Yesterday’s wonderful work!

Today’s tasks:

  • Phonics
  • English
  • Maths
  • Science
  • End of the day story

Phonics

u-e sounds

Like you did yesterday, have a go at writing a sentence with some of the u-e words from the video then pick 3 words and practice writing them in your neatest handwriting 3 times each. Check you have formed each letter correctly!

English

Today’s task is to think about what Tony, grandpa and the alien might say to each other.
Will the alien be friendly or not?
What might Tony want to ask the alien?
I want you to write a conversation between Tony, grandpa and the alien.

You could record the conversation in one of the ways shown below or you might think of your own way too present it!

Challenge!

Have a go at acting out your conversation with some of your family!

Record it and send me the video!


Maths

Well this has taken me a while to get my head around, so fingers crossed it works Class 1.

Have your Maths resources ready before we begin. The worksheet you need to complete after the video is below.

Did you spot when I said the wrong number?

Science

Last week you found lots of objects around your house made from different materials. To investigate further different objects and identify what materials are used to make them, watch the lesson below from Oak Academy.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-are-objects-made-from-61gp8d

You may be confident that your child knows the difference between an object and the material it is made from, so here are some additional activities you may wish to have a go at.

Feely Bag – Get a bag/pillow case and secretly put in an object.

Can you describe how it feels? (hard, soft, cold, squashy, smooth, bumpy ….)

What object do you think it is?

Can you tell what material it is made from?

Find out more – We are going to take a material each week to find out a little bit more about. This week I would like you to find out about wood.

Where does it come from?

How does it feel?

What can it be used for?

Experiment – In the story ‘The Three Little Pigs’ the wolf was able to blow the house made from sticks down.

Can you make a stick house that will not be blown down?

Why not try different ways to blow it down – you could blow on it, use a hairdryer or put it outside in the wind.

This activity may take you several days so just post your responses when you are ready.

Remember you don’t have to do all the activities, choose the one/s which you think are best for your family.

End of the day story.

Mr Pattacake and the Space Mission Part 2

Tuesday 19th January

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