This week, I would like you to 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 the link below to go on the Mental Maths Train
Y1- Choose: Subtraction - Up to 20 - 1 less
Y2- Choose: Subtraction -Two-digits with decomposition (Use a paper and pencil as you will need to exchange tens) See here for a quick reminder! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxZQTXV_agA&ab_channel=sashkatia
Y1: Place Value (to 50) Tens and Ones
Y2: Odd and even numbers
Click on the image opposite to practise the sounds you know. Remember to say any alternative pronunciations of the sounds too.
Alternative Spelling of the air sound: ear as in 'bear'
Alternative spelling of the 'ch' sound 'ture' as in picture, adventure, creature...
You have already touched on this alternative spelling in phonics. Watch the video to recap and practise spelling words with the 'ture' spelling pattern.
Discussion: Should animals be kept in zoos?
Lesson 3: To give reasons for and against
In this lesson we will explore how to give reasons for and against an argument and then roleplay these opinions in a discussion.
Science: How are different animals best suited to their habitat and what do they need to survive?
Watch the video presentation to find out. In your Home Learning book draw a picture of an animal from the video. Write down the name of the animal, its habitat and three things it needs to survive. Finally say why its habitat is a good home. Like this:
Three things it needs to survive are: water, prey, den
A Den is a good habitat for a fox because it provides safety, shelter and is close to its hunting ground.
You must read your reading book every day, just as we do in school. These are assigned on the Rising Stars website now and you will get a new book every week! We do treading 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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