Year 1: You will be revising some of the Phase 5 sounds we have done this term today in a matching activity. You will also need to be able to spot real and alien words so get those magnifying glasses out for some good Phonics detective work!
Year 2: You will be continuing to recap some Phase 5 sounds today and also reading some tricky words. There are 3 activities for you to do today including a matching game. You will need scissors for the game to cut out your word and picture cards. Enjoy!
Yesterday we watched the video 'Bubbles' and created a storyboard to retell the story in order. If you didn't finish your storyboard yesterday, you can finish it today.
Today we are going to think about the middle of the story, where the girl floats away on a bubble.
Watch the video again and pause it when the girl floats away on the bubble:
Imagine you could float away on a bubble. Where would you float to? What might you see? How would it feel? Talk about these questions together.
Now you are going to do some writing about your bubble adventure.
Year 1: Write a sentence with a capital letter and a full stop to answer each question on the sheet below. Remember to use your sound mats from yesterday to help you!
Year 1: I can find some addition and subtraction number facts.
Have a go at the Number Facts Investigation below. You can print the sheet or write your number facts on a piece of paper. There is a number formation mat at the bottom of this section for you to print and use.
How are you going to find the answer to each number fact? You might want to use some small apparatus (beads, counters) to find the answer to each number fact. You might want to use a number line (there is one for you to download and print on yesterday's maths lesson page).
Year 2: I can add and subtract three 1-digit numbers to make 10.
Have a go at the 'What's the calculation?' investigation below. You could print the sheet out and write on it or write your number sentences on a piece of paper. You might want to use some small apparatus (beads, counters) to help you. You might want to use a number line (there is one available to download and print on yesterday's year 1 maths page). You could try drawing pictures to help you add and subtract. Use the number formation mat at the bottom of this section to make sure you write your numerals correctly.
Did you enjoy your Autumn Nature Hunt yesterday? Did you manage to find everything on the list?
Today I would like you to create an Autumn picture. It can be anything you like and you can use whatever you like to make it. You could paint or draw a picture of something you found on your Autumn hunt. Did you take any nice photographs that you could copy? You could do a careful, observational drawing of a leaf. You might want to make an Autumn collage out of the bits that you collected. If you type 'Autumn collage' into Google images, there are some great ideas! I would love to see your finished artwork so please take a photo of it and email me: firstname.lastname@example.org