Good morning Class 1. I don’t know about you, but we are hoping for a bit of snow this week. We will add a snow activity each day in the hope that we get lucky.
We have also added some snow related tasks to Purple Mash for you to complete over the week.
- Snow Writing
- End of the day Story
This week we will be looking at the different ways of spelling the long o sound.
oa, ow, oe, o-e
Just like we have done the last 2 weeks we are going to put the different o words into a table!
Remember you can make lots of games to help you learn these too. You can play the one we have been doing with bits of paper oon the floor and going to the correct one when someone gives you a word or have a go at making a new one!
Alfie and I played this one last week for the igh words but can you do one for the o words?
This weeks spellings!
Keep practising them and when you ae ready try the Quiz on Purple mash.
This week we are going to look at the book The Smeds and The Smoos by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
The book is a rhyming book.
Click on the picture below to listen to an online version. Or you can listen to me reading it.
As you listen see if you can jot down any rhyming words as you go along.
I wonder how many rhyming words you spotted.
Your task is to write as many words as you can think of to rhyme with the words below.
Bill, hill, …
Red, head, …
Behind, mind, …
Night, bright, …
When you have found some see if you can put them into sentences. Here is an example. Can you spot all the rhyming words?
A blue Smoo sat in glue, but his crew came to the rescue.
Linked to our Connect 4 game last week, we would like you to start with a quick addition game.
Next we are going to be looking at Fact Families. Watch the video below then have a go at the worksheet and the online game or if you prefer make your own fact family rockets.
Today I would like you to look at putting different types of air travel in chronological order starting with the one you think flew first. Discuss your choices with a family member.
Have you travelled in any of these types of transport already?
Which ones would you like to travel in? Why?
Air travel has changed a lot over the years, but I wonder how we will be travelling in the future. If you want an extra challenge, why don’t you design an aircraft of the future. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
I bet you all love to write your name in the snow, but how do you do it?
Do you use your finger? Your feet? A stick?
Why not have a go at writing a message for others to read?
End of the day Story
Spectacular Space by Tom Fletcher Part 1