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
Click on the link below to go on the Mental Maths Train
Y1- Choose Addition Bonds to make 10 or 20
Y2- Choose Addition, Two-digit numbers. Try to add mentally or use a written method if needed.
Y1: Add ones using number bonds (second part questions 5-6)
Complete questions 5 and 6 on the worksheet.
Y2: Add equal groups
Y1: Alternative 'ie' field
Y2: 's' alternatives
Practise reading and writing words containing the 's' alternatives you have been taught. Find the worksheet on Teams.
Awongalema Lesson 3: Describe using the senses
Draw a sensory picture of the scene in the story. Do this on a piece of paper.
Watch the Florence Nightingale video again from 9 minutes 20 seconds to find out why she was called The Lady with the Lamp.
Art: Sketch a picture of Florence Nightingale using the step-by-step tutorial link below. Have a go. It doesn't matter if it doesn't look the same! You can do it in your own way if you like. Remember to sketch lightly so you can rub out mistakes and start again. If you have any pencils of different grades, you could use them to create darker shades. Colour in your picture matching those in the videos and save them for when we return to school. If you like you can email me a photo!
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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