Welcome back everyone! I hope you have had a lovely two weeks with your family and enjoying the sunshine! I'm looking forward to seeing what you have all been up to!
This is what we've been up to the past couple of weeks!
Home Learning Area Tasks for the week of: 01.06.20
Maths: This week I would like you to learn about money! What coins can you find in your house? I want you to find me 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p and 20p. Can you sort the coins into shape, colour and size? Watch the videos below to get your started. Can you play the Top Shop Money Game? Start with 1p.
Reading: Giglets- With your family, read the story. Complete the tasks attached to the story!
Lot's of you have signed up to Oxford Owl, where you can find some Biff, Chip and Kipper ebooks. This week, choose a book to read at your correct reading level.
Topic Work: Find all your topic questions here.
Last time you answers Darcy's question- 'Do bees and flies come out at night?'
This week I would like you to answer Penny's question:
'Why do snails move so slowly?'
Record your answer.
I'd like you to listen to or/ and watch the story, Snail and the Whale. Find the links below. Can you record yourself talking about what happens in the story? I can't wait to see your videos! Can you join Mr Tumble to save the whale?
As we are focusing on snails this week, can you find a snail to put in your bug hotel?
Phonics: Sound of the week- ‘x’. Can you complete the below nelson handwriting sheet in your homework book?
Can you think of words beginning with 'x'? Tell your family these words. Practice your new high frequency words? Use the useful websites for songs and games we use in class- I have added new phonics resources here too! Have a go at playing the cvc word game.
Good luck and I'm looking forward to seeing all your hard work this week! I have uploaded your last home learning here.
Fun facts about snails!
- Snails can live for 5 to 25 years.
- Garden snails can reach a top speed of 45 metres per hour. This makes them one of the slowest creatures on the planet.