Morning everyone – see you all in our Google Meet at 9:30.
Here’s the link to find out more about the Earth’s Moon:
Today’s Home Learning:
Practise 8x table facts below:
L.I. – To be able to estimate capacity.
Here is the PowerPoint we will use in the Google Meet.
Choose from the sheets below:
Mild – Sheet 1
Spicy – Sheet 2
Hot – Sheet 3
L.I. – To recognise adverbs of time and place
Adverbs are used to explain when, how often, where or how a verb takes place.
Some words can be used as adverbs or prepositions so we need to understand how to identify whether it is an adverb (not immediately followed by a noun or pronoun) or a preposition.
A preposition is a word that tells you where or when something is in relation to something else.
Examples of prepositions include words like after, before, on, under, inside and outside.
The house was on the hill beside a tree.
In this sentence ‘on’ and ‘beside’ are prepositions which show you exactly where the house was. they both come before a noun in this example.
We will use the PowerPoint below in the Google Meet but I have put it below as well if you want to look at it again.
Spicy -Sheet 2
Hot -Sheet 3
Write a short paragraph about your day so far using the following adverbs:
today, slowly, in my book, carefully
With Joe Wicks or Mr. Garvey or your own choice. Try to get outside for some fresh air -it’s good for you!
L.I. To understand that kindness can make a difference to everyone.
Activity – It could happen to anyone!
Many of us have had moments in our lives when we’ve done something and felt really embarrassed. It can feel even worse if someone sees what happens. The way these other people react can really make a difference to how we feel at that time. These people are called ‘bystanders’. We are all ‘bystanders’ at some point. We have a choice to make the embarrassing moment better or worse for the person, just by choosing what we do or say.
Have a look at the sheet It could happen to anyone.
You could copy the different cards onto pieces of scrap paper or print them.
Find someone at home to play with you.
Take it in turns to read one of the embarrassing moment cards and say what might happen. Have a think about the things that could make that person feel worse (laugh at them) and the things that could make them feel better (help them).
Remember! We all have embarrassing moments and we can try to laugh it off or we might get upset. It’s good to remember that these things happen to everyone.
We also have a choice about how we behave when we see someone else in one of those ‘Oh no!’ moments!
With Mrs O’Donnell today.
Have a wonderful day and I will see you on Thursday at 9:30am.
Love from Mrs Padfield