Today we are asking you to submit the Maths task.
Here is today’s learning:
| Reading: |
Watch: https://youtu.be/1pxsGVouG3s Watch: https://youtu.be/OS6_NjMTLGw
Activity: (See Attachment 1)
See Attachment 2 Sustained Reading: Read a text of your choice from home, on Reading Eggs or Epic! Phonics: Learning Intention:
We are learning when to double the letters f, l, s and z. at the end of a word by using the ‘Floss’ spelling rule. We are learning how to recognise words that follow the ‘Floss’ spelling rule.
I will be able to understand the ‘Floss’ spelling rule correctly, and be able to work out words that follow the ‘Floss’ spell rule and those that don’t.
Sound- Pack revision:
Join with Mrs. Tai to do the soundpack:
Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWt0Gr9u-a4&feature=youtu.be Activity:
Rule up your book. Put the heading Floss Rule and today’s date in red pencil. BEFORE you rule up your table write the letters Aa to Mm on the first line and on the next line Nn to Zz just like we do at school.
After that, rule up your table into 5 columns. At the top of each column write ff, ll, ss, zz, and NOT. Work out if these words follow the floss rule and put them in the correct column. Explain to your family why you have put the words in the columns. You be the teacher and teach them the Floss Rule.
The Floss Rule
ff ll ss zz
NOT dress, sniff, spell, jazz, meal, fluff, goal, buzz, moss, shift, lift, kiss, press, fizz, stress, frizz, skill, tell, shell, was, spelt, has
Once you have written them all check the next slide The Floss Rule ff ll ss zz NOT sniff spell dress jazz meal fluff skill moss buzz shift tell kiss fizz lift shell press frizz spelt stress was has Writing: Punctuation Tuning In – Full stops and question marks Watch the clip: https://youtu.be/omwIWwa-_Ac Log on to Literacy Planet using your username and password. Complete the activity “Basic Punctuation” assigned to you. Writing – Publishing Watch the clip: https://youtu.be/df2TILPKE7s Publish the recipe you have planned, drafted, revised and edited this week from the stop motion clip.
| Maths:(To be submitted) Learning Intention: We are learning to interpret simple maps of familiar locations and identify the relative positions of key features. Success Criteria: I can describe the relative positions of objects in place. Introduction:|
We need to be able to describe position to allow us to receive and give directions. Watch:
Watch the clip and notice the language used to describe the various positions. Left and right are every day terms that we use often to describe position and learning these will be our main focus for today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDrHj44ue5U Activity: In your scrap book, under the heading Left and Right and date 7.5.2020, using a double spread, trace around the outline of your left hand on the left hand side page. Then trace around the outline of your right hand on the right hand side page. If you are unsure which is which, remember that when you hold your left hand out in front of you, the lines and angle between your pointer and thumb make an L. Label your drawn hands ‘left’ and ‘right’. This will be a guide to help you with your task. Pop your book down on the floor and under your book put 9 small toys or other objects in 3 rows and 3 columns, like you saw with the grid of letters in the video clip. So it should look like this (each x represents one toy or object): x x x x x x x x x Then in your lined book, under the heading Position and date 7.5.2020, write five or more statements that match your toy grid. Try and include the words left, right, above, below and in between. Worked Example:
See Attachment 3
1. The dinosaur is to the right of the play dough. 2. The blocks are above the dinosaur. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Make sure that you pack up your toys and objects when you are finished.
|Visual Arts: Please see this week’s Visual Arts Learning Task.|