Start each day by speed reading words in one of the Reading Challenges. It is really important that we read many words instantly to build up fluency and speed. Go and choose your challenge now by clicking the man below!
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 Hit the Button icon opposite and choose what you would like to do!
Alternatively have a go at playing one of the maths games on the ICT Games website.
Y1: Today, I want you to practise counting in 2,5 and 10.
Think about what you have learned this week and complete the worksheet on Teams.
Play Duck Shootout to practise counting in 2,5 and 10. There is an extra challenge to count in 3s!
Y2: Block Diagrams
Phoneme Spotter Alternative 'ai' spellings
Complete the Phoneme Spotter 'ai' activity in Teams. Underline the different spellings of the 'ai' sound. Read as much of the text as you can to practise your amazing reading skills! If you are struggling to read it all, take it in turns to read a line with an adult or maybe take it in turns to read a few lines at a time.
Y2 Babcock Spelling
Spot the spelling mistakes!
Today, I want you complete the worksheet on teams to apply what you have learned about adding -le, -el and -al. Can you spot the spelling mistakes?
Past tense verbs
Task 1: Watch the short video below to recap verbs (action/doing/feeling words) and find out how to easily create past tense verbs by adding -ed.
Present tense (now) :I walk to the park on my own.
Past tense (anytime before now): Yesterday I walked to the park on my own.
Task 2: Watch the story Caterpillar Shoes in the video below.
Draw your favourite minibeast from the story and write 1-2 sentences to tell me what they did in the story. Remember to ad -ed to verbs to turn them into the past tense. Do this in your Home Learning book. I have included a verbs word bank on Teams for you to use.
Challenge: Add some adjectives to describe the nouns.
E.g. The caterpillar munched on the juicy, green leaf.
We hope you like Caterpillar Shoes, a sweet, rhyming bedtime story about a kindly caterpillar who decides to give his beloved shoes away to his woodland frie...
Science: Food Chains
Watch the video presentation below to find out about food chains. Pause the video at the end to draw your own food chain in your Home Learning book.
What is a food Chain?
You must read your reading book every day, just as we do in school. We do this after lunch but you can do it whenever you like! An adult must sign your diary to show this has taken place. You can of course read some of your own books at home to supplement reading. It would be great if this could be recorded in your diary too.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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