Good Evening Class 1,
I hope I find you well, I am writing this blog prior to our visit to Howsham Mill and I am very much looking forward to our trip on Friday and I will provide an updated blog/images our trip hopefully on Friday.
It has been wonderful spending a full week with the children this week, despite my amazing course at the STEM centre last week, I did miss the children and it has been great this week support their learning for the entire week.
In maths this week the children have continued their work on Measurement; this week learning all about Mass. Using both non-conventional methods and conventional methods. The children have enjoyed learning about terminology associated with Mass in addition to experimenting with weighing items using scales as well as solving problems associated with Mass.
In English the children have continued with their unit on Acrostic poems. We have struggled recently with using capital letters and suitable punctuation to close sentences, therefore we have practiced this skill this week in addition to using conjunctions to join sentences, related clauses and related information.
RWI Home learning:
Practice your story green words and red words from your home reading book on a piece of paper at home. These can be found on the How to help your child read this book page.
Challenge: Can you use the words in sentences?
Once again the maths homework for this week can be found on Seesaw. You do not need to complete each page. Please see details below as to which task you should complete:
Big Red Table: Page 4.
Yellow and Blue Table: Page 3.
Mrs Campey’s Red Table: Page 2.
The answer sheet can be found of Page 5, but this is for the adults at home to use if needed.
You do not need to print off the sheet, simple write over the top of the sheet using the pen function. If you have any problems with Seesaw, please do come and see me and I will be happy to help.
I have set a task on Seesaw linked to capital letters, please ensure that you double check which activity to complete as it is slightly different to the maths groups, all is explained on Seesaw.
Have a great weekend!