Wednesday 3rd February 2021
Maths - 2 -d Shape pictures
For your Maths home learning today, I would like you to use your knowledge of 2-d shapes to help you create a picture. You can either cut your own shapes to create your own 2-d shape picture or you can use the shapes which I have attached below, to cut out and create your 2-d shape pictures.
I look forward to seeing your 2-d shape pictures.
2-d shape pictures
English - Story Maps
For your English home learning, I would like you to create a story map of what happened in the story of 'The Squirrels that Squabbled'. I would like you to choose the six main parts of the story to include in your story map. To create your story map you need to draw the pictures and then write the key words or the sentence to go with the story map. I have included the link to story being read incase you need to recap what happened in the story.
I look forward to seeing your story maps on Tapestry.
PE with Mr Morris
For your PE home learning today, Mr Morris has kindly sent us a video showing you what he would like you to do. He would like you to practise your throwing and catching skills. He has asked you to practise throwing and catching in. different ways, using different parts of the body. I have attached below the video which shows Mr Morris demonstrating what he would like you to do. Mr Morris would love to see some videos of you practising your throwing and catching skills
I look forward to seeing you getting active on Tapestry.
PE with Mr Morris
Phonics 'ou' sound
For today's home learning, I would like you to revise the 'ou' sound. I would like you to practise saying the sounds:
Remember the rhymes are as follows:
'ou' - shout it out
I would then I like you to practise writing some simple sentences with the words with both these sounds in them.
'ou' words - shout, out, pour, four
An example sentence would be:
'Don't shout inside'
I look forward to seeing your hard work on Tapestry.
Phonics 'v' sound
For today's sound we are going to be recapping the 'v' sound. First, I would like you to practise saying the sound and the rhyme, remember first you need to say, 'v' and the 'v, down a wing, up a wing.'
Then you need to practise saying the words with 'v' sound in them, which are 'van', 'vet', 'vat' and 'vase'. Once you have practise saying the 'v' sound and the words. I would like you to practise writing the 'v' sound.
Then I would like you to practise sound out the word using Fred talk:
van - v - a - n
vet - v - e - t
I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry.