May the 4th be with you!
I hope you are all well and staying safe inside. I have decided to use the same format for lessons from last week, after some feedback it appeared as though a lot of you enjoyed the lessons. Please let me know if you have any issues with the lessons as I can then put this into consideration for the following week.
Here is your work for the week:
Parents – both Maths and English are shown using the links below. There may be times when videos need pausing so you may need to help children with this.
Remember to have breaks in between lessons so that you are not staring at the computer screen for too long.
If there is anything that your child struggles with, please let me know so that I can help.
I have also attached an instruction sheet so that you can make sure you are completing the lesson. The last page should say ‘Lesson Complete’.
Maths – (please follow the link for your year group) You might find we have done some of the work before, but that is ok, it will help us revise.
Keep practising your times tables!
Start from lesson 6 please.
Year 1 - https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-1/maths#subjects
Day 1 – To compare the mass of two objects
Day 2 – To compare the mass of more than two objects
Day 3 – To find the mass of objects using non-standard units
Day 4 – To find the mass of objects in units
Day 5 – To experience standard units of mass (optional due to being bank holiday)
Year 2 - https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-2/maths#subjects
Day 1 – To describe and create shape patterns
Day 2 – To compare and sort 2-D and 3-D shapes
Day 3 – To describe the position of an object
Day 4 – To be able to give directions
Day 5 – To use the language of rotation (optional due to being bank holiday)
Literacy – (please follow the link for your year group)
All work to be completed in your books, don’t forget capital letters, full stops and finger spaces!
Year 1 – Structure of lesson, phonics, spellings, book reading, questions
Day 1 – Saint George and the Dragon
Day 2 – To commit a story to memory
Day 3 – To describe a character’s appearance
Day 4 – To describe a character personality
Day 5 – To write a character description (optional due to being bank holiday)
Year 2 – structure of lesson, spellings, reading skill of the day, read text, answer questions.
Day 1 – The Firework Maker’s Daughter: To make inferences
Day 2 – The Firework Maker’s Daughter: To make inferences
Day 3 – To identify the key features of a character description
Day 4 – to identify and use expanded noun phrases
Day 5 – to write a character description about the White Elephant (optional due to being bank holiday)
Topic/RE – Carrying on with our Christian Value ‘Perseverance’.
ARE YOU UP FOR A CHALLENGE!
Please watch the video clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOaFwwLyTRo
I would like you to write about something you want to try or do better when you come back to school, why you want to do it and how you plan to achieve it?
Yr1 could you please draw a picture and discuss, yr2 you can draw and write about it.
Geography lesson 1– What a wonderful world
Go through the powerpoint and learn the different continents and oceans. Discuss with your parents what you have learnt and practise. There is a work sheet for you to complete at the end, but for those of you who don’t have a printer you could just write the information in your literacy books. (I have attached the outcomes so that parents can see what the aim of the lesson is)
If you get bored, as an extra you could colour the map of the world in.
ICT – Study ladder activities
French – Super effort with French everyone!
This time see if you can name 3 different animals of your choice from the sheet attached.