From all the photographs, it looks like you all had a lovely day yesterday doing the activities and taking time to focus on the things you enjoy.

Today’s Tasks

  • Phonics
  • English
  • Maths
  • P.E
  • Computing
  • End of day story

Phonics

Watch this video, try and watch it with the sound off and read along to practice your ie, i-e, gin and y words!

Now to practice both your phonics and handwriting, spin this word wheel. Write a sentence in your neatest handwriting that includes that word.

If you want to really challenge yourself, spin the wheel twice and see if you can include more than one ie word in each sentence?


English

You have now been on your Space mission for a week!

How is your space mission going?

What has each member of your team done?

Is everyone doing what they should be and working together?

Have you had any problems?

I need you to complete a sheet in our log book to record what you have seen and what you have done on one of your days on the mission.

Follow this link if you want to have a read of some real astronauts logs and journal.

https://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/astronauts/journals_astronauts.html

Get someone to read a bit of it to you to help you understand what it is really like to be on a real space mission!

Maths

Today we are going to be subtracting by counting back to 10 first on our number line. Before watching the video I would like you to have a go practically to support your understanding.

Watch the video then complete the worksheet below.

P.E.

Last week in school we really enjoyed the flamingo balancing challenge set by the School Sports Partnership. To carry on from this I would like you to continue with the theme of balancing by playing ‘The floor is lava’ balancing challenge.

Imagine you need to get across a floor of lava. Put cushions/tea towels on the floor to use as rocks to keep you safe. As you go from one side of the room to the other (across the lava) perform a different balance on each stone. Try and hold each balance for 3 seconds. As you move across the lava you will be creating your own balancing sequence.

If you would like a similar game you can watch the video below to play Lava Zone. You create areas of safety across the room and then find your way to them using jumps, hops and skips. To remain in the safety zone you will need to hold a balance.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/physical-education-ks1-ks2-lets-get-active-lava-zone-balance-agility-coordination-skills/zdgqvk7

Computing

If you have not had chance yet, please have a go at the space tasks added to Purple Mash at the beginning of the week.

We have also added another coding activity for you to try.


End of the day Story

Thursday 4th February

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