(well done those who noticed the wring date on yesterday’s blog post – you have won 1000 team points!)
Put the kettle on Platypus class I am coming around to your house today to check on all your work and make sure your bedrooms are tidy…
Seriously I wish I could do that because I miss you all very much…and I would love to see all the work you have been up to. If you would like to share anything you have been doing at home and your adult uses twitter they can share it on there or they could send pictures to the school email address with FAO Mr Fielder and I will post them on the blog.
So here is a video to remind you of how the teen numbers are made of 1 group of ten and then some extra ones..
Now try and see how quickly you can recognise these teens amounts shown on a tens frame. You have about 3 seconds before the number is shown. Can you beat the clock?
Now can you find one more and one less than these numbers…
Which ones do not show 16? Can you explain why…. post a comment and let me know!
If you can download the slides above and read through the information about looking after different kinds of pet. Ask an adult to help with reading some of the words if they are a bit tricky but also remember to use your sounds…
Now can you answer these questions…
When should you walk a dog?
What should you put in a snakes tank?
How often do you need to feed an adult snake?
What word means the animal likes to be around people and other animals?
What pet do you think is the best to keep and why?
Today is our PE day and I hope lots of you have been doing your daily PE lessons with Joe Wicks the body coach at 9.00am live on his youtube channel.
If you are lucky enough to have a garden or can find a safe place then there are lots of activities from the national tennis association that you might want to try out on this website https://www.lta.org.uk/tennis-at-home