Hopefully you have all been able to log onto the Rising Stars Online Books and have started to read the book I assigned to you. If not, simply click on the following link below and log in using the details I sent you in Teams, in the feedback section of Wednesday's work (13.01.21).
All worksheets to accompany the following activities can be found on Teams. Please complete all tasks before handing in your work. Don't forget to use the 'turn in' function when you have finished your work. Also look out for feedback when I return your work.
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10 in 10
10 in 10 (10 minutes of mental maths)
Click on the link below to go on the Mental Maths Train
Y1- Choose Subtraction up to 20 minus single digits
Y2- Choose Multiplication, Mixed tables x2,5,10 or whatever tables you want to practise!
Y1: Subtraction - crossing 10 (counting back)
Y2: 2 Times Tables
Y1: Alternative Pronunciation 'ch' chef
Complete the worksheet on Teams. Don't forget to write your own sentence at the end.
Y2: Drop the 'e' add -ing or -ed
Complete the worksheet on Teams. Don't forget to write the sentence at the end.
Handwriting: Watch the video presentation below and practise forming 'd and e' in your Home Learning Book. Do a row of each letter. Don't forget to start and finish on the line.
Awongalema Lesson 8: In this lesson, we will use all of our senses as we describe the first scene in the story of Awongalema. Write your descriptions in your Home Learning Book.
Art: Can you use your amazing sketching skills to draw a beautiful eye? Watch the step-by-step guide below to find out how to do it. Use lines of different shapes and thickness to create your picture. If you have any graded pencils you could experiment with those too to create different effects. Why not send me a picture of your completed work. Keep your drawings safe in your green folder.
Let's finish this busy week with a story from one of our favourite authors!
Tiddler the story telling fishBy Julia DonaldsonIllustrated by Axel SchefflerThe smallest fish can tell the tallest tales. 'Sorry I'm late, Miss. I set off r...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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