Click on the link below to watch a Good Morning message from Mrs Sothcott:
Yesterday you retold your favourite fairy story or traditional tale. I would like you to begin today by reading carefully what you have written. Now read it again and ask yourself the following:
1. Have you remembered full stops at the end of each sentence?
2. Have you remembered a nice, tall capital letter at the beginning of each sentence?
3. Have you remembered capital letters for the names of your characters?
4. Year 1: Have you spelt all of the tricky words in phase 2, 3 and 4 on your tricky word mat correctly? Year 2: Have you spelt all of the tricky words on your tricky word mat correctly?
5. Have you included any adjectives to add detail and describe?
6. Year 2s: Have you used any coordinating conjunctions to extend your sentences (and, or, but)?
Use a green (or another colour) pen to make any corrections. Then you can continue writing for another 10 minutes. Please take a photo of your writing and email it to me. I am looking forward to finding out what all of your favourite traditional tales are!
Yesterday we compared groups of objects. Today we are comparing numbers and thinking about which is the greatest (the biggest) and which is the least (the smallest). For example 3 is less than 8. 10 is greater than 5. Or we might write these like this: 3 < 8. 10 > 5.
Watch the below video.
Yesterday we were comparing groups of objects. Today we are comparing numbers and thinking about which is the greatest (the biggest) and which is the least (the smallest). For example 23 is less than 33. 30 is greater than 25. Or we might write these like this: 23 < 33. 30 > 25.
Watch the video below.
Click on the Power Point below and practice reading the tricky words:
Today we are learning about the grapheme ‘ch’. We know how to read the grapheme ‘ch’ in words such as chin, chair, chop. The grapheme ‘ch’ can also make a different sound in some words such as school and Christmas. Click on the link below for your phonics lesson:
Yesterday you learnt the sound 'dge'. Ask someone to read the following words while you try and write them accurately on a piece of paper: bridge, fridge, badge.
Today we are going to revise how to use coordinating conjunctions. Click on the link below to a BBC online lesson. Today I would like you to watch the first video and complete Activity 1 and 2. I have attached a Word copy of Activity 1 for you to print. Stop after Activity 2 as we will be carrying on with the rest tomorrow.
As we are in the season of winter, and the weather has been so very cold recently, I thought that you might like to hear a story about a snowy night. Snuggle up with a blanket, get comfortable and click on the link below to hear my story.
Click on the link below
If you enjoyed my story, then you might also like to have a go at completing my wintery art lesson. I put this on the website for Class 1 but I know that some of you might also like to have a go. If you watch my YouTube clip it will show you exactly how to make a wintery piece of art! I would love to see any picture that you make Have fun.
If you would like an extra challenge, maybe you could write some winter adjectives in sparkly winter colours around the outside of your artwork!
Click on the link below
Find somewhere comfortable and curl up with a book of your choice. You could also log onto Bug Club and read a book on there. Read for at least 15 minutes.