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11.05.2020

Week 5
Friday 15th May

Hi everyone!

The first child to email the answers to the photographs below will earn 10 team points!

All you have to do is find say where Basil Brush, Koala and Jingles are in each picture.

Have a great day,

Love from Ms Shepherd

Where are Basil Brush, Koala and Jingles?

Friday's reading

Please continue to choose books from the active primary website.  Why not write a review of the the book you enjoyed the most this week?

Friday's maths

Friday's English

Friday's phonics

LI  I can read and spell words containing the phoneme /ie/

Five in a row!

This is a game you have played in class before.  You need a dice  and a copy of the document below.  If you can't print it off, just copy the word into your book.  Roll the dice.  If it is a five, write over the word new (or copy it into your book).  Carry on doing this until you complete a row of five.  Which row is the winner?

/ie/

Friday's RE

LI I can listen to the Jewish story of Moses and remember some facts

Watch the cartoon and then choose from the selection of pictures to colour in.  Write captions for your pictures.

Thursday 14th May

Thursday's reading

Please continue to choose books from the active primary website.  

Thursday's maths

Thursday's English

Thurday's phonics

LI  I can read and spell words containing the phoneme /au/

Five in a row!

This is a game you have played in class before.  You need a dice  and a copy of the document below.  If you can't print it off, just copy the word into your book.  Roll the dice.  If it is a five, write over the word new (or copy it into your book).  Carry on doing this until you complete a row of five.  Which row is the winner?

/au/

Who did these works of art, Flissie, Sophie & Owen or Andy Goldsworthy?

Thursday's art

LI  I can read and talk about the painter Andy Goldsworthy

Flissie's mum sent in her 'indoor' Andy Goldsworthy creation.  If you look back at the original slide show you will see it's very similar to one of his outdoor ones.  Can you find it?  Which do you prefer, Flissie's or Andy Goldsworthy's?  Then Sophie's mum sent in Sophie's work and one that Sophie and Owen did together!

 

Activity

Below is a powerpoint all about Andy Goldsworthy for you to read or for your parent to read to you.  When you have read it see if you can ask your mum or dad some questions about the artist, to see if they have been concentrating!

 

There is also a lovely art activity for you to do involving leaves, glue and a plate!

 

Wednesday13th May

Good morning everybody!  I hope you are all well and managing with everything we are setting you.  Did you enjoy VE Day?  Where I live we had a street party, all standing 2 metres apart and we sang old songs and drank wine and ate war time food.  My street does lots of things at a distance!  On Wednesday we have a coffee morning in the street and on Sunday there is a sing song.  This Sunday it was somebody's birthday and we all got given an ENORMOUS slice of rainbow cake when we finished singing.

 

Rainbow birthday cake

Wednesday's reading

Please continue to choose books from the active primary website.  

Wednesday's Maths

Wednesday's English

Wednesday's phonics

LI  I can read and spell words containing the phoneme /ew/

Five in a row!

This is a game you have played in class before.  You need a dice  and a copy of the document below.  If you can't print it off, just copy the word into your book.  Roll the dice.  If it is a five, write over the word new (or copy it into your book).  Carry on doing this until you complete a row of five.  Which row is the winner?

/ew/

Wednesday's computing

Mrs Godden has asked you to continue with your computing project.  She is able to look on line and see the wonderful work you have done!

Wednesday's history

LI  I can use photos as a source of evidence about the past

I wonder how you got on with last week's history.  Did you do your timeline?

Today you are going to look at some photographs of the seaside in the present and the past.

What can you see in the photos?

What are the people wearing? 

What are the people doing?

Which picture do you think is old and which is from today?

How can you tell?

A nice day out

Activity

The 2nd picture is a picture taken during Edwardian times.  Can you write some sentences about what people did at the seaside then?

words to help you:  long dress, parasol, stripy swimsuit

 

If you find the photographs a little unclear, go on line and find some more!

 

Tuesday 12 May 2020

 

Hello children, here is the learning for today. Have a great day 😊

Maths (Tuesday 12 May)

Reading

Continue to look at the Active Primary Website. There are loads of reading books appropriate for your child. 

Phonics

One of the extra activities in English yesterday was to draw and write about your favourite food. (I would love to know what your favourite food is). The word food has the long vowel phoneme 'oo'.

 

Play the game below to help Uncle Tom explore 'oo' words? Make words with Tom and then give him his bedtime bits so he can have a restful night. Sound and blend the words as you go.

Design & Technology

Activity: Today the children are going to make a paper boat. Once they have made the boat and completed the activity, they need to complete the evaluation sheet.

 

Please do not worry about this – just do what you can! Your child may need a grown-up to help with this – I found it a bit tricky! Let me know how you get on 😊.

 

Here is the boat I made and it floats even with a Lego person eating a pretzel!

NEXT WEEK: The children will be gathering all their boats together (if you still have them – don’t worry if you don’t) and placing Lego figures or other small toys in them to see which boat is the best!

We are also going to be making edible boats – all the instructions will be provided next week but to help you prepare you will need the following: spoon, bowl, a few vegetables or fruit such as (peppers, tomatoes, cucumber, melon), fillings such as (hummus, cheese, chopped fruit, dried fruit or nuts), cocktail sticks, paper, scissors, Sellotape.

 

That’s all from me for another week. Ms Shepherd tomorrow. The pictures and emails you have sent us have been wonderful and I am excited to see what fantastic things you will do this week.  

Take care, love Mrs Grady xx

Monday 11 May 2020

 

Good morning Hazel class,

I hope you all had a lovely week. I am missing seeing you all and your smiling faces.

Have a wonderful week and look after each other. Remember to email me if you want to get in touch.

Be safe, be good, be happy.

Lots of love, Mrs Grady x

Maths (Monday 11 May)

Reading

Reading is so important so please read for 15 minutes every day.

Tell someone in your house about the book you have read. This could be a picture book that you know or it could be a new book that you try to read independently to yourself. You could read to your favourite teddy or toy. You could also listen to a free audio story or look at a story online.

Phonics

Have a look at Phonics Play Comics today – see link below. These decodable comics are short, simple and silly comics that can help children apply their phonic skills. Start at Phase 4 – Stunt Quest made me smile 😊

Science

Today you will be finding out about trees.

Can you name any trees? Do trees look the same for the whole year? Do you know the terms ‘deciduous’ and ‘evergreen?’

 

Look through the information on the slides below which show you a variety of trees.

Do you recognise any of them?

Have a go at one of the activities (or both if you like!)

Activity:

Sort the trees into evergreen and deciduous and stick (or draw them) onto the worksheet. Then complete the sentences explaining what evergreen and deciduous mean.

Activity:

If you have access to any trees in your garden try and do a bark rubbing. Press a thin sheet of paper up against the bark of a tree. Gently rub the side of a crayon on the paper until the pattern of the bark shows. Can you find out what type of tree it is?

Music

Have a go at one of the activities (or both if you like!)

 

Activity: In today’s episode there are two songs ‘a sailor went to sea, sea, sea’ (I remember singing this song when I was your age (a very long time ago!) and ‘row boys/girls row’.

The first song involves some clapping too – hope you manage to keep up with the clapping rhythm better then I did when I had a go!

Activity: Listen to this piece of music (no peeking!). What mammal do you think this song is about – why? Is it loud or quiet? Is it fast or slow? Is it twinkling or rippling? Can you describe what you are hearing? Do you recognise any of the instruments?


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