Complete Day 1 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
In today's maths lesson you'll be refreshing your memories of how we can use our knowledge of repeated addition to help with times table sentences. If you're finding it a bit tricky, here's a video that will help https://vimeo.com/418150502
For English, open the PDF below. Imagine that a bird has entered your garden. Draw a picture of it. Can you describe the bird?
We are carrying on with our 30 days wild challenge. Today we are going to be thinking about ladybirds. Go out into your garden and see if you can find any ladybirds! did you know ladybirds can have up to 20 spots! Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nl7KqpqoN9o to find out more about ladybirds. If you have any potatoes why not have a go a printing some ladybirds? Cut a potato in half and dip it in some red paint. Print onto some paper. Once it's dry paint on some black spots.
Complete Day 2 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
In today's maths lesson we'll be using arrays to help us with our times tables. Click on the activity resource above and either print the sheet out to complete it or write the answers in your exercise book. If you're a bit unsure watch this video, it should help to remind you ... https://vimeo.com/417922235
For English, open the PDF. Complete the worksheets where you think about how the web changed throughout the story.
Today's wildlife challenge is all about spiders! Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ2RzDl0vvM to find out about spiders with Auntie Mabel and Pippin. If you have some plain biscuits, why not have a go at decorating them like a spider web? Use icing sugar to paint lines on your biscuit like a spider web!
Why not also find out about the birds in your garden? Open the PDF below and tick the birds that you see in your garden.
Complete Day 3 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
In today's maths lesson we will be using our knowledge of the 2 times table to help us solve number problems. If you're not sure what to do, take a look at this video, it should help https://vimeo.com/417922431
It's Wellbeing Wednesday! Open the PDF below. Being proud of yourself and who you are will make you feel better inside and out. everybody is unique and we should celebrate our differences! There's also a wellbeing colouring sheet.
For reading, open the PDF 'Garden Visitors'. Read the story and answer the questions. The answers are on a separate PDF.
Complete Day 4 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
In today's maths lesson we will be using our knowledge of the 5 times tables to help us solve number problems. If you're a bit uncertain take a look at this video, it should help https://vimeo.com/417922557
For English, open the PDF below. Think about how active you are during the day. Draw pictures on the sheet to show what activities you have done today. Add labels to your drawings.
Have you ever seen a fox? Foxes can be seen just as much in towns and cities as they can be seen in the countryside. Why not watch this video to learn more about these handsome animals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4ToHu1MM9E
Then have a go at making one of these cute foxes with your hand print, below...
Complete the four calculations test. Let me know your results via Twitter!
For reading, open the PDF. Can you have a go at reading the tongue twisters? See if someone in your family can read them without getting their tongue in a twist!
For English, open the PDF (keeping healthy worksheet). Circle the things we need to do to keep healthy. Then design a poster informing people on how to be healthy.
Today we're going to be learning about owls. I often hear owls when I'm in bed at night but I never knew what owls they were. Listen to this video; do you ever hear owls at bedtime? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbf5l8zf-UM
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