Hi everyone. Well done to you all for everything you have done so far this week for your home learning. I am really impressed with you all. Keep it up!
Today we are going to write up the first half of your information text.
Writing up work https://youtu.be/Jl8yYH7gDsg
Start by writing your Title.
Then your first question as a heading.
Then answer your question in a full sentence.
- Use your question as your heading.
- Write your information under your questions.
- Write in full sentences
- Sound out your words using your robot arms and use this to help:
Save the other half of your work for tomorrow’s English lesson.
Write it in your books, on a piece of paper or use this template if you would like:
Select the one that is best for your child.
If your child has been finding the writing tricky this week, please do not worry. Every child learns at a different pace and it is OK. Here are some different activities they could do:
label a penguin or a polar bear:
Try to get them to have a go at writing some of the labels.
Or they could use this template to write some describing words for a penguin in a list e.g. black, feathery, calm etc.
Or they could write a simple fact about a penguin e.g. They eat fish.
Or they could have a go at writing a sentence about one of these pictures:
I will create a blog with alternative English writing ideas if people would like to use some of them as an alternative to the writing on the blog.
Phonics oe https://youtu.be/0AVKTmt0CKM
In maths today we are looking at greater than or less than.
https://youtu.be/keSKoEF0qVQ Comparing numbers
Have a go at one of these:
Select the one that is best for your child. Just write answers in your books to save printing if you like.
The crocodile always eats the biggest number.
Have a go at this. It is a favourite in class!
Have a go at an activity from the grid:
Or have a go at one of these challenges:
Please don’t feel you need to print everything, recording answers and work in books is great! If you don’t have a printer, use the resources on the blog and just write answers in your work books.
Please email over any work done, email@example.com, I love to see how you are getting on! Mrs Quinn xx