Good morning Metis class. Only 6 days to go until we are all back together.
Take a look at today's learning below.
As with every soundswrite lesson, start by saying the sounds we have already learnt.
Within the instructions 'How to make a sock puppet' there are words that tell us what to do. Such as
First, put the clean sock on your hand.
Next, cut out a tongue from the red card with your sharp scissors.
Then, stick the tongue onto the clean sock with sticky glue.
After that, stick on two buttons with sticky glue to make the eyes.
Finally, play with the sock puppet.
Put, cut, stick and play all tell us what to do. We call these words 'imperative verbs' or bossy verbs. They command us to do something.
Task: Can you write 3 sentences that start with a bossy/imperative verb. Take a look at some examples above for ideas.
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.
Today I would like you to practice these spellings:
like said come
Follow the link below to our handwriting scheme - This week we will be look at our lower case cursive letters. By now we should all be forming our lowercase letters correctly and should be able to write the whole alphabet from a-z. Have a go at writing the lowercase alphabet in your books.
If you still need a bit of help with some letters- take a look below:
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?
We are carrying on with our money topic today and we will be looking at coins again.
To begin today's lesson can you play this game. Choose one coin sorting and sort the coins that it asks. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/coins-game
Work through the guided practice and worksheet below:
I go to the shop and see a teddy I want to buy. It is 20p. What coins could I use to buy it? Is there more than one answer?
We are moving onto our 3rd coding lesson today 'Transport on the go'. In this lesson we will be asking objects (trains, cars, trucks) to perform an action.
To access to coding click on this link and type in the username and password.
Then click on the 'Transport on the go'
Make sure to watch the help video which is on the second page after you press ‘lets go’.
After you’ve watched the help video there is an example shown- click the green button at the top to start coding yourself.
Last lesson we talked about the queen being a special person and how she is welcomed when she visits places. Today we are going to learn about a visit of a special person.
Watch the video below of Palm Sunday.
How was Jesus welcomed - as a king, celebrity, poor man or just another person?
How do you know?
Why did He ride a donkey?
The people welcomed Jesus like this because they had heard about all the amazing things He did like healing people, calming the storm and they believed He would be the ‘Messiah’, the one who would save them from the Roman ruling.
Task: Can you draw a picture of Jesus being welcomed. Go back and watch the story again, listen carefully to what they people in the story did to welcome Jesus and add these to your picture.