Remote Learning Week 4

 

Hello again! 

Friday Zoom - As it is the end of our current topic this week, our Friday fun zoom will be a celebration of the work the children have completed over the past couple of weeks.

Parents: Please can you send a picture or pictures of something your child is proud of completing as part of this topic or another subject. I will then create a video to share them on the Friday Zoom. If you have any questions please let me know. 

Maths

We are continuing with statistics this week. You can find the activities for the week below. 

Monday - Drawing pictograms 

Tuesday - Answering questions using pictograms

Wednesday - Block diagrams

Thursday - Interpreting block diagrams 

Friday - Use everything you have learnt to create a tally chart, pictogram and a block diagram

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 DAy 1 Draw Pictograms (2, 5 & 10).pdfDownload
 Day 2 -Interpret-pictograms-2-5-and-10.pdfDownload
 Day 3 - block diagram.pdfDownload
 Day 4 - interpreting block diagrams.pdfDownload
 Day 5-Statistics.pdfDownload
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English:

 We are continuing with Rosie Revere this week. Everything we have done so far has been building up to writing our own invention stories in this weeks lessons. The task cards are below as well as the video for the story. This week there is one additional sheet for Monday (story mountain planning) but the plan can also be completed in straight into a book. 

On Thursday, we came up with a success criteria for a great story. This is in the task cards but you can also find it below as a separate sheet to help edit each part of the story. I have also attached the Year 1 and 2 common exception word to help spelling. 

 

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 rosie-revere-engineer-week-3.pptxDownload
 story mountain planning.docxDownload
 rosie success criteria.docxDownload
 common-exception-words-years-1-and-2.pdfDownload
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Afternoon Sessions

 

PE - Get active with PE with Joe! This is the link to his Youtube channel where you will find his latest live streams. 

If you want something different for PE this week, here is the link to the Cosmic Yoga Youtube channel or enjoy some fresh air with a walk or in the garden. 

You can also find new ideas on the school PE page here.

Topic - This is our final week of our Mini Worlds topic. This week we are looking at world habitats and food chains. 

Your first activity is on Twinkl Go. Type in the PIN code FX1398 and you will find 3 activities to complete. 

The main task this week is to choose a world habitat to research (for example desert, arctic, pond) and find out about the animals that live there and how they are adapted to live there (for example a polar bear has thick fur to keep it warm). You could make a poster, a powerpoint, a video or leaflet to show everything you have found out -the choice is yours! I look forward to seeing what you find out. 

As part of your project, you could make some artwork of the habitat or an animal within the habitat. This could be a drawing, painting, junk modelling or collage.

If you are stuck there are lots of habitat videos on BBC Bitesize that have examples of animals. I have also attached information sheets below. 

Your next task is about food chains. Watch this video and complete the activities underneath. Then complete the cut and stick activity in your book (below). Alternatively, you can create a paper chain to show your food chain like the picture below. 

Finally, to end our topic, I have set a quiz on Kahoot. Click the link here or use the game pin: 01069057 on the Kahoot website or app.   

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 FOOD-CHAIN-CUT-AND-STICK.docxDownload
 world-habitats-fact-sheets (1).pdfDownload
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Music - The music trust have also released an online music lesson. You will need drum sticks or something that can be used as drum sticks for one activity. 

 

 

PHSE - Watch this video with the story 'My mouth is a volcano'.

Discuss these questions together: 

  1. What did Louis do?
  2. How did it make others feel?
  3. Could he help it?
  4. What could he have done instead?
  5. Do you ever feel like Louis?
  6. What could you do? 

Think about what you can do when you feel like erupting and write them on this eruption sheet.