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Wednesday 27th January 2021

Maths - 3-D Shapes

Today, for your maths learning, I would like you to continue with your learning about 3-d shapes, and how we can use different 3-d shapes. 

 

For your task today, I would like you to use what you learnt yesterday about making different 3-d shapes, to help you make a small model. Your model could be of a car, robot, castle or a house. Once you have made your model, I would like you to talk about your model to your grown-ups. Think about which shapes were hardest and easiest to make.

You can use different recycled materials to help make your models. I would then like you to take a picture or draw a picture of the model you have made. 

 

I look forward to seeing your models on Tapestry.

English - All about Little Red Riding Hood

For today's English home learning, I would like you to remember what we mean when we talk about adjectives and how they are used to describe either an object or item. We can use adjectives in sentences to help us describe a character in a story. We are going to be using our knowledge of adjectives and how to write descriptions of different characters in the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Today, we are going to focusing on the character of the Little Red Riding Hood and we are going to be using our knowledge of adjectives to write a description.

 

For today's task, there are two options for you to choose from and how you would like to complete your work. You can either complete today's work in the same way as you did yesterday, by drawing a detailed picture of the Little Red Riding Hood and then write the adjective word/phrases around her to describe the her.

 

The second options is to draw a picture of the Little Red Riding Hood from the story and then write a simple character description using your knowledge of adjectives and write it using simple short sentences.

 

An example of this would be:

'Little Red Riding Hood was a kind girl. She liked to look after her grandma and visit her at her house. She wore a bright red cape.'

 

I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry.

PE with Mr Morris

For your PE home learning today, Mr Morris has kindly given us some videos that he would like you to get active and join in with. As well, as being active, Mr Morris has chosen these video because they are also going to help with your learning in your maths and learning about different animals. 

 

I have put the links to the videos that Mr Morris, would like you to join in with below:

 

1.  https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-length-height/zdrx92p 

 

2. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-counting-with-john-farnworth/zbct8xs 

 

3.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26guG6wr5so 

 

Mr Morris, has said he would like you to join in, have fun and get active whilst learning from these videos. 

 

I look forward to seeing you getting active on Tapestry.

Phonics 'igh' and 'ow' sound

For today's home learning, I would like you to revise the 'igh' and 'ow' sound. I would like you to practise saying the sounds:

 

Remember the rhymes are as follows:

'igh' - fly high 
'ow' - blow the snow

 

I would then I like you to practise writing some simple sentences with the words with both these sounds in them.

 

'igh' words - high, might, night, knight, flight 
'ow' words - blow, snow, crow, throw, grow

 

An example sentence would be:

'I like to play in the snow'

 

I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry.

Phonics 'l' sound

For today's sound we are going to be recapping the 'l' sound. First, I would like you to practise saying the sound and the rhyme, remember first you need to say, 'l' and the 'l, down the long leg.'

 

Then you need to practise saying the words with 'l' sound in them, which are 'log', 'lip', 'leg' and 'let'. Once you have practise saying the 'l' sound and the words. I would like you to practise writing the 'l' sound.

 

Then I would like you to practise sound out the word using Fred talk:

 

log - l - o - g

lip - l - i - p

leg - l - e - g 

let - l - e - t

 

I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry. I have attached the link to video for the 'l' sound for you to use whilst you are learning you are sounds.

Set 1 Speed Sounds - 'l' with Ruth

This film was first shown on 28.04.2020. Watch Ruth teach phonics lessons every weekday to help your child learn to read at home. The daily Set 1 Speed Sound...

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