwriting scheme  - This week I want you to practise writing all of your capital letters from A-Z

https://teachhandwriting.co.uk/capital-letters-beginners.html

 

Practice with your finger the letter formation. Then write the letter as many times as you can fit across a line in your book. 

 

English:

Well done with your cheese sandwich instructions yesterday Metis class. Today we are going to be learning a set of instructions to help us create our own later on in the term. Because our topic is all about toys, the set of instructions we are going to learn is a toy!! It is called 'How to make a sock puppet.' 

 

Take a look at the instructions below being read by Miss Broadhead. 

 

See if you can find the title, equipment and instructions and point these out to a grown up. What do you notice about the layout? Is the title anywhere in particular? Does the equipment come first or the instructions?

How to make a sock puppet

Still image for this video
Listen to Miss Broadhead reading the instructions

Maths:

Go onto numbots for 15 minutes.

Practice counting in 1’s to 100.

Practice counting in 10’s to 100.

Practice counting in 5’s to 100.

Practice counting in 2’s to 30.

Write your numbers 1 to 20 in your home learning books.

 

Can you still?

Read through the following slides and complete the tasks:

 

(Grown ups your child might need support reading the writing but during guided practice they should complete this as independently as possible.)

 

Reading:

Take a look at the image below from our new story 'Lost in the toy museum'. 


What toys can you see?

How are they different to your favourite toy?

Have you seen these toys in shops before? or on TV?

Do you think these are the same type of toys you can by now a days in shops?

Computing:

We are moving on to our next lesson in coding today. In this lesson you will practise building code to make characters chase and run away in an exciting fairy story.

When you click the link below you will be directed to this page:

 

Press the 'Let's go' button

You will then see this: Click the play button and watch the helpful video.

 

To access to coding click on this link and type in the username and password. Make sure to watch the help video which is on the second page after you press ‘lets go’.

 

 

https://coding.discoveryeducation.co.uk/block/learn?locale=en-gb#on-the-move-5e5d0cff570d8d36569ddee0

 

Username: student31367

Password: studley

 

After you’ve watched the help video there is an example shown- click the green button at the top to start coding yourself.

RE:

What would you do if a member of the Royal Family came to visit?

 

They are very important people and lots of people worship them because they are seen as 'special'. When the queen goes on visits she is often greeted with huge rounds of applause, flowers, gifts, cheering and sometimes even singing the national anthem which is a song all about her.

 

Answer these questions verbally with a grown up or sibling:

Who is special to you?

How do you welcome special people into your home?

Are all special people welcomed the same way?

Who would you welcome in a special way if they came to school?

 

Task: Think about a special visitor, it could be any who is special to you. Think about how you would welcome them. Draw a picture of your special visitor and how you would welcome them.

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