What a super week you have all had! Well done for keeping up all the hard work and such a great effort by you all. 👏🏻

Today’s Tasks

  • Reading
  • Story Challenge
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • RE
  • End of the day Story

Reading

Practice your u words by reading this book on epic!

Story Challenge

I have some new story cubes.

I am going to roll each one and you are going to write me a short story that includes all the different things the dice say!

Mathematics

Here is an amazing body fact for you to do with measuring. Did you know ..?

The length from your wrist to your elbow is the same as the length of your foot.

See the source image

Today we would like you to use all your measuring skills to investigate if any other body parts are the same length. Below are a couple of ideas to get you started.

Are your middle fingers the same length?

Are your ears the same size as any of your fingers?

You could even compare the length of body parts of your whole family.

Who has the largest hands?

Who has the smallest ears?

Have fun and as always on a Friday, if you would prefer to play a board game to practise your Maths skills, that is fine by us too.

Music

The children in school really enjoyed our lessons based around ‘Tiddalik the Frog’, so for our final 2 music lessons of remote learning we thought we would look at learning another song based on the story ‘Anansi and the moss-covered rock’.

If you would like to read part 1 of the story before we begin please click on the link below and scroll down to the image.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/music-ks1-anansi-and-the-moss-covered-rock-1/zmn2qp3

Today’s song is all about Anansi’s jokey character. The music activity focuses on identifying ascending and descending (low to high/high to low) notes within the song. Click on the image to join Andi and Rebecca to learn the song.

Image result for Anansi the spider bbc

RE

Lent. Watch this to help learn about Lent.

Now have a think about what you might give up if you wanted to. You could pick one of these activities below to complete.

End of the day Story

Friday 26th February

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