Maths - 19.6.2020: My Number Is...
Today's numbers to choose from are..... 13, 26, 34, or 49
Best Bet for spelling the /ow/ sound
/ow/ sentences to read
English - 18.6.2020: Describing words in adverts
Take a break from Mr Grinling and click on the link to go to the BBC Bitesize lesson to learn how to identify describing words (adjectives) and use them in your writing.
Maths - 15.6.2020-19.6.2020: Mass and Capacity
Click on one of the pictures below to WhiteRoseMaths Summer Term - Week 6 (w/c 1st June)
Watch the videos and complete the activities which I added below as documents, as they are no longer accessible through the website.
Design and Technology - 18.6.2020: Repeat Pattern Making
Click on the link to learn the basics of repeat pattern making.
Don't forget to send a picture of the pattern you make to Mr Price.
Phonics 17.6.2020 - alternative spellings for the /ow/ sound
Have a look around the house, garden or local area for words which use:
ow ou ough
and stick a post-it note in them.
Geography - 17.6.2020: Introduction to Antarctica
Learn about Antarctica and where to find it on our planet.
Science 17.6.2020: Parts of the body and Senses
Click on the picture to go to the BBC Bitesize lesson and learn about the human body and our senses.
Maths - 17.6.2020: Measuring Weight and volume
We have completed the WhiteRose Maths for Monday & Tuesday in class and some of the class have even completed Wednesday and Thursday's worksheets- so please check with your child.
If you fancy a change of pace - why not get out the measuring jugs at home or the scales. Have a go at weighing items at home and measuring out liquids.
You can compare the weight of objects, food or anything and see which are heavier or lighter.
Measure out glasses or bottles and see which have more or less in them. Which bottles/jugs/glasses are full; half full; almost full; almost empty or empty.
History - 16.5.2020: Florence Nightingale
Click on the picture below to learn about the life, actions and achievements of Florence Nightingale who was a famous nurses who helped heel hundreds of soldiers during the Crimean War.
Click on the picture to go to the Alternative Spellings for the /ow/ phoneme area of Phonicsplay
- this link now works on all tech!
The Lighthouse Keeper's Story Opening Word Bank and Success Ladder