Welcome back everyone,
I hope you enjoyed national numeracy day yesterday. Nobody should be scared of maths and all of us are numbers people #everyonecounts!
Congratulations you are currently 219th in the national competition – not bad at all considering 5800 classes were entered! Did you know that in the competition so far 7,152,157 questions have been answered correctly….that is a big number but after yesterday’s story you might start to imagine just how big! It would be amazing if we could push ourselves back into the top 100 though so keep going !
Remember you other daily tasks of Zumdog, Phonics play and Code.org. Oh and most importantly to read with an adult!
Our sound of the day is ey:
Can you read the words and decide which are the real ones and which ones I made up?
hubley donkey flaggey numpey valley turkey
Can you think of any words spelt with ey?
Maths Home Learning
Important note for adults: As you may realise the worksheets for the Maths are no longer available for free on the White Rose website. A few parents have asked if they could be sent the files so they could print them. Anna and Daniel’s Mum has kindly sent me some emails addresses for families who might want them and I have emailed today and tomorrows to them. If you would also like the worksheets but didn’t get them then please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you to the mailing list. Don’t worry though I will continue to put them on the blog as well.
Here are the answers for Tuesday’s Maths questions…
Lesson 3 – Add and subtract worded problems
Please find today’s lesson video here. You will be focusing on solving word problems so it will be a good chance for you to practise reading too! https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
And here are today’s questions for you to try in your blue books…
Remember there is always plenty more practise available at https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7nm6v4
English Home Learning
In today’s lesson you will be reviewing how and when to use exclamation marks at the end of a sentence. You will then be using this to help you create an eye catching poster to help people stay safe around a pond. Enjoy! (exclamation mark) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvyvbdm
Science Home Learning
Firstly take a look at this short video and see if you can answer these questions…
What is happening to the tree?
What season is it?
What else happens during this season?
Today we are going to be thinking about trees (which are plants too remember).
Right now make sure you can say these tricky words out loud… deciduous and evergreen. Don’t worry I wan’t ask you to spell them just yet!
Have a look at these trees. The left side show the tree in summer and the right side shows the tree in winter. Can tell which ones are deciduous and which ones are evergreen?
Now log on to busy things (remember you can use your school email address) and try these activities in the year 1 and 2 science section…
Great work today everybody…nearly Friday now!