Good morning Metis class. 5 days until we are all back together, not long to go!
Don't forget to sign in at the register and send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured in the final celebration video on Friday.
As with every Soundswrite lesson, say the sounds we have already learnt.
Say the sounds and read part of the story below 'the loot'.
What is a time adverbial? Can you remember from Bob's diary entry and story last term? Can you tell me a time adverbial?
Time adverbials tell us when something happens/happened. Take a look at our sock puppet instructions - can you find the time adverbials?
First, Next, Then, After that and Finally are all time adverbials as they are telling us when to do the instructions.
Task: Take a look at all the time adverbials below - choose a time adverbial and write an instruction. For example 'As soon as possible get me back to school'. 'Finally, eat the sandwich'.
Write 2 instruction sentences starting with a time adverbial.
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?
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.)
If you have got notes at home take a look at them and see if you can work out what notes/amounts they are.
Challenge: A toy car at the shop is £15. What notes can I use to buy it?
What would happen if I paid with a £20 note?
Watch our reading lesson below and answer the questions verbally as you go. After watching the video can you answer this question with a sentence in your book.
Do you think the toys have got lost or do you think they are playing a game?
(Grown ups- read through the slides to your child and discuss the answers together)
Task: Complete this worksheet by choosing the correct material that goes with the sentence. You can copy out the sentence and fill in the missing word into your books or you can print out the sheet and write the answer.