Today we will learn:
Today we will:
Remember we can tell the time in different ways:
Today we will focus on the analogue clock
Copy the above picture into your book
Look in your pack.
There is a page with the number 7 on it.
Please answer all the questions
These questions will help your spellings
Please write the long date in your book: Tuesday 31st March 2020
Please stick your phonics work in your book under the long date.
English writing task
In you pack you have a cartoon strip called ‘Calvin and Hobbes’
It has the drawings of an excitable tiger
The Tiger is named Hobbes
The little boy is named Calvin
If you look carefully under the heading of Calvin and Hobbes you will see “by Watterson”
Bill Watterson wrote stories and drew pictures….what two things would we call him?
The stories were pretend not real life.
They were about a boy pretending that his Tiger was fierce, clever and playful.
Really the tiger was a toy and looked like this….
Using your imagination create an excitable character from something you know
(it could be a toy or a family pet )
Draw it in your book:
Circle the words that you think will describe it:
playful happy angry sad jumpy scratchy stripy fluffy slippery bouncy springy quiet still silent chattery loud noisy surprising excited calm curious
In your book, write some sentences using the words you have circled to describe your character.
My character is called ____________ He/She is __________ and _______________.
In your book answer the following questions:
How long can a tiger live in the wild?
A tiger can live for________________
What is the most common type of tiger?
The most common type of tiger is ___________________
Does most common mean there are more of those tigers than any other types?
Most common means__________________
How could you recognise a tiger?
You could recognise a tiger _________________
How long can a tiger be?
A tiger can be ________________long
How much can a tiger weigh?
A tiger can weigh ____________
A habitat is where creatures live.
In George’s Marvellious Mediciene the habitat of the animals is a farm with fields and barns and ponds.
Today we will continue to focus on ponds
Can you draw a pond in your book?
Can you find a ruler?
You will need this to draw arrows
If you can find one you will need to draw straight lines pushing down on the ruler in the middle and holding it still
Don’t worry if you can’t find one…. try to draw straight arrows
Draw the pond creatures (pictures below) in the pond
Using arrows and the names of the creatures, label them on your pond picture
Here are some pond creatures:
Well done. Tomorrow we will look into how these creatures are adapted to live in the pond.
I can identify birds
I can explore lifecycles
I can explore what we mean by the term ‘Metamorphosis’
Keep bird watching and try to identify what you see.
Yesterday you explored the lifecycle of the frog
Today you will explore the lifecycle of the dragonfly
Both the frog and the dragonfly depend on the pond habitat for their survival
If you want to find out more you can research online:
Write this as your title The Dragonfly
Dragonflies have three stages: egg, nymph, and adult.
Draw the stages in your book:
Well done you have worked really hard J