I’m calling today wakey-wakey Wednesday because you all need to wakey-wakey to code.org…not enough progress being made young Platypuses! As the Computing leader for the school I am shocked! That’s right shocked!
Let’s see some more progress please!
Congratulations to Dennis who has completed the course! Dennis I recommend that you challenge yourself further with some Hour of Code activities on the website (they don’t have to take an hour) I’m also seeing some good effort from Kiyana, Daniel and David.
Dennis’ adults if you send me an email I’ll pop the certificate over to you 🙂
So daily tasks…
Now time for…
Today we are learning about the zh sound
Now spell the following words:
Now practise your high frequency words:
Can you beat the voice? You could always turn the sound off to really challenge yourself!
Today’s lesson is all about zig-zag letters:
I’d love to see your writing using zig-zag letter as well as super spelling, grammar and punctuation!
If you needed some added writing inspiration you could write about your bus learning or about Rosa Parks.
Here are the answers to yesterday’s work:
Today’s lesson is about counting in 10s (Lesson 3):
World Oceans Day – Rights Respecting
Technically this was on Monday so I’m a little bit behind, but better late that never!
Learning about the oceans is part of one of your rights – as seen in the article above – you have the right to a clean and safe environment. It is also part of our responsibility as humans to look after this planet and try to repair some of the damage that has been done to it. We need to save our oceans.
Discuss what you can do to help save the oceans.
Why not finish by painting or drawing a beautiful picture of what the oceans should look like?
You could try creating one like this…
If you’d like to learn some more about plastic pollution, then this website comes recommended from F’s family…
They have a YouTube channel as well where they give lessons twice a week:
This lesson so inspired a certain Platypus that he was determined to do a beach clean of his own!
Let’s finish with a final story. This one is read by my friend Miss Williams who many of you have met. She teaches Reception at Ashmole Primary which is very nearby and one of the other schools in our federation. Enjoy the story 🙂
I hope you enjoyed today’s learning. What did you find most interesting to learn about?
Do stay in touch.
Thinking of you,
Miss Linsley…and Mr Fielder 🙂