Good morning Ash Class. It is important that you fit your learning into a time table which works best for you, but below is our suggested format for you. Please remember if you have any problems with today's work to send Miss Bridges an email at email@example.com. We would also love to see photographs of your work today. Good luck with your challenges.
Watch the video below of the story 'Robert The Bruce and the spider'. Consider- What is the moral of this story? Why was it important for both the spider and Robert the Bruce to persevere? What would have happened if they didn't persevere?
You can also read this story here: https://storiestogrowby.org/story/spider-robert-the-bruce/
LO: To estimate answers to addition and subtraction problems
Starter: To find the perimeter of a rectangle.
Main: Estimate answers to addition and subtraction problems
LO: To explore simple and compound sentences.
Warm-up. We have been looking at using apostrophes to show plural possession. Now apply what you have learnt when writing sentences about the following pictures:
Write your own compound sentences for an explanation text- using the following picture as inspiration. Can you explain how an aeroplane works? (Perhaps it's engine is full of bumblebees?)
Class story: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
With permission of Harper Collins
LO: To make inferences about how a character is feeling.
Today we are going to continue working on inference. Read the texts below and look for clues about how the characters are feeling. Don't forget to use the evidence from the text in your answers.
LO: To revisit previously learnt words
LO: Recognise why animals become endangered or extinct.
Starter: Have a look at the animals below. Which one is the odd one out? Remember there isn't necessarily a right or wrong option, as long as you can explain your ideas.
Main: Can you remember the reasons why habitats may change? What effect does that have on different animals? Explore the slides below to recognise endagered animals. Then research one and create a presentation explaining everything that you have found out.
Our food is produced in many different ways. We can put most foods into the following categories.
Caught Processed Grown Reared
Visit the 'From Farm to Fork' Play list on on youtube by clicking HERE
Your task for today is to create a poster for a child in Year 2. Can you tell them about the four different types of ways that our food is produced? Use the videos on the playlist and the pictures below to help.