Phonics - Week Beginning 31st January 2022
Watch the videos and practise writing words with the sounds. Remember to use your Fred fingers when you are spelling.
We have begun a new topic called multiplication and division.
Watch these videos to refresh your memory
Lesson 1: Making equal groups
Lesson 2: Repeated addition
Lesson 3: Making arrays
Maths Week beginning 10.1.22
|Monday 10th January||make equal groups||https://vimeo.com/488108584|
|Tuesday 11th January||add equal groups||https://vimeo.com/488110327|
|Wednesday 12th January||use x symbol||https://vimeo.com/488111269|
|Thursday 13th January||multiplication from pictures||https://vimeo.com/488113679|
|Friday 14th January||using arrays||https://vimeo.com/490417143|
Maths WB 10.1.22 Tasks
WEEK BEGINNING 17.1.22
Maths WB 17.1.22
Maths WB 17.1.22
Science - The human life cycle
Can you read through the power point and put the stages of a human's life in the correct order?
Can you compare different stages by asking questions such as
"What can an adult do that a baby can't?" or "What can a teenager do that a child cannot?"
Challenge: We get faster as we get older.
What ways can you test this? You will need to have somebody older to do this with.
Time yourself doing different activities - who did them faster? Can you think why?
This week we are discussing what we believe resilient means.
We are introduced to some characters from books that are sad sometime.
Use the sentence stems below to talk about what you might say to this sad character to a partner at home.
When __________ is upset, he could find _______________
When __________ is upset, he could talk to ________________
When __________ is upset he might ______________ (what might they do?)
When __________ is upset he might say _______________
Use the internet to research the life of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole.
Create a factfile