Good morning Class 1. We hope you have all had a lovely weekend and are ready for the new week of learning ahead.
This week is Children’s Mental Health week and Key Stage One will be celebrating this with a whole day of well-being activities on Wednesday.
- Extra Challenges of the week
- End of the day Story
igh, ie, y and i-e words.
You could have a go at playing this game again…
Here is this weeks spellings list.
They are all compound words which means they are 2 separate words that are put together to make a new word!
Have a go at the quiz set on purple mash later in the week to test yourself!
Can you imagine what it would be like to be an astronaut? What things would you do? What skills would you need?
Today you are going to write a job application to become an astronaut! Have a really good think about the skills you will need and why you would be so good at the job!
Now have a go at writing your application to be an astronaut. You can write this as a letter and explain why you want to be an astronaut and what would make you a good astronaut.
Remember to think about what skills you have that would be good and give some examples too!
You can use this template as a guide on how to set your application letter out.
We hope you are successful!
This week we are going to be looking at subtraction so I would like you to practise counting backwards. Imagine you are an astronaut counting down to blast off.
Can you count down from 10? 15? 20? or even from 50?
You may need your 100 square to help you.
Watch the video and have a go at the worksheet underneath.
Show your calculations in a practical way to help with understanding.
Today I would like you to find out about ‘The Wright Brothers’. They were famous for inventing something. I wonder if you can guess what it might be?
Using the document below or your own research try and answer the following questions.
What were the brothers called?
What did they invent?
What made them want to fly?
What helped the brothers understand how to make wings?
How long was the first flight?
How do you think they felt when their invention was successful?
Can you make a paper plane using ideas from the shape of birds wings?
Here are a few ideas to get you started.
How far will your plane travel? How long will it stay up in the air? Let us know how you get along.
Extra challenges for the week!
I have set you some fun, extra challenges on Purple Mash this week, do them as and when you feel like it!