World Environmental Day (Friday) – 05/06/20

Greetings Platypuses,

Today is World Environmental Day! We will do some learning and thinking about the environment and that will inform our P4C today.

First off…

Today also remember to access your music lesson as well:

https://www.lambethmusic.co.uk/apps/member/login

Phonics

Today we are learning the split digraph o-e

Now try writing these words:

  • note
  • home
  • awoke
  • explode
  • alone
  • those
  • stoke

Now write the following senectne:

I woke up in my home.

Extension: Write ‘Joe went home in his boat.

Tricky word to learn today is…

Remember you can also practise your phonics on PhonicsPlay ๐Ÿ™‚

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

English

Click on the link below to access the lesson on BBC Bitesize – curly caterpillar letters and suffixes today:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrk6pg8

Now have a look at the two images below from our book ‘The Garden of Hope

Pick one and write a descriptive piece of writing about it.

Here is a slideshow of the story if you want to go through it again:

Maths

Here are the answers to yesterday’s questions:

Today’s challenge is below!

Revise some of your previous learning using BusyThings:

https://www.busythings.co.uk/play/

KS1 – Year 1 > Mathematics > Measurement

P4C

Let me know your thoughts!


I hope you enjoyed today’s learning. What new things did you learn today?

Stay in contact ๐Ÿ™‚

Comment on the blog, tweet me and you can send work you’d like to share in to the class email.

year1@herbertmorrison.lambeth.sch.uk

@MissLinsleyHMPS (twitter)

We’ve made a start with some shared work this week – super English work from Jovani and some lovely maths measuring from Dennis. It would be great to see some more next week though.

Thinking of you,

Miss Linsley…& Mr Fielder – we talk every day! ๐Ÿ™‚

4 thoughts on “World Environmental Day (Friday) – 05/06/20

  1. Hi Kiyana and Kiyana’s mum ๐Ÿ™‚
    You’ve been working hard today, well done ๐Ÿ™‚
    Great pirate rules – I like the words you’ve used containing the -ly suffix ‘closely’ and ‘quickly’. For an extra challenge could you use words containing -ly suffixes in your first two rules as well? To get you started…how would you steer the ship? Sensibly? Smartly? Craftily?
    Full marks for the maths challenges!
    Sounds like a wonderful discussion in P4C (I agree too) with a very clear idea of the impact plastic has on our environment. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Super learning today!

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  2. Hello Miss Linsley.

    Kiyanaโ€™s pirate rules are:

    Always steer the ship.
    Wear an eye patch.
    Always look closely at treasure map.
    Search for treasure quickly.

    For the math challenge these were our answers…

    Challenge 1: Sal has 5 beads left over (20-15=5)

    Challenge 2: The 2 digit number George is thinking of is 45

    For the P4C question Kiyana and myself discussed what the world be like without plastic by saying the following…

    The world would be a better place without plastic because the environment would be cleaner and safer with no plastic in the oceans, which causes harm to sea life and extinction.

    We also said that people are always learning and developing new ways of doing things, and therefore more environmentally friendly materials could be used to replace plastic when it comes to medicines and the protection of nurses and doctors.

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