Don't forget to complete four hours of learning every day. Here is a suggested timetable for you. Don't forget to also look at the well-being page for activities to help you prepare for your return to school.
Let's start by revisiting our ure words again. How quickly can you read them today?
Now, I would like you to pick out one of your ure words, and write it in a sentence. Choose at least three different words.
Starter LO: To recognise one more and one less
Have a go at completing the activities on the slides below.
Main LO: To solve subtraction word problems
This week, we have been thinking about subtraction. Now I would like you to apply what you have learnt in order to solve these subtraction word problems. I recommend that you solve them by counting backwards- you can use a hundred square or number line to help you.
You don't need to complete every question,aim for about 5-6.
Starter LO: To form a sentence
Can you unjumble these words to form a sentence?
Main LO: To use prepositions.
A preposition is a word that tells you where or when something is in relation to something else.
Examples of prepositions include words like after, before, on, under, inside and outside.
In this sentence 'on' and 'beside' are prepositions which show you exactly where the house was.
Here are some more examples:
Task: Imagine you are in the office, from the SpiderWick Chronicles, looking around. Explain what you can see, using prepositional phrases.
Starter: Discuss with an adult, why is it important that we don't tell fibs?
Main: Today, I would like you to read the rest of the text 'Stop telling fibs'. We have already looked at the first two paragraphs.